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Editor: Premier John Horgan and his comrade Andrew Weaver, through their delay tactics regarding the Trans Mountain Pipeline, have chosen a combative stance.
Editor: It is so good to live in a community which supports local causes.
Editor: I don't know where to begin with respect to the latest school shooting in the United States, that took place a few days ago down in Florida.
Editor: Some letter writers commented that small business owners should close their business operations if they cannot afford to pay a higher minimum wage.
Hopes Ministry of Transportation and City of Quesnel will not follow through
The drone I have has a little camera which allows me to take pictures during daylight hours
Bikes in Kalamalka Provincial Park are destroying this beautiful place
Kelowna letter-writer says politicians need to take notice
It is part of Barry Neufeld's job to share his concerns.
Editor: How would you feel about a country that punishes its citizens for thinking for themselves?
Editor: Re: Correlation is not cause , Feb. 16 letters.
Editor: Re: Application to remove tree falls short, Feb. 14.
Editor: Re: Don't repeat past mistakes, Feb. 9 letters.
Editor: How many were watching that morning and suddenly found themselves talking to local police?
We are well into the drama of the 2018 Winter Olympics and our feelings are mixed. Our country is winning medal after medal and staying up in the standings but we are struggling in curling and hockey.
I get a lot of questions as your MLA and some of the most challenging have been on the Agricultural Land Reserve (ALR). In recent weeks we have received a high volume of letters to our office about two ALR issues: the Creating Homefulness Society on Woodwynn Farm, and a proposed cannabis production facility at Stanhope Farm.
Canada is on pace to have one of its most successful Winter Olympics ever.
With every fiber of my being as his mother, I have stood resolutely, phone in hand, and said No, I cannot help you with that.
Our weekly collection of compliments and complaints sent in by readers
Only about 500 out of the 44,000 farmers in the province are First Nations