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A letter from Lax Kw'alaams on how technology has changed to how we connect with family and friends
Our weekly collection of compliments and complaints sent in by readers
B.C. Premier John Horgan was publicly unfriended by Alberta Premier Rachel Notley this week as the pipeline spat/dispute/disagreement/brouhaha continues.
Lawyer Paul Hergott writes about a recent small claims decision and the misunderstanding about our rights
This may be the new spring weather
The equipment needed for farming can be specialized and expensive.
By Jim Cooperman, Observer contributor
It's hard to believe almost seven months has passed since I declared Penticton would enter the Smart Cities Challenge and almost a month since our entry was submitted.
The recent RCB Cup will leave Chilliwack cheering for a while
Sometimes, you need to stop and think
Organizers, parents, volunteers ensure Semiahmoo Peninsula youth can play
Oak Bay recognizes its Young Exceptional Stars each year with awards and accolades. It was in part a response to negative press about youth, says Hazel Braithwaite, who created the awards.
Her suggestion is that maybe the government can allocate more funding to B.C. Ferries
This traffic nonsense created by accidents on the Malahat is totally avoidable!
Reporter Kate Saylors reflects on the moments of kindness we've seen from complete strangers.
Prince Rupert Special Events Society is making a donation to the community music studio
Gasoline is destined to become a lot more than $2 per litre.
Editor: Re: PAN poll, April 26 to May 3; Evolving education, May 11 letters.
Sick of getting stuck in the seemingly never-ending construction on Surrey roads? So are we.
Presently there are three sins that we are taxed heavily on