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MP Mark Warawa has devoted several years to public service.
Re: Province eyes end to Malahat highway delays (News, Jan. 16)
You may see me reeling a bit or walking 'on the bias', but it's not from dope or drink! Olivia Newton John gives the explanatory song ('Let's Get Physical') with lyrics altered - leading to an important general topic:
In the last column I wrote I looked back on 2018. This time around I want to look forward.
The dream comes every six months or so, and has ever since I graduated university.
My story began when I was in high school. Now I will stop you before you think I grew up on skates. Far from it. The reason I say it began is that is generally the first I heard about it as far as I can remember. I know that may sound strange to you but just so you know I did not have my early years in Canada. I don't recall ever having even gone skating until I was a teenager. I have to admit I was lousy at it for sure the first time and petrified! I apparently do not have the natural balance it takes for that. If you ask who knew? I didn't until that moment but, I soon found that out.
Thank-you for all your efforts BC Corrections Service
Funding to get SkyTrain to Langley City could come from not undergrounding Vancouver's extension.
Let's not allow a troll to have the last word on Terrace's community spirit.
Law needs to protect our rights while removing drunk and stoned drivers from the road
Canada's government continues to see fossil fuel projects slip away
Some of these private schools are multi-million dollar enterprises
In 1988, when NASA scientist James Hansen reported to Congress that evidence for human-caused global warming was near undeniable, conservative politicians including the U.K.'s Margaret Thatcher, U.S. President George H.W. Bush and Canada's Brian Mulroney agreed that action was needed. In my home province of B.C., a right-leaning government, the B.C. Liberal Party, introduced a carbon tax in 2008.
As most people know, Justin Trudeau used to teach drama.
What is this relatively recent obsession we have with numbers and lists?
Tom Kertes on the boil water notice and clean water crisis in Prince Rupert
A large number of individuals attended the grizzly bear meeting in Jaffray on Tuesday, January 8, and for good reason. An increase of 37 bear calls in one year is cause for concern.
To the editor;