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Don't inflict yet another fee on already financially burdened ratepayers
Wherever you have an unregulated market, you'll get scammers.
Re: Ministry Statistics show a gap in SD5 teachers' wages on January 11, 2018
There's good news and bad news for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The bad news is that he's dipping in the polls. For the first time since he was elected in the fall of 2015, Trudeau's approval rating has dipped below 50 per cent.
By Janet Rigg
Sometime in 1890, Albert McCleary decided to sell out his Castlegar pre-emption
As long as man has been using fire, he has been chopping down trees. Even in our pre-forestry, pre-agriculture days. Back then, when we were foragers, we made use of everything possible in our environment. The chopped down tree was easy to make use of. But what possible use could there be for the stump left behind? A stump is possibly the most useless thing ever created by humanity. With the possibility of the 8-track tape.
Drive-by shootings have become a part of our social fabric here in the Lower Mainland
Kelowna letter-writer says some things never change
Cities across North America have embraced the idea of the rainbow crosswalk, and it's encouraging to see Salmon Arm joining the trend.
Victoria's Women's March happens this Saturday downtown
Reducing the number of homeless will be a long and uphill struggle, writes columnist Frank Bucholtz
For me, each day, parenting is a battle.
Editorial cartoon by Ingrid Rice
Hawaii's missile false alarm should give us all pause to reflect
Needle prick incidents may be a byproduct of permissive action aimed at saving lives
The signing is a government-to-government agreement to work collaboratively...