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The International Panel on Climate Change woke up the world last December
You think we're getting some bad weather?
The changes won't stop mega mansions but will hurt many landowners, a local man argues.
Editor, The Times:
Agassiz resident Harvey Andrews shares his thoughts on the latest shooting in Chilliwack
Chilliwack's Ashala Palaniuk shares her thoughts on Harrison's decision to say no to refill stations
A weekly street from the 100 Mile Free Press
From reader Tom Thurston
Farmers no longer 'persons' to the Agricultural Land Commission
When does home become home?
Canada's largest such conference.
Hope resident Art Green disagrees with Tom Fletcher about how tankers will affect killer whales
Not putting all your eggs in one basket has always been a good approach and the major Canadian forest companies have been following this advice for the past decade by making major investments outside of the country.
2 years after 1,800 Fenians stormed into unprotected Missisquoi County, Fenian eyes Vancouver Island
CBD oil may seem great for your pup, but science isn't there yet columnist Nicolette Joosting says
Special meeting at the Shatford Centre on March 21 at 6 p.m.
Thank you to the Vees fans from home crowd performer
We're a growing community with a vibrant wine industry and are an attractive tourist destination
The pitfalls of democracy seem to surround us at depth in every direction. Winston Churchill once (humorously?) claimed that, "Democracy is the worst form of government--except for all the others." It is sometimes easier to agree with the first half of his statement than the second, except when we observe the destructive mess that usually accompanies the operation of petty tyrants and dictators.
I made a terrible mistake last Friday. I sat down and read the comments people leave under the Citizen's Facebook posts. Technically it wasn't a mistake. It's sometimes part of my job to weed out inappropriate content. But also I was curious about what was on people's minds these days. I gotta tell ya, the exercise very nearly ruined my morning. People are mean. They're angry. They only see the bad in things. They think everybody has an ulterior motive. They sit safely behind their keyboards and judge. Not everybody, of course. But those are the ones that stood out that day.