Opinion

Along the Fraser: B.C. Hydro’s ‘dirty little secret’

A fish ladder and sockeye hatchery could help build and sustain Alouette salmonids.

  • Mar 16, 2019

Column: Being open to changing your viewpoint

Kevin Styba-Nelson is a Grade 12 student at Princess Margaret Secondary School.

  • Mar 16, 2019

LETTER: Langley letter writer demands PM’s resignation

The RCMP must also investigate political interference in the SNC-Lavalin case, he says.

  • Mar 16, 2019

Column: Auntie says… compassion or vengeance?

What level of punishment satisfies?

  • Mar 16, 2019

Growls and hugs for March 13

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  • Mar 16, 2019

Letter: SNC-Lavalin affair needs full investigation

As many as 9,000 jobs could be affected if the company shuts down

  • Mar 16, 2019

EDITORIAL: We still need Women’s Day

International Women's Day has always been a good time to reflect on our rights as women: The right to vote, equal pay, ending domestic violence, reproductive rights, and more.

  • Mar 16, 2019

Political conversations behind closed doors

Editor, The Times:

  • Mar 16, 2019

Andrea Rondeau column: A little online etiquette

I don't want to have to ban you. So don't make me.

What was I doing in this room again?

So, the inspiration for this column, and possibly a book later on, came actually from a book I was reading the other day. It was called, Who Killed What's-Her-Name. In the story the main character is planning on writing a book about how to jog a faulty memory. It gives all kinds of tips that I am sure we could find useful in the event of a memory fail. Things included were; a pencil is a girl's best friend, make lists, a large calendar, and tips to rhyme or associate people's names in your mind. Just to name a few.

  • Mar 16, 2019

Letter: Mayor has no interest in growth scenario

"I can only assume council is mishandling this file...."

  • Mar 16, 2019

LETTERS: More reaction to Wait’s closing

From readers Jackie Nedelec and Marien Amaylia

  • Mar 16, 2019

Letter: SNC-Lavalin case raises concerns

Kelowna readers have more concerns with the events

  • Mar 16, 2019

Everything is inherently both good and bad

Writer puts it bluntly: everything is inherently both good and bad, and edible pot is no different.

  • Mar 15, 2019

Vancouver Island needs tourist attraction like Skywalk

The whole purpose is to bring in more dollars to the tourism industry and to keep people employed.

  • Mar 15, 2019

Billboards are an anachronism

Writer says there is a win-win solution to the desire for Hwy 16 advertising.

  • Mar 15, 2019

Odd Thoughts: Time saving silliness

Daylight Savings Time means nothing to pets.

  • Mar 15, 2019

This insanity will not disappear in the next political swing

Ain't that the post-truth!

  • Mar 15, 2019

Cougar stalks Girl Guide selling cookies in Okanagan neighbourhood

AT RANDOM: Mother issues safety concerns following cougar sighting