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Looking for water among the stars
A response by the District of 100 Mile House Mayor and Council
By Margo Hearne
I have experienced better air quality in Bangkok, Manila and China
Jim Taylor never worked for the Victoria Times Colonist.
This year is shaping up to be a challenging one for B.C.'s residents.
'Skeptical that all will be completed in the next few months.'
The year 2019 started with a stellar accomplishment.
The carbon tax on natural gas is higher than the cost of gas
A local man says the head of the country has not been completely honest with Canadians.
Canadians must defend immigrants and refugees.
Canada has no single identity, we're a diverse bunch, but we believe we share basic values
'Military invasion' claims fly around the world in seconds
The district commissioned a traffic study, conducted by the Watt Consulting Group
The Christmas and New Year's holiday has passed quickly for us
Wow, where did 2018 go? It has been an eventful, interesting, and productive year for Columbia River-Revelstoke. My goal throughout has been to represent all of my constituents' interests and needs both here at home, and in the legislature in Victoria. Both of our offices and staff have been working hard at my side to accomplish some notable achievements. This has been possible because of the feedback and engagement from you, our constituents and neighbours. Our offices deal daily with health care issues, transportation issues, environmental issues, affordable housing issues and road issues to mention but a few. All are important and below are some examples of the work that is ongoing.