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We read the comments on our story about Seymour's appeal and were appalled
Thom Barker argues reaction to SNC-Lavalin affair is overblown
Mommy's Inside Voice is a bi-weekly column by Amie Jay, a local mother of three.
Writer on the need to put passionate discourse in perspective.
Hugs: To the employee at Pages Book Emporium who rushed to return my watch to me. She had heard it hit the floor when it pulled off with my gloves. My husband had just given it to me for Christmas, so I especially appreciated her honesty. Customer service above and beyond!
We finally know what happened to two Huskies that escaped around Christmas, says letter writer
The SCN-Lavalin scandal is still hogging the national news
Penticton Western News editorial cartoon by Ingrid Rice
Like it or not, all governments sometimes use power politics
This week, once again, the Agricultural Land Reserve is in the news. Obviously, agriculture is incredibly important, not only to the South Cariboo economy, but, in a larger sense, for sovereignty as well. In the Cariboo-Chilcotin / Lillooet region, there are more businesses in the agriculture, forest, fishing and hunting industry than any other industry, according to the 2019 State of the North Report (although that's not likely a surprise to anyone).
LETTER – A plastic bag ban could reduce plastic waste by more than 100 tonnes in the Comox Valley alone
Strategy details to be revealed soon based on affordability, opportunity, inclusion, reconciliation
Readers take exception to 'demeaning comments'
By Dr. Theresa Tam, Chief Public Health Officer of Canada
A reader says schools do not teach respect for the honest individual
As expected, our story about the city lowering the speed limit on the Old Island Highway (Highway 19A) from 60 km/h to 50 km/h generated significant comment.
The shocking lack of communication over transferring the dead in Prince Rupert
Re: Government's relationship with corporations like SNC-Lavalin
It is disappointing to learn that North Cowichan council seems to have drunk the Kool-Aid