Letters

LETTER: Proportional representation makes votes count

Fair Vote Canada representative responds to Tom Fletcher column

  • Dec 12th, 2017

LETTER: I’m voting ‘yes’ to electoral reform

Tom Fletcher defends corporate-backed B.C. Liberals

  • Dec 7th, 2017

LETTER: Jumbo Valley is part of Ktunaxa territorial claim

Ktunaxa Nation Council responds to Tom Fletcher column

  • Nov 21st, 2017

LETTER: First Nations defending their waters

Response to Tom Fletcher from salmon farm occupiers

  • Nov 6th, 2017

Liabilities of a rapacious industry

Although climate change is a reality, our reliance on it to shrug off certain environmental changes is often overdone.

  • Oct 19th, 2017
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      LETTER: Scientific consensus favours human-caused warming

      Sierra Club B.C. campaigner responds to Tom Fletcher column

      • Oct 5th, 2017

      Former faller says wildfire response mismanaged

      The initial firefighters should be loggers and first responders living in the same area as the fire

      • Sep 2nd, 2017

      Speed and weed aren’t helping ICBC

      Readers call for electronic enforcement, car insurance competition

      • Aug 31st, 2017

      Killing bears, one way or another

      B.C. hunters speak out about grizzly hunt, wildlife management

      • Aug 23rd, 2017

      LETTERS: On oil tankers, fuel barges and cruise ships

      Readers from Bella Bella to Victoria respond to Tom Fletcher's column on reaction to the sinking of a tugboat on B.C.'s Central Coast

      • Oct 25th, 2016

      LETTER: U.S. foundations protecting salmon

      Representative of Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation says it doesn't support efforts to stop oil and gas development

      • Jul 28th, 2016

      Letter: Firefighters are highly trained

      It was most disconcerting to see that this individual is unable to secure fire insurance for her home, writes Walt Osellame.

      • Jun 3rd, 2016

      LETTER: Where are jobs for apprentices?

      Pre-apprentice graduates are having trouble finding work after training in B.C. schools, grandparent says

      • May 30th, 2016

      Letter: Heritage Credit Union is a true heritage

      Our local branch is an essential part of our cultural experience here and need to be recognized for that, writes John Hibberson.

      LETTERS: Readers respond to climate change column

      Readers respond to Tom Fletcher, questioning effectiveness of carbon tax, rate of warming and promotion of oil sands

      • Dec 10th, 2015

      Letter: A lot of silliness at meeting

      What I do not understand is why the same people still represent the recreation commission, writes Byron Goch.

      Letter: Political hopeful uses scare tactic

      If the only message a political candidate has for us is one of fear, then it isn’t our vote he needs, writes Curtis Chamberlain.

      Letter: Information officer needed on fires

      There have been far too many rumours and lack of current, relevant information available, writes Fred Marshall.

      Letter: Mayor, council to be commended

      To our mayor and council—hold your heads high! writes Ann Mudrie.