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Our local branch is an essential part of our cultural experience here and need to be recognized for that, writes John Hibberson.
Readers respond to Tom Fletcher, questioning effectiveness of carbon tax, rate of warming and promotion of oil sands
What I do not understand is why the same people still represent the recreation commission, writes Byron Goch.
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.
There have been far too many rumours and lack of current, relevant information available, writes Fred Marshall.
To our mayor and council—hold your heads high! writes Ann Mudrie.
This is simply democracy at work. We as Canadians have to appreciate that we have this right.,w rites Alex Larson.
My concern... is the long-term effect—the consequences for our health and well-being, writes Rosemary Phillips.
Robin Dalziel was dismissed because he did not fit, somehow or some way, with the new council and mayor,w rites Byron Goch.
On May 13 at 1:50 p.m. my employment with the City of Greenwood was terminated without notice, writes Robin Dalziel.
Kitsilano base responded to many small spills, captain says; MP James Moore has his Coast Guard protection facts wrong, Unifor rep says
Nisga'a Lisims President Mitchell Stevens responds to criticism of benefits from self-government by treaty
Isitt fires back at last week's B.C. Views column; a Kelowna reader suggests he move to Venezuela if he likes it so much
Publisher Chuck Bennett shares a story that illustrates the importance of a positive outlook.
Westbridge woodlot owner George Delisle shares his concerns about the impact of the Species at Risk Act on private property rights.
BETHS provides emergency shelter to those in need. They are looking for volunteers two nights a month for the next five months.