Opinion

Predators, the Perennial Challenge to Livestock Owners: workshop coming up

This is a controversial topic. Predator/Prey relationships is the topic of an upcoming seminar.

  • Apr 27th, 2017

Skewered vegetable kabobs on the barbecue a springtime delight

Spring never seems to stick around long enough for me.

  • Apr 28th, 2017

Export of raw logs easy concept for average voter

Some of the discussions around the softwood lumber dispute can be challenging

  • Apr 27th, 2017

COLUMNS: Forestry questions for provincial election candidates

The following 10 points about ways to improve the forest economy in B.C. are taken from Ben Parfitt’s article.

LETTERS: Time for citizens to stand up for themselves on ties

With the May 9 provincial election fast approaching, political candidates of all stripes are eager for our support.

  • Apr 11th, 2017
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Horgan visits Williams Lake
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Cariboo-Chilcotin Liberal Party candidate Donna Barnett speaks at the Chamber luncheon during all candidates forum
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Cariboo-Chilcotin NDP candidate Sally Watson speaks during the Chamber's all candidates forum
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Cariboo-Chilcotin Green Party candidate Rita Giesbrecht speaks at the Chamber of Commerce All Candidates Forum
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BC Green Party policy still in daycare

Extending kindergarten to four- and three-year-olds, free child care, paying parents to stay home adds up to a fantasy

  • Apr 11th, 2017

LETTERS: Legal or not, pot will be bought and sold

Re: Do you think pot should be retailed at Mary Jane’s?

  • Apr 11th, 2017

LETTERS: Disappointed in raid of marijuana dispensary

It is with sadness that I read the news in regards to the raid by the RCMP of Mary Jane’s dispensary.

  • Apr 11th, 2017

EDITORIAL: Silly season upon us

B.C.’s 41st election has been called and there’s no shortage of issues for voters to think about.

Spring time brings out the barbecueing spirit in everyone

As I get older spring has become my favorite time of the year.

COLUMNS: Down to Earth: new viewpoint joins Trib columnists

Welcome to the Cariboo Chilcotin Conservation Society’s new column, “Down to Earth.”

  • Apr 6th, 2017

COLUMNS: This isn’t a dead horse I am flogging; at least not yet

What I am writing about this week is the same subject as last week.

BC VIEWS: Forest policies need to add up

Log exports to China have surged along with lumber sales, which are far more valuable and keep sawmills going

  • Apr 4th, 2017

LETTERS: Justice delayed is justice denied on accountability

Should Imperial Metals be accountable for the Mount Polley tailings impoundment failure?

  • Apr 4th, 2017

LETTERS: Water licences destroying lake

B.C. Lake Stewardship Society compares the health of B.C. Lakes each July.

  • Apr 4th, 2017

COLUMNS: Share the good stuff now

March is finally over. I thought it was going to last forever, especially after that cheeky snowfall on Friday.

LETTERS: Concerns about biodiversity

I’ll vote for a political party willing to change government mandate to work for the people and not for corporations.

  • Apr 4th, 2017

COLUMN: Sweetest sweet potato recipes with a twist

Sweet potatoes have always had a soft spot for my taste buds and when I grew up in Saskatchewan we had sweet potatoes throughout the year.

COLUMN: Ranch succession workshop well worth attending

Ranching industry is having difficulty attracting and retaining the next generation on our places in a gainful (living wage) manner.