The conquest of rural B.C.

Urban environmentalists have occupied the NDP

COLUMNS: Saying goodbye

The community said goodbye to someone very special last week.

  • Jul 4th, 2017

SMART 55: BCOAPO Convention informative and productive

Five delegates from our local OAPO branch attended the BCOAPO Convention.

  • Jul 4th, 2017
Slime for sale
    Cariboo Regional District elects new chair
      Mount Polley Mine
        Friday, July 7 wildfires erupt

          Haphazard History: The first Cariboo tourists

          We all know the importance of tourism, but we tend to think of this industry as a recent phenomenon.

          • Jul 4th, 2017

          B.C.’s big money battle isn’t over yet

          John Horgan, Christy Clark posture on poltical donations

          Lots to do during Stampede weekend in Williams Lake

          The Williams Lake Stampede is now underway.

          • Jun 29th, 2017

          COLUMNS: Agriculture and global warming and ranch musings

          A friend who organizes an alternate energy forum in Penticton recently alerted me.

          • Jun 29th, 2017

          LETTERS: Showing true colours

          It was a shocking about-face that Ms.Premier Christy Clark has delivered with her throne speech.

          • Jun 28th, 2017

          COLUMN: The Canadian Dream

          Everyone can own a nice home, have a nice family, and live happily ever after.

          • Jun 28th, 2017

          COLUMNS: Strengthening rural BC and the industries they rely on

          Since being returned to the Legislature, I would like to start by thanking everyone.

          • Jun 28th, 2017

          All parties throwing your billions around

          Christy Clark promises to match NDP, Greens spending spree

          COLUMNS: A perfect meal for Stampede and Canada Day long weekend

          There’s Canada Day Celebrations next weekend and Cariboo communities have special events planned.

          • Jun 23rd, 2017

          Canada sending out the welcome mat

          People who have been elected to public office are there for only one reason.

          • Jun 20th, 2017

          Mission to China a success

          With the City’s 2016 annual report just out, I thought it may be time to do some follow up.

          • Jun 20th, 2017

          COLUMNS: Community Forest project focussed on multiple benefits

          Last week the Williams Lake Community Forest toured some harvesting areas.

          • Jun 15th, 2017

          COLUMNS: Silvopasture: what is it and why?

          There was some work done the past few years investigating how we improve tree growth.

          • Jun 15th, 2017

          Site C dam delay would be disaster for John Horgan’s NDP

          Putting off Peace River diversion would cost $630 million

          Site C dam delay would be disaster for John Horgan’s NDP

          Putting off Peace River diversion would cost $630 million

          Beef from the North: in Ontario, that is

          Two young women from Ontario Beef Farmers spoke at Thompson Rivers University yesterday.

          • Jun 8th, 2017