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In an opinion piece in the Province, Gavin Dirom says his industry needs better access to land.
he need to communicate in some way other than face to face goes back thousands of years.
Some of us are old enough to remember when W.A.C. Bennett ruled the roost in B.C.
I haven’t written a grumpy column for ages but I’m grumpy today.
We’re having an old fashioned winter at the moment. Will we have an old fashioned spring, summer and fall too?
December is looking back, January looking forward, right?
Columnist Diana French reflects on Christmas as the countdown is on.
It’s being greeted with joy, disappointment and even hostility, but after two weeks of talks, 196 nations have signed the Paris Agreement.
So many things start out as good ideas and get lost along the way.
One thing about writing a newspaper column is that you seldom know if anyone actually reads it.
There is much gloomy/gloomy stuff these days, but here is a happy story.
The attack in Paris totally took over the news this last weekend.
Remembrance Day, when we honour the men and women who died fighting for world freedom and say thank you to surviving veterans.
Two things made Halloween special this year. It didn't rain or snow, and the clocks didn't change back until Sunday morning.
Most political junkies have theories as to why the Liberals won the election.
How do our neighbours to the south manage to keep sane with over a year of presidential electioneering bumpf thrown at them?
There have been stories from all over the country about difficulties in voting.
Seems to me this federal election has been going on forever.
Bad news first. Once again Williams Lake ranks low on a survey.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s reference to “old stock Canadians” last week raised a few eyebrows.