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Yay, boo, and wow time. Yay to the 200 students from Cataline and Nesika.
A job is a job, right? Well, apparently not. We pull out the stops.
Mount Polley Mine will probably be in the news for some time to come.
Congratulations to Xeni Gwet’in Councillor and former Chief Marilyn Baptiste.
We believe we pay taxes so our governments have money to serve our interests.
The Harper government is forging ahead with Bill C-51, the Anti-Terrorist Act, in spite of strong and growing opposition.
On Saturday, the Rose Lake Miocene 4-H Club held its annual Petting Zoo at Boitanio Mall.
Maybe most days are fools’ days. There are so many weird and foolish things going on in our country.
When I was on the Cariboo Chilcotin School Board, trustees had some control over what was happening in the schools.
Good stories last forever. I saw the Cinderella movie with GDs #6 and #7 and their parents. We all enjoyed it.
The Harper government’s proposed anti-terrorist legislation, Bill C-51, has triggered a negative response.
So far in 2015 we have a number of political fusses locally.
On April 24, the International Association for Impact Assessment’s Western and Northern Canada Affiliate is hosting a full day session.
The huge snow fall in Kitimat/Terrace areas recently reminded me of the Big Snow here in January 1962.
Thank heavens city council re-instated the Economic Development Commission.
The Independent Review Panel’s report on Mount Polley Mine’s tailing pond breach has received mixed reviews.
As a city, we don’t always keep track of hometown folks who go on to do interesting things.
On the global scene: I believe in freedom of the press, but freedom carries with it responsibilities.
What kind of a year will this be? Last year I predicted that pipelines would continue to be news.
January is the month to look back at the year that was, and forward to the one coming up.