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B.C. Lake Stewardship Society compares the health of B.C. Lakes each July.
I’ll vote for a political party willing to change government mandate to work for the people and not for corporations.
Open letter to Premier Clark, Minister Polak and Associate Deputy Minister Jardine
An open letter to Cariboo Chilcotin MLA Donna Barnett, MP Todd Doherty and Prime Minister Trudeau
This weekend I had the pleasure of attending two exciting playoff hockey games.
The issue of the time change is again in the news.
I was a Boy Scout in 1963-67 and remember well the fiasco with Scout Island at the political level as well as the changes that took place.
In response to Alan Trenzek’s letter “We Must use Resources to Improve Our Quality of Life” in the Wednesday, Feb. 8 edition of the Tribune.
Mayor Walt Cobb pens a letter apologizing for comments made to a local radio station about Findlay Meats.
Our family would like to send a big room full of roes to nurse Titchener, who worked the night shift in the emergency room on Feb. 14.
The shooting in Quebec City is another example of ‘the ailment’ that plagues the world.
Like yourself, I am a long-time resident of Williams Lake, and so would write to you from this perspective.
I am trying to sort out what’s going with the government going on saying to us that there is going to be an insurance increase.
Once again city council’s mandate for no tax increases has resulted in cuts to services.
Modern day Chicken Little’s cry out, “The sky is falling, it’s overloaded with CO2.
On Friday, Jan. 13, CP Rail derailed cars carrying between 120 and 160 metric tons of coal into the south Thompson River.
To the Ministry of Environment, re: Application by Mount Polley Mining Corporation to amend permit 11678.