Opinion

OPINION: BC NDP has ‘change of heart’ on LNG

Shuswap MLA Greg Kyllo stunned by turnaround on issue by B.C. government

COLUMNS: Why do we ranch?

David Zirnhelt explores the history of ranching in the Cariboo region

  • Apr 7, 2019

B.C. VIEWS: Hippie pseudoscience leaks into our NDP government

Energy minister clings to urban myths about gas drilling

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D.O.A. perform at the Limelight
Water Survey of Canada checks Chilcotin River
Big Creek Flooding
Cariboo's Strongest Man

FOREST INK: Community forests have many advantages for rural communities

Major Licensees make the majority of their payment to the provincial government while community forests revenues accrue to rural communities

  • Apr 6, 2019

COLUMNS: Embrace leftovers to help the planet

Food waste is a broad topic, now that I think about it. There are so many factors:

  • Apr 6, 2019

LETTERS: I have two questions for logging contractors

Why are the contractors select-logging dead, burned Fir?

  • Apr 6, 2019

COLUMN: Getting a handle on B.C.’s export economy

Jock Finlayson is executive vice president and chief policy officer of the Business Council of BC

  • Apr 3, 2019

LETTERS: Student demand to stop carbon fuel use can’t be achieved

Nuclear power is the only technology that would do it quickly

  • Apr 2, 2019

COLUMNS: Quirky kitty cats

Some people have pet cats. Some cats, like mine, have people.

  • Mar 31, 2019

B.C. VIEWS: Is the NDP giving away our natural gas reserves?

Andrew Weaver again denounces the government he put in power

COLUMNS: ALR changes date back to the 1970s

Donna Barnett shares her opinions on proposed changes to landowner rights

  • Mar 30, 2019

COLUMNS: Government commits to revitalization of Coast forest industry

The Coast Forest Sector Revitalization has five main goals:

  • Mar 30, 2019

COLUMNS: BC Cattlemen’s Annual meeting and Education Day coming up May 23-25

There is nothing like getting information in person

  • Mar 30, 2019

Letters: Thanks for all the support through a difficult time

Conrad is now home. We still have a ways to go but he is getting better.

  • Mar 28, 2019

LETTERS: Amendment would represent 320 per cent increase in emissions

The requested permit amendment indicates these emissions would be allowed 24 hours a day

  • Mar 28, 2019

COLUMN: Making the call to cut the cord

Cost of a keeping a landline makes little sense in 2019

  • Mar 27, 2019

COLUMN: Smart phone too powerful a tool to yank from students’ hands

Rather than ban them from schools, let’s teach kids to harness their phone’s power and use it properly

  • Mar 25, 2019

Dying of embarrassment: Asking for a Naloxone kit in a small B.C. town

Naloxone is free for everyone, amid an opioid overdose epidemic killing thousands

LETTER: To the thieves who stole my son’s work clothes

If you want something, get a job and buy it for yourself

  • Mar 24, 2019

COLUMNS: Home on the ranch again

The reason I am writing is not so much a travelogue as a bit of insight that I garnered

  • Mar 24, 2019