B.C. VIEWS: B.C. Liberal battle getting bitter

Front-runners Andrew Wilkinson, Todd Stone target Dianne Watts

Liberal leadership hopeful takes advantage of outside lane

Dianne Watts discusses motivation and priorities

  • Dec 9th, 2017

Democracy is not always comfortable

What could have been a calm and civilized discussion about the issue disintegrated early into what we have come to call attack politics.

B.C. VIEWS: Untold stories of B.C. salmon farms

Indigenous people defend their jobs against constant protests

OPINION: Mandatory full face protection a smart move for hockey

‘I can relate more intimately than most; I lost my eye to a hockey stick in June of 1990’

  • Dec 5th, 2017

B.C. VIEWS: One political coalition is plotting to kill another

NDP-Green plan to conquer rural B.C. begins to take shape

#MeToo at work: Employers play role in fixing culture of harassment
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        You’re In My Seat

        Indeed we can be creatures of habit

        COLUMN: Is celebrity gossip your ‘local news’? Ottawa seems to think so

        News Media Canada board chair reflects on heritage minister’s response to newspaper closures

        • Nov 29th, 2017

        COLUMN: Logging in watersheds — Nelson area logging companies weigh in

        “We’re small, local, single-site operations. If things go wrong here, we can’t shift to a new location

        • Nov 29th, 2017

        Trouble brewing about Irish Border

        Dyer writes, “History never leaves Ireland alone.”

        • Nov 29th, 2017

        B.C. VIEWS: Big money and local elections

        Slates discouraged in civic politics, unions get green light

        COLUMN: Let’s keep your money circulating in the region

        Chamber of Commerce executive director Tom Thomson on buying locally

        • Nov 24th, 2017

        COLUMN: Taking another look at Kelowna

        Columnist Donna Macdonald finds many things to love about the city Nelsonites love to hate

        • Nov 23rd, 2017

        The eyes have it

        Columnist Lorne Eckersley grew up wearing very thick glasses, and only later in life, with the introduction of new technology, has he been able to enjoy good, uncorrected vision.

        COLUMN: Will West Kootenay forests survive?

        As with most things around ecology, the answer is not simple, says columnist Greg Utzig

        • Nov 18th, 2017

        Who needs a justice system?

        Now, seemingly overnight, people are being charged, tried, convicted and sentenced within hours.

        Site C is a Hobson’s choice

        Premier John Horgan and his government are in a no win situation as they face the task of deciding to kill or proceed with the enormously expensive Site C Dam project.

        The beauty of a quiet Saturday

        There is nothing more beautiful than a quiet Saturday on my own