B.C. VIEWS: Making sense of climate policy

Flood and fire predictions have poor track record so far

One song as a time

As I was trying to figure out my place in the world at the tender age of fourteen, I found myself starved for music beyond what was spoon-fed to teenagers on Top 20 radio stations.

B.C. VIEWS: New climate targets to miss

B.C. has new greenhouse gas target, still no plan to reach it

Annoying behavious gets annoying responses

I’ve heard from a lot of people from Wynndel and northward along the East Shore in the last couple of weeks.

EDITORIAL: Fueling our fear with higher gas prices

Higher gas prices are said to drive us to take public transit. Are we there yet?

  • May 10th, 2018
After the floods, comes the cleanup in Grand Forks
Canadian Armed Forces fight natural disasters
After the floods, assessing what's still left
Grand Forks prepares for peak flooding

LETTER: Old-style politics is easier to cover

B.C.’s current party system offers more conflict, fewer solutions

EDITORIAL: Food fight breaks out in B.C. Legislature

Private members bill would eliminate $61-a-day per diem for local MLAs in Greater Victoria

  • May 10th, 2018

Creston Education Centre

I am pleased that the programs at the Creston Education Centre will continue for the next five years.

  • May 8th, 2018

COLUMN: Building a coastal refinery in B.C. is just ‘common sense’

Coastal refineries would also protect our oceans, writes Black Press chairman David Black

  • May 14th, 2018

Regarding the Retallack & Yaqan Nu?Kiy backcountry proposal

I would like to respond to this proposal for recreational use of a large area of wilderness, south of the Purcell Wilderness Area.

  • May 7th, 2018

B.C. VIEWS: Waiting for a secret referendum

John Horgan admits the fix is in on proportional representation

COLUMN: When we fail inmates, we fail ourselves

Solutions for inmates go far beyond the walls of the Okanagan Correctional Centre

Creston Valley Chamber of Commerce Annual Tradeshow

The recreation centre staff are excellent to work with.

  • May 4th, 2018

We meddlesome humans

Eugene Schieffelin, a 19th-century pharmaceutical manufacturer, was an ambitious eccentric fellow.

  • May 4th, 2018

B.C. Grade 8 student pens letter to premier on residential schools

Terrace teen writes current school curriculum underplays past violations of basic human rights

  • May 2nd, 2018

B.C. VIEWS: How to salvage a pipeline project

Indigenous partnerships may be an antidote to ‘red washing’

This is the Life – A beginning, or the end?

Last week I was making my way through a 150-page document that involves the Lower Kootenay Band as a partner in a proposed wilderness adventure tourism scheme on a 70,000-hectare tenure near Gray Creek.

B.C. VIEWS: Eliminating efficiency for farm workers

Don’t worry, NDP says, the B.C. economy’s booming