Opinion

LETTER: Old enough to know what’s been lost in B.C. salmon

Stephen Hume writes about the lack of discussion on the province’s dwindling salmon population

  • Jan 16, 2020

Adapt ‘BeforePay’ and help your economy

To the editor; As we enter a new decade and strive to…

  • Jan 16, 2020

B.C. VIEWS: Finding hope for B.C.’s salmon

Is enough being done to save the iconic species?

Happy new year — no more MSP

It’s a brand new year and BC’s Medical Services Plan (MSP) premiums…

  • Jan 9, 2020

B.C. VIEWS: Magnetic interest in latest property prices

In recent years, property owners have pored over assessments much more closely

COLUMN: Something fishy about B.C.’s ever-punctual New Year’s babies

Long odds that babies would be delivered so regularly within first minutes of midnight on Jan. 1

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Sod turned for Evergreen Acres expansion
Breakfast for a cause
Cold snap hits Kelowna's vulnerable
Okanagan residents rally in support of Wet'suwet'en Nation

Plenty of big business ostrich syndrome to go around

To the editor; Re: political deadlock at Madrid Climate Summit As they…

  • Jan 2, 2020

A new year and the passing of time

Facing a brand new year gives us pause to reflect on profound statements

  • Jan 1, 2020

B.C. VIEWS: A toast to civil debate in the new year

Not only is name calling juvenile, it is unproductive

Ranch Musings: Food price increases

David Zirnhelt highlights some of the reasons food prices are going up

  • Dec 26, 2019

Talk, but little else, from politicians regarding climate crisis

To the editor; As Greta crosses the ocean a second time, demonstrating…

  • Dec 24, 2019

B.C. VIEWS: An unpredictable year ahead

B.C. economy continues to do well generally, with low unemployment rates and good job creation numbers

How youth protests shaped the discussion on climate change

Climate strikes are an example of youth becoming politicized and rejecting adult inaction

A thump in the night

The other night started out like most, with dreams and a few…

  • Dec 20, 2019

Winter’s Child

From time to time, personal journals took the old woman on sojourns…

  • Dec 19, 2019

Is there anything renewable energy can’t do?

To the editor; Zealots of capitalism were swooning on 19-Nov-19 when the…

  • Dec 19, 2019

Our grandparents will remember the dread of polio

To the editor; The world has been fighting polio for almost 70…

  • Dec 18, 2019

A bunch of frogs in a pot of water on a hot stove

To the editor, When I first heard of Regina Sadilkova I read…

  • Dec 18, 2019

B.C. VIEWS: Hunger does not end with the season

Despite innovations in food distribution, the need is still there in B.C. communities

DNA tests make fun holiday gifts, but beware of the hype

Whether interested in your health or your ancestors, it is important to understand how these tests work