LETTERS: Two views of oil pipeline protests

U.S. and other petroleum-rich countries aren’t cutting production

B.C. mom shares the heartbreak of an addicted child

With every fiber of my being as his mother, I have stood resolutely, phone in hand, and said No, I cannot help you with that.

  • Feb 23rd, 2018

The Haisla Nation sees a different future with LNG than the Sierra Club

The op-ed fails to address any of the issues faced by First Nations

  • Feb 10th, 2018

LETTER: Weaver fiddles while B.C.’s economic prospects burn

Skeena MLA warns of damage to B.C. investment from Green threats

  • Feb 6th, 2018

Nobody to organize the party in the brewery

There was no sign of sand, gravel, salt or anything else on the sidewalk

It’s not dual agency buyers should be worried about

I would have rather seen the end of double-ending and a continuance of the practice of dualagency

Kitimat Rail Jam
Ottawa proposes strict packaging for cannabis products
REPLAY: This week in B.C. in video
No leads on Montreal boy missing since Monday: Police

First Nations economic development is complex, nuanced

It is no longer acceptable to relegate First Nations into poverty

  • Jan 20th, 2018

Carpet bowlers have been excluded from BC 55+ Games and Canada 55+ Games

Gold medal carpet bowling winners not able to defend their titles in 2018

  • Jan 18th, 2018

LETTERS: Plastic bags an ‘easy feel-good fix’

Bags have secondary uses, other problems more pressing

  • Jan 12th, 2018

LETTER: Proportional representation makes votes count

Fair Vote Canada representative responds to Tom Fletcher column

  • Dec 12th, 2017

LETTER: I’m voting ‘yes’ to electoral reform

Tom Fletcher defends corporate-backed B.C. Liberals

  • Dec 7th, 2017

LETTER: Jumbo Valley is part of Ktunaxa territorial claim

Ktunaxa Nation Council responds to Tom Fletcher column

  • Nov 21st, 2017

LETTER: First Nations defending their waters

Response to Tom Fletcher from salmon farm occupiers

  • Nov 6th, 2017

Downsizing will cost us dearly

The town would lose more than just the student capacity in the high school.

  • Nov 5th, 2017

SO2 scrubbers needed, not asthma health studies

Jobs and development don’t have to come at the cost of making us sick.

Liabilities of a rapacious industry

Although climate change is a reality, our reliance on it to shrug off certain environmental changes is often overdone.

  • Oct 19th, 2017

LETTER: Scientific consensus favours human-caused warming

Sierra Club B.C. campaigner responds to Tom Fletcher column

  • Oct 5th, 2017

A bouquet from Saskatchewan

A visitor from Saskatchewan has plenty of positive things to say about helpful residents of Kitimat.

  • Sep 7th, 2017

Former faller says wildfire response mismanaged

The initial firefighters should be loggers and first responders living in the same area as the fire

  • Sep 2nd, 2017