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COLUMN: B.C. mayor takes on Trump

Summerland Mayor Peter Waterman calls statements Trump disturbing

  • Jun 27, 2018

Yes, we could use a soft drink tax

NDP rejects useful tax advice because it’s not popular

Orphans of our urban drug culture neglected again

Child advocate Bernard Richard leaves B.C. with harsh message

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Ready, set, ski! Students relay at Spirit North Festival Day
Peter Haines performs an anthem for rivers at the Smithers Public Library
Grace Hols performs Economics 101 poem at Smithers Public Library
Premier John Horgan speaks at Witset Smoke Feast

‘I’d rather be anywhere else’

With cancer treatment set to begin, Chilliwack Progress reporter Jessica Peters has a few words of advice.

Every parent fears the late night knock of a cop

The RCMP doesn’t drive to your house at 1:30 a.m. and take off its hat to tell you you’ve won the 6/49

COLUMN: For those about to snore…

Did you know that if you google ‘snoring’ you’ll get about 77,400,000 hits?

B.C. VIEWS: No time for maps in this rush to a referendum

Made-up electoral systems pushed out for Green Party deadline

After Carnegie, I’d go again in a New York minute

Publisher Grant Harris on trip of a lifetime with his favourite soprano and the Nova Borealis choir.

  • Jun 7, 2018

OPINION: Trudeau’s media snub in the Fraser Valley

Shouldn’t the PM be obliged to speak to members of a community he visits, at least via the media?

ZYTARUK: Keeping homicide victims’ names from public a disturbing trend

Not revealing the identities of homicide victims is bad public policy, and here’s why

OPINION: On helmets and helicopter parenting

How the “what-ifs’ and close calls can drive people with kids crazy

B.C. VIEWS: Our poverty reduction plan is already in place

NDP has another promise it needs to appear to keep

COLUMN: Women’s breasts really aren’t that big a deal

A follow on some Princeton, B.C., students gained considerable exposure when they dropped their bras

Stand for Water

More than 300 million salmon smolts are making their way through the…

  • May 25, 2018

Five reasons to consider pedal power

Bike to Work and School Week kicks off on May 28.

  • May 23, 2018

B.C. VIEWS: Making sense of climate policy

Flood and fire predictions have poor track record so far

Glad to be back in the Bulkley Valley

Cassidy Muir is glad to be back home while she helps out as the Interior News intern.

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 14, 2018

Canadian Common Sense

By David Black, Chairman of Black Press and President of Kitimat Clean

  • May 14, 2018

Canadian common sense

Kitimat Clean president David Black wants value-added oil industry with refineries on B.C.’s coast.

  • May 14, 2018