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Writer sees no problem with secrecy sleeve, but has a few others with proportional representation.
Writer is headed to Telkwa Coal open house Nov. 28 to ask about water use.
President says for 99 years, the BVAIA has promoted agriculture and industry through the Fall Fair.
Writer on the grievances of Canada Post employees.
Writer wonders what the rush was to remove wreaths from the Hazelton cenotaph
Writer says privacy of referendum ballots is lacking.
Writer connects Remembrance Day with abortion.
Poet on Bulkley Valley Credit Union’s pie day.
Writer gets treasured “three-wheel pickup” back with help from the community they adore.
Writer says LNG Canada project is bad news for climate change.
Writer says while we may grieve injustices of the past, protection is needed today for unborn.
Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako chair says more help needed for wildfire victims.
Writer says proportional representation means more cost and party alliances nobody voted for.
Writer questions how far the Town is on making rules and education on legal marijuana.
Writer wonders why catch and release not curtailed at critical level.
Writer wonders about a candidate’s claim he’s not in it for the fame and power.
Writer says of the referendum options, DMP is best. He also reminds those opposed to vote too.
Carly Munro’s family gives thanks for all the kindness they’ve received.
Writer on the Christmas choir correction from View from the Porch column, and excited for 2019 choir
Smithers Mayor Taylor Bachrach says the Town invests more in paving than ever before.