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Board commitment to ongoing collaboration to close outcome gaps with First Nations students.
Writer says government’s health and welfare priorities are not where they should be.
Writer on the need to put passionate discourse in perspective.
Writer says there is a win-win solution to the desire for Hwy 16 advertising.
Writer puts it bluntly: everything is inherently both good and bad, and edible pot is no different.
Publisher Grant Harris on what’s important today and also tomorrow.
Writer suggests an example from Kitwanga’s past be followed for any artifacts along pipeline route.
Writer calls Stewart Muir’s view on protesting divisive.
Writer thanks ministers who contributed to Faith Matters column.
Writer reminded of old adage “be careful what you ask for, you may get it.”
Writer not excited for opening of Smithers cannabis store and impending edible legalization.
Writer says tolerance demand has become intolerant.
Writer upset at Smithers council decisions on non-profit that invested so much in Town building.
Stewart Muir stands by original article on pipeline protests and challenges Nathan Cullen’s response.
Writer on ICBC “relief” for rural rates, and says lack of protection means subsidizing urban voters.
Writer says Resource Works director upset at corporate greed opposition in time of climate change.
Writer says Resource Works director is not listening to Indigenous people opposed to Coastal GasLink
Salary escalation occurred under Gordon Campbell’s watch
$350 million invested on B.C. coast in last six years, CEO says
Writer got thinking after hearing Wet’suwet’en chief saying he didn’t want to sell natural gas to China