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Baffled by post-apocolyptic main streets

Baffled by post-apocolyptic main streets

Letter writer questions the re-landscaping of Telkwa’s riverwalk and Smithers’ Main Street
Telkwa Coal responds to letters to the editor

Telkwa Coal responds to letters to the editor

CEO acknowledges participation is not consent; says mettalurgical coal will be in demand long-term
Participation in process does not necessarily mean consent

Participation in process does not necessarily mean consent

Letter writer seeks to clarify what Wet’suwet’en participation in Telkwa Coal assessment means
Telkwa coal mine an unnecessary risk as steel industry shifts

Telkwa coal mine an unnecessary risk as steel industry shifts

Anti-coal mine group wants proposed coal mine stopped
B.C. takes a step toward ensuring the polluter actually pays

B.C. takes a step toward ensuring the polluter actually pays

Make a mess, clean it up. That’s what we’re taught at a young age.
An update from a former Smithers resident

An update from a former Smithers resident

Dear Smithers Interior News,
Seabridge exhibits good corporate citizenship

Seabridge exhibits good corporate citizenship

Letter writer thanks gold mining company for post-secondary education support
Thanks for doing a thankless job

Thanks for doing a thankless job

Letter writer thanks elected officials and challenges others to step up rather than complain
Hearing the protests, not seeing the compassion

Hearing the protests, not seeing the compassion

I felt compelled to write after reading Dr. Quinn’s opinion piece (“Hurt: A pandemic reflection,” The Interior News, Feb. 3, 2022) followed by Deb Meissner’s (“Understanding a massive outpouring of support,” Daresay , The Interior News, Feb. 3, 2022).
The other side to the story

The other side to the story

The other side to the story