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Column: Witnessing coastal change

Column: Witnessing coastal change

In March 1778, Capt. James Cook sailed his ship, the Resolution, along the mist-shrouded shores of the B.C. coast to Nootka Sound.
B.C. VIEWS: Plucking the golden goose

B.C. VIEWS: Plucking the golden goose

B.C. NDP, federal Liberals raise high-earner income tax to 50%
Rain doesn’t dampen parade

Rain doesn’t dampen parade

Not to brag or anything, but I called it.
BC VIEWS: Little integrity left to protect

BC VIEWS: Little integrity left to protect

Darryl Plecas taints an already shabby B.C. political scene
Column: Studying the Shuswap now possible

Column: Studying the Shuswap now possible

Secondary school students returning to Shuswap schools this fall have a new resource to use that will improve their knowledge about their home place. Everything Shuswap will form part of their social studies curriculum and will be used in other classes as well. Although it is the most comprehensive source of information about our region to date, there is much more to be learned about the Shuswap and the book can be used as a source of ideas for more study and research.
Freinds and Neighbours: Square dancing builds fun, friendships

Freinds and Neighbours: Square dancing builds fun, friendships

Column: Square dancing for fun

Column: Having an identity crisis

What’s that you say?
Indigenous bureaucracy grows again

Indigenous bureaucracy grows again

B.C. offers stalled development, gambling money
B.C’s highway rest areas are a disgrace

B.C’s highway rest areas are a disgrace

I’ve got a job that should be top priority for our new Highways minister
No easy answers in ICBC mess

No easy answers in ICBC mess

David Eby blames problems that have already been fixed