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Opinion: COVID-19—no party until the finish line

Opinion: COVID-19—no party until the finish line

Many of us are acting as if we’ve all been vaccinated, yet that is far from the case.
Dan Davies: Another hollow, empty Throne Speech

Dan Davies: Another hollow, empty Throne Speech

John Horgan said he had to call an election in the middle of a pandemic so the province could have a clear path forward. He is still looking for a blueprint but is only finding his own government’s bungling and incompetence.
Judy Kucharuk: Imprisoned in my own home

Judy Kucharuk: Imprisoned in my own home

As soon as it clicked shut, I knew that I was in big trouble
Opinion: 'Circuit breaker' grant a different tack for B.C.

Opinion: 'Circuit breaker' grant a different tack for B.C.

The average approved grant will be in the $5,000 range.
Change the game or change the rules?

Change the game or change the rules?

If we want to change the rules and get constitutional reform, we must first change the game
Ruby McBeth: Pioneer stories come alive

Ruby McBeth: Pioneer stories come alive

Congratulations to the new Seniors Club executive, and kudos to our Beatton Park volunteers
Brad Brain: Paralysis by analysis

Brad Brain: Paralysis by analysis

Time to stop overanalyzing two-dollar decisions and just get started.
Opinion: With B.C.'s spirit frayed, throne speech tries to offer ideas to rally around

Opinion: With B.C.'s spirit frayed, throne speech tries to offer ideas to rally around

The 18-page agenda for the next few months has an assortment of hopeful-sounding ideas to rally around. But the main thing buoying spirits these days is the vaccination drive.
Bob Zimmer: Add your name to calls for a new Taylor Bridge

Bob Zimmer: Add your name to calls for a new Taylor Bridge

If you have not already done so, visit get2yes.ca/taylor-bridge and add your name
Don Pettit: Confessions of a solar geek

Don Pettit: Confessions of a solar geek

Did you know that enough solar energy strikes the Earth every hour to power our whole worldwide civilization for a year?