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John Grady: Are you a mighty warrior?

John Grady: Are you a mighty warrior?

The story of Gideon in the Old Testament is to be of encouragement to all of us.
Letter to the editor: A Canada Day poem

Letter to the editor: A Canada Day poem

Who is Canada? The Prime Minister, the Cabinet, or, broader still, the Politicians on Parliament Hill? No, it’s you and me.
Opinion: Inflation among issues eroding Canadians’ faith in federal leadership

Opinion: Inflation among issues eroding Canadians’ faith in federal leadership

Concerns about inflation, real estate and gas prices have made Canadians uneasy about what Ottawa can do for them.
Evan Saugstad: Canada is worth celebrating

Evan Saugstad: Canada is worth celebrating

July 1 is about celebrating who we once were, where we came from, how we got here, what we have become, and the future we all know that, with grit and determination, can and will be much brighter and better than yesterday. 
Letter to the editor: Province's approach to TLE condemned

Letter to the editor: Province's approach to TLE condemned

Charlie Lake & Red Creek respond to recent TLE settlements
Letter to the editor: Fort St. John city council showed more decency than Prince George city council

Letter to the editor: Fort St. John city council showed more decency than Prince George city council

Prince George city council votes for the raise comes to mind as greedy to me.
Les Leyne: Horgan quits on his own terms

Les Leyne: Horgan quits on his own terms

He quit while it was still his choice, an adroit move
Opinion: No one can blame Horgan for cashing out before political stock drops

Opinion: No one can blame Horgan for cashing out before political stock drops

Horgan is a bit like Shopify stock at the end of last year, performing so well that you know it can’t last.
Smart Money: Asking good questions

Smart Money: Asking good questions

People are sometimes reluctant to ask what's really on their mind for fear of appearing silly or stupid. Sure, they may toss out a couple of superficial questions, but often people have judgment anxiety, and it holds them back.
Opinion: Canadian pride in the country’s Parliament, economy and courts in rapid decline

Opinion: Canadian pride in the country’s Parliament, economy and courts in rapid decline

Canadians' perceptions about what makes them proud have changed moderately when compared to 2021 – with a few glaring exceptions.