Opinion

Pierre Poilievre speaks in Terrace in a bid to shift the Skeena-Bulkley Valley riding from its current status as a seat for the NDP. (Seth Forward/Northern View)

Uzelman: A disciplined Poilievre is topping the polls

A column by Bruce Uzelman

  • Sep 19, 2023
An industry group says Alberta’s decision to pause approvals of new renewable energy projects is putting the lives of thousands of workers on hold. Solar panels pictured at the Michichi Solar project near Drumheller, Alta., Tuesday, July 11, 2023. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh

Uzelman: Provinces fumble renewable energy opportunities

A column by Bruce Uzelman

  • Sep 8, 2023
(Black Press file photo)

WOLF: B.C. letter grade debate gets high marks for provoking thought

COLUMN: All districts now use proficiency scale through Grade 9

(Black Press file photo)
The CleanBC Roadmap to 2030 (released in October 2021) proposes to complete B.C.’s Electric Highway by 2024 and reach a target of 10,000 public EV charging stations in B.C. by 2030. AdobeStock
The CleanBC Roadmap to 2030 (released in October 2021) proposes to complete B.C.’s Electric Highway by 2024 and reach a target of 10,000 public EV charging stations in B.C. by 2030. AdobeStock
BC Wildfire Service wildland firefighters work the Bush Creek East wildfire in the Shuswap. (BCWS image)
BC Wildfire Service wildland firefighters work the Bush Creek East wildfire in the Shuswap. (BCWS image)
FILE – RCMP. (Phil McLachlan/Capital News file)

OPINION: A flawed investigative body fails to curb RCMP sexual misconduct

By: Jason Walker, Associate Professor & Program Director, Adler University Workplace violence…

  • Aug 20, 2023
FILE – RCMP. (Phil McLachlan/Capital News file)
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld
The view from Eagle Bluffs on August 13, 2023. (Photo: Anna Burns)

Heat exhaustion can sneak up on you, so know the signs

Signs include heavy sweating, severe headache, muscle cramps and extreme thirst

The view from Eagle Bluffs on August 13, 2023. (Photo: Anna Burns)
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld
An ongoing effort to restore watersheds and wetlands in the province could create a healthier future by mitigating the impacts of climate change on communities, strengthening ecosystems and securing quality drinking water. (Contributed by BC Gov)
An ongoing effort to restore watersheds and wetlands in the province could create a healthier future by mitigating the impacts of climate change on communities, strengthening ecosystems and securing quality drinking water. (Contributed by BC Gov)
There is no better way to get a view of the sunset than from the top of Playland’s wooden rollercoaster. (Photo courtesy of Playland)

Opinion: A B.C. Day tribute to Playland’s thrilling wooden rollercoaster on its 65th birthday

Hands-up - not down, the coaster is a thrilling piece of our history that makes B.C. so very awesome

There is no better way to get a view of the sunset than from the top of Playland’s wooden rollercoaster. (Photo courtesy of Playland)
(Photos courtesy Davidson family)

Family, friends across B.C. mourn loss of a special young man

WOLF: Reid Davidson made an indelible impact in his 24 years

(Photos courtesy Davidson family)
Letter to the editor.

LETTER – Military BRAT reunion planned for September in Comox

Dear editor, Were you a BRAT? There’s a reunion planned for Comox…

  • Jul 27, 2023
Letter to the editor.
The West Kiskatinaw River wildfire (G70645) burns in the District of Tumbler Ridge, B.C. in this Thursday, June 8, 2023 handout image provided by the BC Wildfire Service. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO, BC Wildfire Service *MANDATORY CREDIT*

Uzelman: B.C. forest practices further fuel massive fires

A column by Bruce Uzelman

  • Jul 10, 2023
The West Kiskatinaw River wildfire (G70645) burns in the District of Tumbler Ridge, B.C. in this Thursday, June 8, 2023 handout image provided by the BC Wildfire Service. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO, BC Wildfire Service *MANDATORY CREDIT*
FILE - (AP Photo/Paul Sancya, File)

Uzelman: Premiers propose sensible climate and energy policy

A column by Bruce Uzelman

  • Jul 10, 2023
FILE - (AP Photo/Paul Sancya, File)
According to Statistics Canada, inflation in B.C. stayed at 6.2 per cent in February 2023. While prices at the pump dropped, rents rose. Inflation dropped across Canada to 5.2 per cent in February, down from 5.9 per cent in January. (Black Press Media File)
According to Statistics Canada, inflation in B.C. stayed at 6.2 per cent in February 2023. While prices at the pump dropped, rents rose. Inflation dropped across Canada to 5.2 per cent in February, down from 5.9 per cent in January. (Black Press Media File)
A quarter that sat for months in the washroom, unclaimed, provides a glimmer of hope that most people are still good. (Jessica Peters/Abbotsford News)

COLUMN: Unclaimed bathroom quarter puts glimmer of hope back in humanity

Everyone came to the same conclusion: ‘It doesn’t belong to me.’

A quarter that sat for months in the washroom, unclaimed, provides a glimmer of hope that most people are still good. (Jessica Peters/Abbotsford News)
Andrew Mercier, Minister of State for Workforce Development (B.C. government handout photo)

MERCIER: Internationally trained professionals continue their careers in B.C.

‘Immigration is crucial to support the nearly one million job openings we’re expecting in B.C.’

  • Jun 28, 2023
Andrew Mercier, Minister of State for Workforce Development (B.C. government handout photo)
(Steven Chang/BC Lions)

THE MOJ: Robinson’s time to shine

Lions’ receiver has breakthrough game in Regina

  • May 30, 2023
(Steven Chang/BC Lions)