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The history of corn

Recently I read a book called the Omnivores Dilemma written by Michael Pollen (thanks Janice). It was written a few years ago and although written from the American food system perspective it indirectly relates as much to Canada as it does to the United States.

Liberal leadership race an entertaining scramble

Kevin Falcon’s camp sign up of the Kamloops Blazers hockey team as Liberal members without their knowledge? A key volunteer in Christy Clark’s campaign signs up her cat? Photocopied membership forms? If nothing else it is entertaining to watch leadership hopefuls fight like cats and dogs in the litter-box that is the Liberal leadership race.
Campbell exits, his legacy uncertain

Campbell exits, his legacy uncertain

Peace in Vanderhoof, while Egypt is in turmoil.

After last fall’s colourful serene bounty it was impossible to expect a rich transformation made of only two colors, white and blue. When I arrived, it was like an awakening from a lost paradise to a different, but in beauty, likewise scenario.
Vanderhoof an anomaly in northern health problems.

Vanderhoof an anomaly in northern health problems.

The recent news that Burns Lake is to have no regular doctors working at their hospital at the end of April is troubling indeed, and certainly makes you appreciate the services we have here in Vanderhoof.
B.C. VIEWS: Rural voters maintain edge

B.C. VIEWS: Rural voters maintain edge

Smart meters a concern

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Visual quality objectives key to tourism industry

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Chocolate & roses not just for couples

While Valentine’s Day might not seem like much of a reason to celebrate for those of us who are single, it should be.

Sled dog shock goes deeper

The shocking story of 100 sled dogs being shot execution-style after the Olympic Games in Whistler last year is attracting world-wide attention.