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Opinion: Press and politicians imperilled in the new age of rage and cynicism

Opinion: Press and politicians imperilled in the new age of rage and cynicism

Our public health leader in this province – our public health leader, for heaven’s sake – requires a security detachment.
Daniel Sims: I am more than my trauma

Daniel Sims: I am more than my trauma

Today in Canada we are seeing a resurgence of Indigenous culture, language, and agency.  And yet the focus seems to always fall on the poorest communities, facing the most problems. 
Nathan Giede: Finding truth and reconciliation while hunting with a friend

Nathan Giede: Finding truth and reconciliation while hunting with a friend

The statutory holiday is simply utilized by an Indigenous man and a non-Indigenous man to complete the ancient rite of hunting as friends.
Opinion: Anjali Appadurai’s campaign threatens to derail David Eby’s BC NDP coronation

Opinion: Anjali Appadurai’s campaign threatens to derail David Eby’s BC NDP coronation

Might we soon have NDP Premier Anjali Appadurai? 
Survey: Growing number of British Columbians say health-care system in need of major rehab

Survey: Growing number of British Columbians say health-care system in need of major rehab

Concerns about a shortage of doctors and nurses are severe across every region of the province.
Gerry Chidiac: Shifting the blame doesn’t avoid accountability

Gerry Chidiac: Shifting the blame doesn’t avoid accountability

If I did something wrong, it doesn’t matter what anyone else did, I am responsible for my own actions.  There is also something deeply liberating in embracing the truth of our failures and making reparations.
Jack Knox: No, Henderson's goal wasn't just another hockey moment

Jack Knox: No, Henderson's goal wasn't just another hockey moment

People remember where they were when Paul Henderson scored in the same way they remember where they were on VE Day, when JFK was shot, when Neil Armstrong walked on the moon, or on 9/11
Todd Whitcombe: Home prices have risen much faster than inflation

Todd Whitcombe: Home prices have risen much faster than inflation

Wages and prices have not tracked for everything. The housing market is the prime example.
Letter to the editor: Stop blaming the British for everything

Letter to the editor: Stop blaming the British for everything

Great Britain gave this magnificent country a great deal and helped save humanity in the Second World War.
Opinion: Canada moving at geological speed in tapping its resource riches

Opinion: Canada moving at geological speed in tapping its resource riches

This ought to be Pierre Gratton’s moment. The 11-year CEO of the Mining Association of Canada, by any objective measure, ought to be beaming at the confluence of events making possible an historic boom in the sector he represents.