Skip to content
Join our Newsletter
Join our Newsletter

Opinion

Opinion: You can still have skills with brain injury

Opinion: You can still have skills with brain injury

After a distracted driver left a local nurse with a permanent brain injury and unable to work, she found a passion for refurbishing furniture
Opinion: Community is more than a buzzword

Opinion: Community is more than a buzzword

Vancouver-born actor finds support, community in Prince George
Opinion: Vaccines are science in action

Opinion: Vaccines are science in action

Developing COVID-19 vaccines was a challenge equal to putting people on the moon, UNBC researchers says
Opinion: Canada at a pivotal moment for reconciliation

Opinion: Canada at a pivotal moment for reconciliation

Greatness requires courage and honesty
Opinion: RVing 101 - What to buy

Opinion: RVing 101 - What to buy

My advice is to rent an RV before you make that purchase, get a feel for what you’re getting into – and do a lot of research.
Opinion: Seeing only what we want to see

Opinion: Seeing only what we want to see

We often see what we want to see. And we don’t see what we don’t want to see. This is the basis of optical illusions.
Opinion: Protect seniors from big business

Opinion: Protect seniors from big business

Western business mentality and, by extension, collective society, allowed the well-being of our oldest family members to be decided by corporate profit-margin measures.
Opinion: Protest did more harm than good

Opinion: Protest did more harm than good

In his recent oped “Opinion: Principled acts take courage,” Gerry Chidiac lauds the actions last month by workers at the Port of Prince Rupert, who refused to unload the cargo of a ship belonging to an Israeli company.
Opinion: No original sin

Opinion: No original sin

If we replaced the religious word "sin," with the non-religious word "behavior," it would keep us grounded.
Opinion: Religious stereotypes are harmful

Opinion: Religious stereotypes are harmful

Just like any human institution, religions are in a constant state of evolution.  Just like any human being, religious leaders make mistakes.