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SignTek letter attacks messenger, ignored message

SignTek letter attacks messenger, ignored message

Mr. Sewell's letter doth protest too much. Why wouldn't he use Mr. Whitcombe's letter as a means to educate his workforce. Instead, he takes the familiar, convenient path of throwing stones at the messenger.
Gov’t feathering its nest at the taxpayers’ expense

Gov’t feathering its nest at the taxpayers’ expense

Through the Public Sector Employers Council, the provincial government has imposed a two-year wage freeze on all 250,000 public sector employees.
Much needed ‘revolution’ stirring in Ottawa

Much needed ‘revolution’ stirring in Ottawa

Canada's business Bruce Whitestone At long last a "revolution" is stirring in Canada that should entail better government.
Why aren’t doctors taking patients?

Why aren’t doctors taking patients?

This is an open letter to all the family doctors of Prince George. It has been years since the people of this city have been able to find a doctor taking new patients.
Health-care prognostication shows forecasters were sick

Health-care prognostication shows forecasters were sick

Todd Whitcombe As I See It Back in 2006, the B.C. Liberals launched the "Conversation on Health Care" program.
Bishops shirk responsibility

Bishops shirk responsibility

In response to the Winnipeg Free Press editorial reprinted in Wednesday's Citizen: I wonder if we will ever see a bishop charged with failing to report the sexual abuse of a child.
Anti-Clinton editorials are knee-jerk reaction

Anti-Clinton editorials are knee-jerk reaction

Canadians have a very bipolar disposition when it comes to Americans stating their views about us or about matters pertaining to us. We maintain apocryphal notions of how little the U.S.
Chardonnay goes well with chicken

Chardonnay goes well with chicken

Pairings by chef Louis Richer The 2006 Mission Hill Chardonnay from the Okanagan region is considered among the best, having won in 2008 the Gold Medal Pacific Rim international competition, and several other distinctions.
The Secret Adversary

The Secret Adversary

by Agatha Christie Prudence Cowley (better known as Tuppence to her friends) is in London looking for work after World War I when she bumps into her old school chum, Tommy Beresford.
Rainbow of colours to celebrate colours of man

Rainbow of colours to celebrate colours of man

Around Our Schools Last week, students from the UNBC environmental interpretation class, and their instructor Ms. Gail Ross, visited Mrs.