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Opinion: Humanity shines through during terrible times

Opinion: Humanity shines through during terrible times

While we may never eliminate high-conflict leaders from taking power, there is much that can be done to limit their impact.
Opinion: Decency is even better than tolerance

Opinion: Decency is even better than tolerance

We can disagree, and argue, and even protest against each other, but without decency we are slaves to what makes us different.
Opinion: Putin's entitlement is on clear display

Opinion: Putin's entitlement is on clear display

He is, to put it simply, a bully with the desire to impose his will and his way on anyone he can.
Jack Knox: Relaxed rules or not, it's still a testing time for cross-border travel

Jack Knox: Relaxed rules or not, it's still a testing time for cross-border travel

The question is, will Monday’s change be enough to make a real difference, or will travellers still balk?
Guest column: NATO military intervention is required in Ukraine

Guest column: NATO military intervention is required in Ukraine

Putin has loudly threatened consequences of direct military interference because it’s the strongest possible point of opposition against their current movements and means to intimidate Ukraine's supporters. Where your enemy says don’t go: you go.
Letter to the editor: Kick Russia out of Women’s World Curling Championship

Letter to the editor: Kick Russia out of Women’s World Curling Championship

Elected leaders have an opportunity to do more than change their Facebook background to a flag of Ukraine.
Opinion: B.C. budget gets failing grade

Opinion: B.C. budget gets failing grade

Through Budget 2022, the government is piling more debt on to the backs of future generations, wasting more money on interest payments and setting the province on the path to future tax hikes.
Letter to the editor: Support sick little Prince George boy

Letter to the editor: Support sick little Prince George boy

Here in P.G., there are many kids that have gone to and still rely on B.C. Children’s Hospital.
Letter to the editor: Questioning the QR code requirement

Letter to the editor: Questioning the QR code requirement

The point is, there is no longer any rationale for stratifying risk on the basis of QR code compliance.
Letter to the editor: Protests went on far too long

Letter to the editor: Protests went on far too long

These people demonstrated an absolute lack of respect for democracy and other Canadians.