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Opinion: We need affordable government

Opinion: We need affordable government

Does life feel more affordable now than it did seven years ago?
Letter to the editor: Lheidli elder finds museum upgrade offensive

Letter to the editor: Lheidli elder finds museum upgrade offensive

The premier is using First Nations Reconciliation to support a tourist/school field trip destination while First Nation communities are still trying to recover from recent fires and floods.
Letter to the editor: Museum spending a bad idea

Letter to the editor: Museum spending a bad idea

The last thing we need to be spending money on is a museum that most B.C. taxpayers will never see and could care less about.
Les Leyne: $789-million museum plan creates political earthquake for NDP

Les Leyne: $789-million museum plan creates political earthquake for NDP

It's turning into a significant crisis for the NDP government.
Gerry Chidiac: Decolonization is nothing to fear

Gerry Chidiac: Decolonization is nothing to fear

Language and culture played a significant role in helping the Irish to survive, and they also fueled the Irish cultural renaissance.
Todd Whitcombe: Gravity is pushing us all in a dark direction

Todd Whitcombe: Gravity is pushing us all in a dark direction

After all, most of us can accept that if we drop an object, it will fall towards the Earth but why? Simply answering “gravity” doesn’t explain why gravity does what it does. It is the equivalent of saying “because.”
Les Leyne: B.C. government has misread public mood with museum plan

Les Leyne: B.C. government has misread public mood with museum plan

Horgan government wants to demolish Royal B.C. Museum, spend $789 million on a replacement. Reaction has been remarkably negative.
Editorial: Downtown Prince George isn’t the heart of the city anymore

Editorial: Downtown Prince George isn’t the heart of the city anymore

New Downtown is the west bowl area between Ospika Boulevard and Highways 97/16, from 15th Avenue to Ferry Avenue, with new apartments, hotels and retail developments springing up in response to demand from residents and consumers.
Opinion: Poll gauges views on matters of morality in Canada

Opinion: Poll gauges views on matters of morality in Canada

More than two-thirds of Canadians see contraception, divorce, sex between unmarried people and having children out of wedlock as morally acceptable, survey finds.
Opinion: A guaranteed basic income could end poverty, so why isn’t it happening?

Opinion: A guaranteed basic income could end poverty, so why isn’t it happening?

Basic income should form part of a practical comprehensive plan for eliminating poverty in Canada.