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No faith in your faith

No faith in your faith

Re: “No faith in Trudeau.” I doubt you when you say you read a book by Justin Trudeau. You should be aware that the separation between church and state is fundamental, a principle that he adheres to.
Madly off in all directions

Madly off in all directions

When I think of what is taking place at city hall in regards to the parkade, Haggith Creek Bridge, Winnipeg and Carney Street sinkhole etc.
Parkade questions unanswered

Parkade questions unanswered

The slow trickle of emails being released to the public discussing the parkade cost overruns suggest there is much more that should be made public and properly investigated.
Thanks to Vicki

Thanks to Vicki

Diane Nakamura, what a nice write-up about BIG (Brain Injury Group) you did and especially the accomplishments that Vicki Shepherd has had with BIG over her career.
Helping others key for Pendergast

Helping others key for Pendergast

When Ken Pendergast moved to Prince George in 1965 from his home in the Kootenays, the pulp mills were just being built. Work was easy to find for a young man recently released from the Royal Canadian Air Force.
Gun law a ‘mishmash’

Gun law a ‘mishmash’

The BC government recently rushed Bill 4 (the Firearm Violence Prevention Act) into law claiming it was an attempt to deal with drug and gang violence. Unfortunately, this poorly designed bill misses its target.
Trust is the foundation for success

Trust is the foundation for success

When I was a child, I had a tremendous fear of falling. I would climb a tree and I couldn’t trust that the branch wouldn’t break. I climbed cranes, cliffs, and buildings and was always afraid that my footing would slip and I would fall.

Alarmist falsehoods in Mount Polley column

Re: Towards a full glass of water, March 22, The Citizen. As the former chief scientific officer for Imperial Metals from September 2014 to December 2018, I take issue with comments made by the authors about Mount Polley.
How about some COVID appreciation?

How about some COVID appreciation?

It’s all a disaster. The vaccine rollout, in B.C. and across Canada, has been as rough and traumatic as hitting a popular local mudding trail at full speed in your brand-new 4x4.
Reject cancel culture

Reject cancel culture

“Cancel culture” is here to stay. By cancel culture, I mean those people who have decided certain events, people, moments in history need to be rewritten to reflect a worldview that has erased God from human events.