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Opinion: Wilsons' B.C. parkland philanthropy makes sound business sense

Opinion: Wilsons' B.C. parkland philanthropy makes sound business sense

British Columbians overwhelmingly want not only more parkland, but parkland off-limits to development, parkland to be priorities for protection.
Letter to the editor: Horgan is fully honest, now that he’s retiring

Letter to the editor: Horgan is fully honest, now that he’s retiring

First Nations have been fighting with government for over a hundred years to have a seat at the table with government when industry gains access to “their traditional lands.” 
Letter to the editor: How hit-and-run drivers should be punished

Letter to the editor: How hit-and-run drivers should be punished

Please, government and justice people, when are you guys gonna wake up and fix the problem?
Geoff Johnson: The best school boards understand that student learning is job one

Geoff Johnson: The best school boards understand that student learning is job one

Wannabe school trustees should know that effective school boards are accountability driven, spending less time on operational issues and more time focused on policies to improve student achievement
Gerry Chidiac: WNBA sets the standard for professional sports

Gerry Chidiac: WNBA sets the standard for professional sports

Clearly, this is a league that understands that success is not measured by a short-term financial bottom line, that building a connection to a fan base means building trust with one’s community, both locally and globally.
Letter to the editor: Bring back the old Citizen

Letter to the editor: Bring back the old Citizen

I miss my Prince George Citizen and wish it would come back in its old form.
Neil Godbout: Stupid and smart questions to ask city council candidates

Neil Godbout: Stupid and smart questions to ask city council candidates

Their views on vaccine mandates? Stupid question. Whether they actually live in Prince George city limits? Smart question.
Letter to the editor: Conservatives don’t inspire confidence

Letter to the editor: Conservatives don’t inspire confidence

They're presenting events as though the population are only fools.
Comment: Medical evidence supports involuntary treatment

Comment: Medical evidence supports involuntary treatment

A commentary by a group of doctors who treat substance-abuse disorders in B.C.’s youth.
Comment: If doctors can opt out, we have a two-tier system

Comment: If doctors can opt out, we have a two-tier system

Doctor plans to charge patients an annual $1,500 fee after dropping out of the Medical Services Plan.