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Survey: British Columbians struggling to recover financial health in wake of pandemic

Survey: British Columbians struggling to recover financial health in wake of pandemic

A significant proportion of residents are struggling to make ends meet in British Columbia.
Neil Godbout: Prince George needs big ideas and no fear

Neil Godbout: Prince George needs big ideas and no fear

We need a new generation of local dreamers and drivers to tackle the current impossible problems.
Neil Godbout: Can Prince George residents clean up abandoned homeless camps?

Neil Godbout: Can Prince George residents clean up abandoned homeless camps?

This kind of work would have to be done carefully, out of health concerns from handling potentially toxic materials, and also with sensitivity, to avoid personal conflicts and seizing belongings of vulnerable individuals.
James Steidle: Monopoly to blame for milk, eggs shortage in Prince George

James Steidle: Monopoly to blame for milk, eggs shortage in Prince George

It somehow makes sense to truck raw milk from the remaining northern dairies to the Lower Mainland, put it in jugs, and ship it all the way back up north, the climate and northern jobs be damned. 
Nathan Giede: ‘I will not comply, I will demand an explanation’

Nathan Giede: ‘I will not comply, I will demand an explanation’

The way out from here begins with one’s own mind, heart, and will, an invisible stance that manifests in the flesh with conviction.
Opinion: For clear answers to complex problems, consider engaging in a chat with Chat

Opinion: For clear answers to complex problems, consider engaging in a chat with Chat

2023, meet ChatGPT.
Jack Knox: Happy New Year, but watch that drunk-driving U-turn

Jack Knox: Happy New Year, but watch that drunk-driving U-turn

Survey finds number of Canadians who admit to drinking and driving has increased
Gerry Chidiac: New Year's is a good time to question personal beliefs

Gerry Chidiac: New Year's is a good time to question personal beliefs

If we display integrity and care for our neighbour, if we put away our selfish interests and sincerely try to create win-win scenarios, we will be successful. 
Letter to the editor: Globalization and privatization ‘crazy and really stupid’

Letter to the editor: Globalization and privatization ‘crazy and really stupid’

Many firms which were once publicly-run, and were real financial assets for BC citizens, don’t belong to us anymore. Now we hire private, more costly firms, and tax dollars go to private pockets.
Letter to the editor: Lack of highway cell coverage a safety issue

Letter to the editor: Lack of highway cell coverage a safety issue

A traveller unable to reliably summon help is a traveller already in danger.
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