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Survey: Majority of British Columbians back wider use of speed enforcement technology

Survey: Majority of British Columbians back wider use of speed enforcement technology

Since 2018, Research Co. and Glacier Media have asked British Columbians about automated speed enforcement.
Diane Nakamura: Prince George resident recalls his time living on the streets

Diane Nakamura: Prince George resident recalls his time living on the streets

Dan attributes not getting into the hard drugs as one of the main reasons he was able to leave the homeless lifestyle.
Letter to the editor: Concerns with some council candidates

Letter to the editor: Concerns with some council candidates

These Council hopefuls are coming from a School Board the Special Advisors found was overseeing a system lacking in trust and authentic engagement in decision making.
Daniel Sims: What might a future under King Charles look like?

Daniel Sims: What might a future under King Charles look like?

One wonders what the third Charles will be known for, if anything.
Arthur Williams: Prince George should consider using wards to elect city council

Arthur Williams: Prince George should consider using wards to elect city council

The city is outgrowing its current at-large system for electing city councillors.
Todd Whitcombe: Poilievre panders to lowest common denominator

Todd Whitcombe: Poilievre panders to lowest common denominator

In his acceptance speech, he promised to keep more money, more of your hard-earned dollars, and he would beat down Liberal inflation. What hogwash. 
Most Canadians indifferent to British monarchy, untouched by Queen's death: poll

Most Canadians indifferent to British monarchy, untouched by Queen's death: poll

OTTAWA — A new poll suggests that while many Canadians plan to watch Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral next week, the vast majority have not been personally impacted by her passing and feel no attachment to the monarchy.
Letter to the editor: There is a better use for local youth jail, says former director

Letter to the editor: There is a better use for local youth jail, says former director

Sixty-bed facility should provide treatment and program options for its vulnerable population, says Stan Hyatt
Jack Knox: If they have to close shop anyway, why not Sunday?

Jack Knox: If they have to close shop anyway, why not Sunday?

It wasn’t until 1980 that then-premier Bill Bennett eased the ban on Sunday shopping.
An updated inventory of long-haul inflation implications and angst

An updated inventory of long-haul inflation implications and angst

Many things are worrisome about substantial, sustained increases in the cost of living and borrowing.