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Rob Shaw: Score-settling on the minds of some as Selina Robinson turfed from cabinet

Rob Shaw: Score-settling on the minds of some as Selina Robinson turfed from cabinet

Premier calls former post-secondary minister’s dismissive remarks no small ‘screw-up’
Citizen poll results: Do you believe there should be a safe supply of drugs without a prescription to curb the number of toxic drug deaths?

Citizen poll results: Do you believe there should be a safe supply of drugs without a prescription to curb the number of toxic drug deaths?

The poll ran from January 26 to February 5. Of the 947 votes, we can determine that 503 are from within the community.
Adrian Raeside cartoon: Lessons about the Middle East

Adrian Raeside cartoon: Lessons about the Middle East

Claire Nielsen: Our psyches and media violence

Claire Nielsen: Our psyches and media violence

 It is incredulous to me that, when other parts of the world are dealing with real-life horrific experiences, our western culture is addicted to artificial violence to stimulate the adrenaline rush.
Editorial: Province, feds fixated on “emergency” powers

Editorial: Province, feds fixated on “emergency” powers

Politicians – regardless of their party or ideology – can’t resist the temptation of using government authority to silence their critics and infringe on individual rights.
Citizen poll results: Do you believe the decriminalization of drugs has led to an increase in violent crime?

Citizen poll results: Do you believe the decriminalization of drugs has led to an increase in violent crime?

Prince George Citizen polled 902 Prince George Citizen readers and asked the question: Do you believe the decriminalization of drugs has led to an increase in violent crime? The poll ran from January 26 to February 4.
Citizen poll results: Which grocery store gets the majority of your food shopping business?

Citizen poll results: Which grocery store gets the majority of your food shopping business?

The poll ran from January 23 to Feb. 3. Of the 1,121 votes, we can determine that 565 are from within the community. The full results are as follows:
Opinion: Fossil fuels hysteria not based in reality

Opinion: Fossil fuels hysteria not based in reality

Cities depend on fossil fuels and use them every day, yet some B.C. city councils want to sue fossil fuel companies for producing a product that they cannot function without.
Trevor Hancock: Fossil-fuel industry doubling down, pushing for growth

Trevor Hancock: Fossil-fuel industry doubling down, pushing for growth

In the U.S., the Biden administration approved nearly 10,000 oil and gas drilling permits on public lands in its first three years, while Donald Trump is moronically pledging to “drill baby, drill”
Geoff Johnson: Back-to-basics push about politics and the past, not the future

Geoff Johnson: Back-to-basics push about politics and the past, not the future

Ontario Education Minister Stephen Lecce thinks Ontario’s teaching of reading needs smartening up, even though Ontario ranked second overall in reading internationally and nationally