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Technology's closest companion: porn

Technology's closest companion: porn

Humans are like other animals, particularly mammals, in our preoccupation and enjoyment of sex.
Everybody makes mistakes sometimes

Everybody makes mistakes sometimes

We all make mistakes, but I wonder if I don't make more mistakes than most people. When I was about 11 years old, I made the mistake of throwing some stones at some kids that had a pellet gun.
Molester not an 'upstanding' citizen

Molester not an 'upstanding' citizen

Re: Man gets 14 months jail time for molesting girl. Justice Williams found Michael Scott Horswill guilty of molesting a four-year-old girl, then in the next breath he says Mr. Horswill is otherwise a "solid and upstanding member of the community.
Mackenzie curling rink to be demolished

Mackenzie curling rink to be demolished

I would like to inform the readers of The Citizen that the Council of Mackenzie has voted to proceed with construction plans too build a new community hall on the site of the existing and running curling rink.
Canada a great place to live, despite cold

Canada a great place to live, despite cold

Canada is an amazing country, and those of us who are here must consider ourselves very fortunate and blessed, and must be profusely grateful for those who came here before us, especially European settlers, who have made this such a wonderful place.
Liberals, NDP mark positions on pipeline

Liberals, NDP mark positions on pipeline

The B.C. government signed on the dotted line this week and committed to endorsing and supporting Kinder Morgan's polarizing oil-pipeline proposal from Alberta to the Lower Mainland.
Who are you really?

Who are you really?

In the modern era of identity politics, the politics can't be justified until the identity has been established. In other words, you can't talk the talk unless you walk the walk.
Piracy, murder in Rum Runners Row

Piracy, murder in Rum Runners Row

This week in Prince George history, Jan. 8-14: Jan. 14, 1926: Owen (Cannonball) Baker and Harry (Si) Sowash were hanged on the morning on Jan. 14, 1926, The Citizen reported.
Be creative to kick off the new year

Be creative to kick off the new year

Have you noticed that there seems to be a general sense of relief that 2016 is over, and everywhere one can hear nervous wishes and hopes for a better year in 2017? I had a chat with a friend yesterday about why we seem to draw a line in the sand and
Keeping resolutions real

Keeping resolutions real

There are a few hearty souls on my Facebook feed that have enthusiastically started their New Year's Resolutions.