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Washington offers look at pot future

Washington offers look at pot future

The first guy through the pot shop door Wednesday morning figured he had good reason to buy a joint. "I woke up to Trump as president," he said. Which, according to Washington state law, is a perfectly valid reason for getting high.
EI benefits not enough to live on

EI benefits not enough to live on

It is out of extreme displeasure for the Employment Insurance system we have in British Columbia that I am writing this.
Environment to be a factor in B.C. election

Environment to be a factor in B.C. election

When a British Monarch dies, there is a chant arising from the populace which goes something like "The King is dead. Long live the King.
Strange partners

Strange partners

Picture this: Rachel Notley and Donald Trump shaking hands, smiling big for the cameras and praising each other for their commitment to growing the economy, creating jobs and Making Alberta/America Great Again. Don't dismiss the idea.
Fall work makes spring a breeze

Fall work makes spring a breeze

The recent mild temperatures have been welcomed by many of us, as we are still able to work outdoors and get a head start on next spring. In our yard at home, we have been able to cut all the perennials back to 10 to 15 centimetres from the ground.
Remembering their sacrifice

Remembering their sacrifice

This week we have remembered and honoured those who have served and fought on our behalf to keep our country free and protect other vulnerable people. Many have paid the ultimate price, sacrificing their lives for us.
Endless Trump bashing

Endless Trump bashing

Along with the general horror and disdain for Donald Trump previously expressed in the Citizen, Mr.
Pollsters missed the nuances and the context for U.S. election

Pollsters missed the nuances and the context for U.S. election

Well the American election has come to an end...almost... and Donald Trump will be the next President of the United States.
Through the lens

Through the lens

As he did when the news media, the pollsters and Citizen editorials got it all wrong about the 2013 provincial election, local resident Paul Serup was quick to write in Wednesday, in the wake of Donald Trump's victory in the U.S.
Prince George had a dynamite Halloween

Prince George had a dynamite Halloween

This week in Prince George history, Nov. 6-12: Nov. 7, 1966: An editorial in The Citizen praised the self-restraint of police during a near-riot and vandalism spree on Halloween.