Columnists

The car key in the cupholder

My annoyance at not knowing my key’s whereabouts became an acute anxiety, when I remembered that someone had gone into my car and rifled through it, looking for loose change.

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Just before Locals Coffee House, Cranbrook, Nov. 18
    November 7 Cranbrook Week in Review
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          B.C. VIEWS: Getting past the homeless rhetoric

          Politicians treat citizens protecting neighbourhoods as the problem

          COLUMN: Summer fishing in the West Kootenay

          From fishing columnist Kerry Reed

          • Oct 5th, 2017

          The one thing that hasn’t changed

          In the almost 20 years I’ve lived in Cranbrook, one thing has remained constant

          B.C. VIEWS: Fanning fear of fire and flood

          Here’s real evidence for our record wildfire season

          Blessing all of Creation

          • Sep 29th, 2017

          B.C. VIEWS: Politicians loot public treasury

          John Horgan’s sudden reversal puts parties on welfare

          B.C. VIEWS: Plucking the golden goose

          B.C. NDP, federal Liberals raise high-earner income tax to 50%

          Concerns with the Deep State? Try the Deer State!

          What are those deer radio collars really for? And why are those red lights blinking?

          BC VIEWS: Little integrity left to protect

          Darryl Plecas taints an already shabby B.C. political scene

          Indigenous bureaucracy grows again

          B.C. offers stalled development, gambling money

          B.C’s highway rest areas are a disgrace

          I’ve got a job that should be top priority for our new Highways minister

          No easy answers in ICBC mess

          David Eby blames problems that have already been fixed

          No easy answers in ICBC mess

          David Eby blames problems that have already been fixed

          OPINION: Battle against intolerance will be fought in history classrooms

          A complete accounting of the past – not platitudes – is our best weapon against racist mistruths