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Whether sitting at home, out for a walk, shopping, or attending a council meeting, the mayor’s responsibilities rest with the incumbent 24/7
Province ignoring the courts in its dispute with teachers
More creativity is needed to address concerns of teachers at a local level in Terrace and other municipalities
A two-round vote in certain ridings is the solution to disproportionality
A deeper reading of the survey results gathered from Terrace businesses for Enbridge project raises interesting questions
Laissez-faire government attitude towards Terrace housing means onus is on companies to build new homes.
Top down imposed election times are simply undemocratic
Few labels irritate me more than being referred to as a taxpayer, and having the money governments spend referred to as taxpayers’ dollars.
Columnist Andre Carrel doesn't want to abolish the Senate
Columnist André Carrel ponders this, and more, while having a pacemaker installed – and offers his heartfelt thanks to those who helped him
The contract arising from childbirth is between parent and child, not between mother and father.
Was our senate meant to be a chamber of sober second thought or a retirement home for political hamsters?
The history of regulations goes back to the early civilizations of Greece and Egypt.
The question of whether to abolish or elect the Senate tends to flare up in the wake of a crass partisan appointment or abuse of privilege.
Carrel takes a look back at how a recognized gas company became engulfed in a new anonymous world.
Once every four years citizens are offered a brief reprieve from the responsibility of endless decisions
Unwavering commitment worth every little person’s weight in gold
Living in one building would be one way to guarantee attendance
Change is not impossible but it is indeed a tall order
Election messages can be manipulated for very specific groups of voters