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Columnist Al Lehmann says common experience between people can be hard to come by, but is necessary to solve our mutual problems
P.T. Barnum once said, no one ever went broke under estimating the intelligence of people. Sad, but true, says northwest B.C. writer.
By not addressing climate change, America and the Trump Government is costing us all, says Terrace B.C. writer.
I recently had coffee with one of Terrace’s Syrian refugees. He and his family waited in a refugee camp for four years before coming here
Let's follow the thread from rudimentary phone to these odd thinking machines we call smartphones
Northwest B.C. writer challenges this generation for how quickly people take offense and wonders if it helps to tiptoe around words.
Would a shared council for Terrace, B.C. and Thornhill be a more efficient way to administer the common interests of both communities?
Businesses give a lot to community initiatives in Terrace B.C. and some receive as high as seven or eight requests for local sponsorship.
Perhaps the best way to address the problem of brownfields is to somehow inject a bit of common sense into the whole brownfield industry.
Terrace and the northwest will remain strapped for cash until there is more investment here
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced a decision that killed off the already mortally wounded Enbridge Northern Gateway Project.
Buying shoes can be a terrifying experience for the unprepared
Guest Columnist Steve Smyth hopes people won't go silent on the homelessness situation in Terrace, B.C.
BC Liberals as cynical as ever, Greens and NDP target industry with endangered species legislation
Health Minister Terry Lake blames Ottawa for delay in increasing care home staff, but that doesn't add up
Labour groups claim paid donations to supply plasma-derived drugs are a health hazard, but BC already uses them from the U.S.
Premier Christy Clark and Finance Minister Mike de Jong said MSP premiums send an important signal. Not any more
Could some version of the harmonized sales tax return to B.C.? If Christy Clark is re-elected, it's possible
Log exports to China have surged along with lumber sales, which are far more valuable and keep sawmills going
Ottawa has more than 140 programs to encourage innovation, and B.C. is getting on the bandwagon