O’Toole wins leadership; now he walks the tightrope

Some say Conservative leader Erin O’Toole will govern more to fiscally conservative side.

Whispers of elections on the wind

Carolyn Grant is editor of the Kimberley Bulletin

Painful Truth: Greetings from Phase 2

Some of us never left Phase 2 of the re-opening. Some never left Phase 1.

Mitchell’s Musings: When you mix a heatwave and a pandemic

Too many questions sparked by COVID-19 amidst a heat wave for this columnist

  • Aug 23, 2020

Chris Wilkinson column: Everything has an ending

As I sit here beside my dad, holding his hand, as he prepares to take his final breaths

  • Aug 20, 2020

Catching CERB fraud in the act a lesson in staying secure

With new scams and internet fraud constantly a threat, it’s important to stay on top of accounts

Daughter pays tribute to father who died of COVID-19 with memorial in Vancouver
Federal health minister 'can't rule out' Canada in second wave
B.C. reports six deaths, 317 new cases of COVID-19 as wildfire smoke affects air quality
Canada hopes to avert new U.S. tariff war, but stands ready to fire: Champagne

‘It’s going to be very painful’: my experience getting tested for COVID-19

While it’s definitely not a comfortable experience, it’s better than being put on a ventilator

Reforming the PST can be a powerful tool to get people, businesses back to work long-term

Stronger tomorrow plan offers blueprint for job-rich recovery, says Jeff Zweig and Greg D’Avignon

  • Aug 5, 2020

Drivesmart column: To write, or not to write…

“Don’t you guys ever do anything else than write tickets?”

  • Jul 28, 2020

Reporter’s View: Licence plate hate, on the rise

Licence plate hate just didn’t start with the coronavirus.

Canada lagging in expanding role of clean energy hydrogen

“The pandemic has intensified calls for a national energy strategy … “

  • Jul 18, 2020

Traffic calming in your neighbourhood

Since the police are only part of the solution, what are the alternatives?

  • Jul 18, 2020

YOU didn’t back check …

Pro hockey player Connor Jones’ inspiring stories on life, hockey and everything in between.

  • Jul 10, 2020

Your House Has Become More Than Just Home Base

Real Estate columnist Freddy Marks notes rural property demand is growing

  • Jul 10, 2020

Wealth tax needed as gap between rich and poor grows

Cannings: Disparity between super-wealthy and the rest is much greater than previously estimated

  • Jul 7, 2020

COLUMN: Some more appropriate names for Washington NFL team

Finally, Washington’s NFL team would have a name everyone could cheer with pride

Painful Truth: The widening border

The U.S. and Canada are about to diverge, and we don’t know what it means yet

  • Jul 2, 2020

South Okanagan-West Kootenay MP talks systemic racism

MP Richard Cannings is in his second term

  • Jun 26, 2020

Thinking today about the histories of tomorrow

Robert Malcolmson is professor emeritus of history at Queen’s University. He now lives in Nelson.

The road is not your ashtray

Some people always toss their butts out the window regardless of the time of year or risk

  • Jun 25, 2020