Letter to the Editor

Deer will hang around a chosen spot year after year especially in an urban area, writes Chuck Jean. Photo: Sienna Boucher

‘We can do a better job of deer management’ in B.C.

Letter from Chuck Jean, West Kelowna

  • Jul 5, 2022

 

Minister Steven Guilbeault. Photo: Alex Tétreault

Plastic pollution in Canada: The time for action is now

“With the proper tools and rules in place, a better, greener, and more circular economy awaits.”

  • Jul 3, 2022

 

Follow Pride Trail on Instagram @pridetrail. Image: Pride Trail BC

Pride Trail holding event June 18

Letter from Pride Trail BC

  • Jun 12, 2022

 

“Canadians could soon be eating some unreported, unknown GM foods that have not been assessed for safety by Health Canada,” writes Lucy Sharratt, coordinator, Canadian Biotechnology Action Network. Photo: Diana Polekhina/Unsplash

Letter: Speak up before GM food regulation nixed

Letter from Lucy Sharratt, coordinator, Canadian Biotechnology Action Network

  • Jun 5, 2022
“Canadians could soon be eating some unreported, unknown GM foods that have not been assessed for safety by Health Canada,” writes Lucy Sharratt, coordinator, Canadian Biotechnology Action Network. Photo: Diana Polekhina/Unsplash
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LETTER: Creston’s non-profits need new energy

Most of our non-profits are peopled by older members, often women, and often retired

  • May 24, 2022
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‘Do not spend any more of our taxpayer dollars on this ludicrous proposal’

Letter from Allen Yeske, Christina Lake

  • May 19, 2022
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‘Over 3 months and still no bus’

Letter from Jennifer McCaw, Winlaw

  • May 19, 2022
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Argenta forest. Photo: Joe Foy/wilderness committee
Argenta forest. Photo: Joe Foy/wilderness committee
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Adding, subtracting or dividing B.C. constituencies

Letter from Ernie Slump, Penticton

  • May 19, 2022
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‘Support a health-based approach to drug use’

Letter to the Editor from Diana Daghofer, co-chair Trail Community Action Team

  • May 15, 2022
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Zoe Gottwald lost her left leg, below the knee, due to a lawn mower accident. “With lawn cutting season here, I want every kid across the country to know they should never be around lawn mowers,” writes the War Amps teen-aged ambassador who hails from Alberta.

Canada War Amp Champ: ‘Never be near lawnmowers’

Message from Zoe Gottwald, 16, CHAMP ambassador

  • May 11, 2022
Zoe Gottwald lost her left leg, below the knee, due to a lawn mower accident. “With lawn cutting season here, I want every kid across the country to know they should never be around lawn mowers,” writes the War Amps teen-aged ambassador who hails from Alberta.
There are signs up at the Christina Lake Day use park at the south end of the lake, outlining development plans for campsites in this location. “This will impact people in the local area for park usage, and does not benefit local day use picnickers to the lake.” Photo: Submitted

Red flags raised over changes at Christina Lake public beach

Letter to the Editor from K. B. Gresley-Jones, Christina Lake

  • May 10, 2022
There are signs up at the Christina Lake Day use park at the south end of the lake, outlining development plans for campsites in this location. “This will impact people in the local area for park usage, and does not benefit local day use picnickers to the lake.” Photo: Submitted
“CCUS includes carbon capture and sequestration, atmospheric decarbonization, and capturing atmospheric carbon dioxide for profitable uses.” Photo: Unsplash

‘Carbon capture: sustainable or scam?’

Letter to the Editor from Robert Macrae

  • May 5, 2022
“CCUS includes carbon capture and sequestration, atmospheric decarbonization, and capturing atmospheric carbon dioxide for profitable uses.” Photo: Unsplash
“If you are walking along the highway towards the mall, I’d suggest wearing earplugs, muffs, or noise-cancelling headgear.” Photo: Unsplash

Nothing but noise

Letter to the Editor

  • May 5, 2022
“If you are walking along the highway towards the mall, I’d suggest wearing earplugs, muffs, or noise-cancelling headgear.” Photo: Unsplash
The past year has been mired with third-party investigations involving the conduct of city council members — costing Trail taxpayers $420,000+ to date. “After you boil this pot of venison stew, you realize this is one expensive meal for the town,” writes Don Birkenes, of Trail. Photo: Frank Zhang on Unsplash

‘One expensive meal for the town’

Letter to the Editor from Don Birkenes of Trail

  • May 4, 2022
The past year has been mired with third-party investigations involving the conduct of city council members — costing Trail taxpayers $420,000+ to date. “After you boil this pot of venison stew, you realize this is one expensive meal for the town,” writes Don Birkenes, of Trail. Photo: Frank Zhang on Unsplash
Selkirk College, Castlegar campus. Photo: File

The ‘secrets’ of Selkirk College

Letter to the Editor from Robert Macrae

  • Apr 21, 2022
Selkirk College, Castlegar campus. Photo: File
In North America, domestic cats kill hundreds of millions of wild birds and mammals each year. Photo of injured bird: BC SPCA

Keep your cat indoors, protect vulnerable bird populations

Letter to the Editor from Janis Allsop of Trail

  • Apr 12, 2022
In North America, domestic cats kill hundreds of millions of wild birds and mammals each year. Photo of injured bird: BC SPCA
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‘Generosity starts at home’

Donation to Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital prompts Letter to the Editor

  • Apr 10, 2022
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“This coming April 11, I strongly recommend the city council vote in favor of Trail’s transition to 100 per cent renewable energy by 2050.” Photo: Unsplash

‘Trail must transition to 100 per cent renewable energy’

Letter from Grant Bennett of Trail

  • Apr 7, 2022
“This coming April 11, I strongly recommend the city council vote in favor of Trail’s transition to 100 per cent renewable energy by 2050.” Photo: Unsplash
“It took months before that absentee landlord came to attend to the mess, and only because I continued to ask the tenants about it,” writes Samuel Beckett. Photo: Unsplash

The problem with absentee landlords in Trail

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  • Mar 24, 2022
“It took months before that absentee landlord came to attend to the mess, and only because I continued to ask the tenants about it,” writes Samuel Beckett. Photo: Unsplash