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No official statement to media, no statement to parents and teachers. Nothing to the 500,000 kids who are missing out on their education.
This summer, the temperature isn’t the only thing heating up. The fight for Jumbo Wild is sure to heat up.
Democracy is one of the world’s most valued institutions. It gives every person a chance to voice their views through the ballot box.
Every child deserves the very best we can offer. In a province as wealthy as British Columbia, we can do so much more for our kids.
Standing up for the Kootenays is something I take seriously. Our region is the most beautiful place in the world.
I have been following these stories closely. Sixteen months ago I was in Ukraine, part of Canada’s mission to observe the national election.
The ALR is 40-years-old. Created to protect BC’s limited agricultural land for food production, the ALR is a legacy from the 1970s
Happy New Year! I hope you had a wonderful holiday season, enjoying all that our region has to offer at this time of year.
Ten years ago, we provided hundreds of low-income people with free, nutritious food to prevent hunger in our community.
Ignorance is bliss they say. If you don’t know about something, you don’t worry about it, see a problem that needs fixing, or take action.
This week, kindergardeners are stepping foot inside our local schools for the first time.
On June 12, all NDP members of British Columbia’s Legislative Assembly were sworn in as the Official Opposition to BC’s government.
On February 19, the new Jumbo municipality had its first council meeting.
In our fast-paced world, however, we often forget that it also takes time.
Over the holiday season, many of us reflect upon the things for which we are grateful.
Labour Day long weekend has come and gone, and students are now back in classes.
Before July 12, most people had never heard of Johnsons Landing
Do you ever find yourself frustrated with politics and those who’ve been elected? Many do. I do too, and I am one of them.
For 20 years the vast majority of Kootenay residents have been clear about a resort proposed right in the middle of the region.
For the past two years, I have been receiving many phone calls and letters about the DriveABLE program.