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Letters to the Editor this week discuss the dominion coal blocks, bear resistant dumpster and tax scams.
In Fernie, it could be argued that the holiday season is not the busiest time of the year.
Richard Rosenthal, who ends his term as the head of the Independent Investigations Office next week, has this message for government.
It's an epidemic of 'mental health and addictions,' says housing minister Rich Coleman, not just bad behaviour in a welfare state
Canada stood still on the evening of Aug. 20. Everyone stopped to watch a live stream of The Tragically Hip: A National Celebration.
This week's two letters discuss dog control and public art.
Premier Christy Clark isn't going into next year's election with a promise to jack up Canada's only significant carbon tax
This week's letters discuss public art, screening exams at the Elko Sawmill and Wapiti's waste reduction program.
The editorial for Aug. 18 discusses the City's plan to participate in the task force regarding marijuana legalization on Aug. 22.
Premier Christy Clark has pulled out the duct tape to fix up rural schools, school buses and the minimum wage
This week's editorial discusses the Albertan couples that collected 15 painted turtles from B.C. to take home with them.
This week's Letters to the Editor all focus on the destruction of public art.
Indigenous Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett's position boils down to blaming racist, indifferent cops
This week's editorial discusses the 2016 Olympics, which begins on Aug. 5.
Finance Minister Mike de Jong found an extra half billion from property transfer tax last year, with much more to come
This week's Letters to the Editor focus on the local Liberal MLA nomination and the outcomes of Brexit.
This week's editorial discusses the dangers of driving on the local backroads.
Representative of Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation says it doesn't support efforts to stop oil and gas development
Expo 86, and later the Vancouver Olympics, were designed to put B.C. and Vancouver on the world map
Letters to the Editor from the June 21 issue of The Free Press.