B.C. VIEWS: Genuine aboriginal rights are misused and discredited

Camp Cloud one of long line of protests falsely asserting title

Should we pay for after-hours watering restriction complaint monitoring?

We can’t expect tickets to be issued based on someone else’s word, after all.

Column: Mother orca’s display of grief sends powerful message

The grief of this orca mother may not be visible anymore, but we must not forget.

B.C. VIEWS: Canadian cities begin to declare themselves city-states

Local politicians meddle in immigration, environment issues

B.C. VIEWS: Private health care crackdown touches painful nerve

Many people are no longer prepared to suffer in silence

Logger Sports
The Heavy games
Highland Gathering
Mystery solved! Photo reunited with owner

What the art of bonsai can teach us about the world

Wabi-sabi, the concept of transience and imperfection, in bonsai growing, journalism, and life

COLUMN: Has social media passed its peak?

Saul Klein at the University of Victoria writes about erosion of trust at Facebook and Twitter

  • Aug 2nd, 2018

B.C. VIEWS: Big unions living large in public construction-land

The boys like their steak, bosses like a beefy slush fund

B.C. VIEWS: Unions regain control of public construction

B.C.’s 40-year battle swings back to international big labour

Learning he was homeless, I invited him for coffee and Linda’s cookies.

Unpacking the realities of addiction

  • Jul 20th, 2018

B.C. VIEWS: Making private health care illegal again

Adrian Dix battles to maintain Cuba-style medical monopoly

On civility, compassion, empathy and victim blaming

River rescue this week makes me ask… ‘When did we become such jerks?’

B.C. VIEWS: Do we need another layer of green government oversight?

Foresters, engineers may not be trusted to act ethically

How an 11-year-old boy sent me on a fact-finding mission about the Trans Mountain pipeline

I learned that Mayor Andy Adams supports pipeline expansion after Sam Humphries, 11, asked me to find out

B.C. VIEWS: Cannabis Day celebration put off until October

Another government monopoly, what could go wrong?