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New columnist Auntie Says doesn’t shy away from difficult discussions
Communities fight back against ‘travelling circus’ for media
There are things that we know we don’t know. But there are also unknown unknowns.
Greens’ Andrew Weaver will want to see carbon tax increased
Kelowna garden columnist Don Burnett says today’s garden fundamentals were developed years back
Lake Country columnist asks if Jesus had power, he didn’t use it. Does that make him powerless?
In Kelowna, the xeriscape plants sell quickly so you might want to go there first
Will election promises about reducing, eliminating bridge tolls apply to new Okanagan Lake crossing?
This year I invite you to skip the chemical fertilizer and try a soil-building mulch
B.C. Liberal government opens the spending spigot in the lead-up to the provincial election.
What would your church say if human lives had no expiry date?
Ottawa blamed for delay in needed help
Lawyer Paul Hergott weighs in on the issue of consent
. I am sure that when it was first said, it was the one BEING forgiven that thought it was divine.
Lawyer Paul Hergott tackles the issues of child sexual abuse in the court system.
If I had a new dog I would call him Russ. (As in ‘this man’s new best friend’ Russ).