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Green Party gets lost in the static

Green Party gets lost in the static

The election of Elizabeth May as Canada’s first-ever Green Party MP was supposed to be a breakthrough for environmental issues. Too bad she blew it.

75 years of world-class fruit

Rolling orchards full of fresh fruit are a symbol of the Okanagan and an image many immediately associate with British Columbia.
HST horror stories fade away

HST horror stories fade away

The B.C. government has released its audited public accounts for what Bill Vander Zalm enthusiasts strain to depict as Year One of the Harmonized Sales Tax Apocalypse.

Standing by our seniors

One of the most important aspects of Budget 2011, recently passed by Parliament, was our continuing efforts to support seniors and help them meet their needs.
B.C. VIEWS: When weather becomes climate

B.C. VIEWS: When weather becomes climate

My summer road trip to the B.C. Interior began as soon as the Trans-Canada Highway reopened at Chilliwack. The crew had worked through the night to clear a mudslide studded with rocks the size of Smart cars, along with a couple of actual cars.

From my heart to you:

Joel Reimer remembered
B.C. VIEWS: Asia-Pacific project marches on

B.C. VIEWS: Asia-Pacific project marches on

After meeting with Prime Minister Stephen Harper, Premier Christy Clark delivered a luncheon speech to the Economic Club of Toronto. Her big talking point was the rise of the Asia-Pacific region.

HST: fact or fiction

The HST Referendum Voters Guide has been produced and distributed to BC voters at great expense, and should have been a simple fact sheet. It is not.

Giving back

A column by MP Ron Cannan.

Contribution to learning

St. Edwards Men's Association bursaries