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Opinion: Dare to be smarter

Just say no works for more than just substance abuse

  • Jan 18th, 2018

Facing reality of death, B.C. man learns real meaning of life

Even while preparing for the end, something inside Keven Drews won’t let him stop living

Wife woes

A weekly family column for the 100 Mile Free Press

MICHAELS: Bad McAd leaves a bad taste in my mouth

“If you are trying to figure out how to spend that fiver, consider taking a moment to unplug from the trite network of now and 15-seconds-from-now…”

Game nerves

A regular sports commentary column by Brendan Kyle Jure

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B.C. announces anti-racism funding for prevention, education

B.C. VIEWS: Politicians pose on plastic bags

Virtue signalling distracts from local government performance

A brand new year

A weekly family column for the 100 Mile Free Press

B.C. VIEWS: John Horgan on forests and fires

Premier to tackle log shortages, exports and Interior ‘super-mills’

B.C. VIEWS: In 2018, ideology meets reality

Site C only the start of hard choices for Premier John Horgan

First annual Christmas deep fry?

A weekly family column for the 100 Mile Free Press

B.C. VIEWS: John Horgan on housing, child care

Premier faces costly urban issues, including marijuana legalization

Winter wonder danger

A weekly family column for the 100 Mile Free Press

B.C. VIEWS: 2017 is the year of the B.C. Green Party

Andrew Weaver’s shifting priorities shape politics for 2018

B.C. VIEWS: John Horgan on election reform

NDP joins Greens in bid for proportional representation

Grandpa’s antics

A weekly family column for the 100 Mile Free Press

B.C. VIEWS: B.C. Liberal battle getting bitter

Front-runners Andrew Wilkinson, Todd Stone target Dianne Watts

Flat tires

A weekly family column for the 100 Mile Free Press

  • Dec 10th, 2017

Liberal leadership hopeful takes advantage of outside lane

Dianne Watts discusses motivation and priorities

  • Dec 9th, 2017

B.C. VIEWS: Untold stories of B.C. salmon farms

Indigenous people defend their jobs against constant protests