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Editorial Cartoon: May 4, 2011

Editorial Cartoon: May 4, 2011

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Editorial: Seismic shift

Stephen Harper asked Canadians for a majority and that’s what they gave him in the May 2 federal election. Harper’s Conservatives will rule in Parliament with 167 seats.

Editorial: Barge boondoggle

City of Powell River officials begin widespread public consultation on the liquid waste management plan with a fresh example of the downside of public-private partnerships in the forefront.
Editorial Cartoon: April 27, 2011

Editorial Cartoon: April 27, 2011

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Editorial: Restoring rights

Teachers across the province are celebrating a BC Supreme Court ruling that found a provincial law unconstitutional.

Editorial: Voting matters

What started out as an election nobody seemed to want has turned into one of the more exciting campaigns in recent years. What has caused all the buzz? It seems to be voter engagement.

Letters to the Editor: April 27, 2011

Go vote The Canadian democratic process can work for you and your community [“Riding becomes battle between nine,” April 20].

Viewpoint: Faculty demands disappointing

by Robin Kenyon, Don Hubbard and Jane Gregory Recently, we have watched and read the local news regarding Vancouver Island University (VIU) and the Vancouver Island University Faculty Association’s efforts to obtain an agreement through the collectiv

Editorial: Choices change

Go green. Sustainable living. Organic. Natural. Eco-friendly. Environmentally sound. Renewable. Carbon footprint. Buy local. There are many catch phrases that have seeped into our daily lexicon over the last 10 or even five years.
Editorial Cartoon: April 20, 2011

Editorial Cartoon: April 20, 2011

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