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Viewpoint: Humour helps brighten each day

by Daniel Rajala Many people such as me go through a lot of stress in this society and have had to find many different coping mechanisms to help.
Editorial Cartoon: April 2, 2014

Editorial Cartoon: April 2, 2014

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Viewpoint: Program cuts costly to community

by Pam Kenny In response to “Hospice volunteer program faces uncertainty,” March 12, I am grateful to the reporter for the informed article and to the hospice volunteers for bringing to the region’s attention the void in services after the cut by Pow
Editorial Cartoon: March 26, 2014

Editorial Cartoon: March 26, 2014

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Letters to the Editor: March 26, 2014

Hospice program suffers I write in response to your article “Hospice volunteer program faces uncertainty,” March 12. This program was running extremely well under the umbrella of Powell River and District Home Support Society.

Editorial: Up in smoke

It is neither reasonable nor responsible to create opportunity, infrastructure and regulation for a small business sector and then rip the carpet out from under all who’ve gathered to make an honest go of it.
Viewpoint: Recycling policy presents threat

Viewpoint: Recycling policy presents threat

by Peter Kvarnstrom British Columbians have every right to be proud of our world-leading recycling program, built right here in this province.
Editorial Cartoon: March 19, 2014

Editorial Cartoon: March 19, 2014

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Editorial: 'Fall' fashion

It turns out that the single biggest reason for people opting not to wear a bicycle helmet is that they do not look cool or fashionable.

Letters to the Editor: March 19, 2014

Ponderings It occurs to me that, although we are basically free from “fear and intimidation” in our government, we are mainly ruled by our politicians using two basic tried and true methods, these being manipulation and gullibility.