Liabilities of a rapacious industry

Although climate change is a reality, our reliance on it to shrug off certain environmental changes is often overdone.

  • Oct 19th, 2017

B.C. VIEWS: Salmon farm smear campaign sinks

John Horgan, Lana Popham have to face reality now

Letter to the Editor: RDMC Chair has contrasting view to recent editorial

“We simply do not and cannot make decisions behind closed doors.”

Highway 19 Logging truck collision accident scene
    NISS students walk out
      North Island Midget Eagles Tanner Roberts penalty shot goal
        Windmill blade arrives in Port Hardy

          B.C. VIEWS: Getting past the homeless rhetoric

          Politicians treat citizens protecting neighbourhoods as the problem

          Great Gardens: How to be a Successful Gardener

          Want to become a successful gardener? Learn to think like a plant.

          LETTER: Scientific consensus favours human-caused warming

          Sierra Club B.C. campaigner responds to Tom Fletcher column

          • Oct 5th, 2017

          B.C. VIEWS: Fanning fear of fire and flood

          Here’s real evidence for our record wildfire season

          Kervin’s Corner: Highway Hoopla

          The Massey Tunnel and the proposed replacement project was squashed by the NDP government.

          Letter to the Editor: Municipal officials are not paid fairly for their work!

          People who choose to serve their municipality don’t do it for the money.

          Tyson’s Thoughts: Facta non verba

          Gazette readers are aware of the amount of work local government does for the North Island.

          B.C. VIEWS: Politicians loot public treasury

          John Horgan’s sudden reversal puts parties on welfare

          Letter to the Editor: RDMW chair fires back

          “I do not know a single elected official on the North Island doing what they do for the cheque.”

          Tyson’s Thoughts: Writing about writing?

          Sometimes writing can be like pulling teeth.

          A Brush with Henschel: Hardy Bay has an incredible variety of scenery

          Port Hardy is not only a very pretty place but has an incredible variety of scenery.

          Great Gardens: Ageless Gardens

          “I would agree that kids can learn a lot by growing their own food.”

          B.C. VIEWS: Plucking the golden goose

          B.C. NDP, federal Liberals raise high-earner income tax to 50%

          Tyson’s Thoughts: Don’t quit on yourself!

          It was pretty cool to see Jeff Bood win the Men’s Open after playing in it for 21 years.

          BC VIEWS: Little integrity left to protect

          Darryl Plecas taints an already shabby B.C. political scene

          Great Gardens: Celebrating Back to School

          This is the perfect time of year to plant my favourite ‘back to school’ plants.