Opinion

Indigenous bureaucracy grows again

B.C. offers stalled development, gambling money

Former faller says wildfire response mismanaged

The initial firefighters should be loggers and first responders living in the same area as the fire

  • Sep 2nd, 2017

A Brush with Henschel: The Seventh Wave

I’ve tried to capture the excitement in this painting I’ve named, “The Seventh Wave”.

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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

          Speed and weed aren’t helping ICBC

          Readers call for electronic enforcement, car insurance competition

          • Aug 31st, 2017

          B.C’s highway rest areas are a disgrace

          I’ve got a job that should be top priority for our new Highways minister

          No easy answers in ICBC mess

          David Eby blames problems that have already been fixed

          Hanna’s Highlight: Libraries are the future

          I am now passionate about libraries and what they can do for communities.

          Letter to the Editor: The Liberal government of 1923 manufactured a social problem in a suspect manner.

          “There is a new drug in the schedule” was altered to add, “cannabis indica”.

          No easy answers in ICBC mess

          David Eby blames problems that have already been fixed

          Great Gardens: Plants as Gifts

          Give plants that make a statement about the occasion or the person you are celebrating.

          A Brush with Henschel: Johnstone Strait Traffic

          Gordon Henschel brings Gazette readers “The whales and the mountains.”

          Tyson’s Thoughts: Legalize it already

          The revenue from legal marijuana sales will be used to address public health and addictions issues.

          Killing bears, one way or another

          B.C. hunters speak out about grizzly hunt, wildlife management

          • Aug 23rd, 2017

          Gazette History Minute: Archives aid family in searching for deceased relative

          The Davisons wanted to know more about their relative and the place he lived.

          Tyson’s Thoughts: Queen of the North Memories

          Gazette Editor Tyson Whitney reflects on his summer spent working on the Queen of the North.

          OPINION: Battle against intolerance will be fought in history classrooms

          A complete accounting of the past – not platitudes – is our best weapon against racist mistruths

          Grizzly hunt ban aims at cities

          John Horgan’s NDP rushes announcement to raise money

          Tyson’s Thoughts: The Great Donut Caper

          19 years ago, a box of Tim Horton’s donuts mysteriously disappeared.

          Letter to the Editor: Humankind is overdue for an alien invasion

          An interesting perspective on humanity from Frank Sterle Jr.

          Debate of national anthem lyrics is ‘moot’

          Making the lyrics more inclusive does not reject tradition, but respects it