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Editorial comment focusing on the good odds that the Jumbo resort controversy will linger
Opinion on Castlegar BC joining other communities across the country in anti-bullying effort
Recent staffing shortfall at Castlegar ER is one example of healthcare-related concerns
Editorial comments relating to the public turnout for City budget forum
Editorial expresses gratification with relatively high number of letters
Editorial ponders when, and by whom taxi service will be continued in Castlegar and area
Editorial thoughts on the page seven story relating to director's stipends
Editorial comment stressed the value on ongoing acts of generosity
Points have been made, "Occupy" efforts need to wind down
Positive impressions from recent All-Candidates Forum
Not a lot of vitriol in Castlegar's civic campaign, so far, at least
A look at an annual event made all-too-tedious by vandalism and recreational explosives
Medical marijuana regulations need overhaul
The many facets that make up the unique culture of the Kootenay region — in particular food, music, art, and heritage — were the inspiration for a new festival set to take place in Castlegar this weekend.
Canada Day celebrations usually strike a relatively subdued tone compared to the over-the-top patriotism (some might say jingoism) that’s regularly on display at Fourth of July celebrations throughout the United States. But that doesn’t make the annual festivities north of the border any less sincere.
As of tomorrow, teachers in British Columbia will be without a contract. The agreement they signed in 2006 is set to expire today and, as things currently stand, it looks like it might be a while before a new agreement is reached.