Editorials

Editorial: Orange shirts and memories

Memories are fickle things. Good or bad, some fade in time, while…

  • Oct 5, 2017

Every child matters, everyday

Orange Shirt Day is a reminder to all of us to adopt inclusion into our lives year-round

  • Sep 29, 2017

Editorial: Spreading the ‘eat local’ philosophy

The bounty of the Shuswap is well known by those who live…

  • Sep 19, 2017
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Chief Atahm school opening
Dangerous semi pass on Highway 1
Abandoned campfire extinguished
Sicamous sells Old Town Road signs

Opinion: Landlords request too much information

With Kelowna’s low vacancy rate, landlords are taking advantage of tenant’s personal information

Cost to removing tolls

The removal of bridge tolls in the Lower Mainland opens questions about…

  • Aug 30, 2017

EDITORIAL: Racism is not OK

In light of violence south of border, we must all speak out against hate, intolerance and racism

Debate of national anthem lyrics is ‘moot’

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

Editorial: Searching for solutions

The impact of the opioid crisis can be seen with disturbing clarity…

  • Jun 15, 2017

Relay harnesses generosity

Cancer brought people together in Salmon Arm once again – to grieve,…

  • Jun 14, 2017

Lumby Days breaks up flood stress

The event comes at a perfect time to give flood-affected residents are break

  • Jun 9, 2017

Salary train going in circles

The salaries of politicians are always a political hot potato. There’s something…

  • May 31, 2017

Honouring the fallen on National Day of Mourning

National Day of Mourning asks us all to remember those who have fallen

  • Apr 28, 2017

EDITORIAL: Rail purchase a good move

Public ownership of the rail line from Spallumcheen to Sicamous will be beneficial

  • Apr 2, 2017

Daylight saving past its time

The hour is now to bring in year-round standard time once and for all.

  • Mar 14, 2017

EDITORIAL: Fentanyl crisis must unite us

It comes as no surprise that the Shuswap Nation Tribal Council is sounding the alarm over 15 to 20 deaths

  • Mar 12, 2017