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It's up to us now

So you know those shiny, new golf clubs you've been eyeing since the mid-1990s?

Mining woes deep

In recent reports, the Mining Association of British Columbia (MABC) correctly points out investment in mineral exploration is down in B.C. Like other sectors in B.C., the mining industry is looking to the new government to help reverse its fortunes.

Let's end the charade

Here we go again.

Campbell challenge: clean the water

Well, at the time of writing, we're waiting for Gordon Campbell's cabinet announcements. As an environmental advocate, I am especially interested in his appointments related to water and industry.

MLA payoffs begin

The election is over and now the taxpayer payoffs begin for departing MLAs.

At the trough

Soooey, soooey. We can see our members of Parliament waddling up to the public trough now. Some will gleefully lead the way while others will give the appearance of self-righteous indignation.

Best possible budget

School District 73 trustees went from facing a district-wide shutdown to saving 16 jobs in 30 minutes Monday evening.

Campbell got our vote but not our trust

I've never belonged to any political party but, given my public activities as an environmental advocate, it's probably obvious I lean to the left.

Good luck Gordon

He finally made it but will he last?

Krueger a busy man

The polls had been closed no longer than an hour Wednesday night and Kamloops-North Thompson MLA Kevin Krueger firmly planted his foot in his mouth.