Editorial

EDITORIAL: Decision made, debate continues

The issue of town hall meetings in Vernon has been in the spotlight before and it took centre stage at council once again this week

Rally behind being responsible

EDITORIAL: Recent rain a welcome relief on all fronts

EDITORIAL: Stickle process not very transparent

The phrase, “Government for the people,” is often bandied about, but that certainly wasn’t evident at a public open house Wednesday

A big thank you to our firefighters

Communities often take firefighters, like all emergency personnel, for granted. But the last few days have demonstrated that we shouldn’t

Aboriginal Day a time to celebrate

EDITORIAL: On top of Father's Day, today is also National Aboriginal Day

Wheel your way to work

EDITORIAL: Bike to Work and School campaign launches in Polson Park today

Broad debate needed on water

EDITORIAL: There’s no question that some residents are frustrated with how Greater Vernon’s water utility is being handleD

Safety top of mind this weekend

EDITORIAL: enforcements ramping up this May long weekend in order to ensure everyone has a fun and safe holiday

Forest fire season arrives early

EDITORIAL: enjoy the long weekend, but do it responsibly

Mom deserves the best, always

Mom quite literally brought you into this world, so it’s no wonder there is so much attention put on these lovely ladies today.

EDITORIAL: NDP spells victory next door

The polls said it could happen, actually that it would happen, but still nobody really believed it was going to happen. Until it did.

EDITORIAL: Ministry process lacking on Stickle

Residents and businesses along the Swan Lake corridor just found out earlier this week that the ministry is holding an open house

Playoff hockey returns home

EDITORIAL: Playoff hockey is returning to Canada in a big way

Water access boosts economy

EDITORIAL: It’s unfortunate politicians spent so much time debating a fairly straight forward request

EDITORIAL: Rally highlights need for change

The 30 people who gathered in front of the Vernon Courthouse Tuesday brought a sense of urgency for their call for justice

EDITORIAL: RDNO budget a positive sign

The Regional District of North Okanagan appears to be taking a distinct financial approach

EDITORIAL: Water vote is over, move on

Anxiety and downright hostility towards Greater Vernon’s failed $70 million water referendum overshadowing GVAC

EDITORIAL: Lumby’s movie stance surprising

Lumby officials aren’t budging from their long-standing policy of not pumping even a nickel into the Okanagan Film Commission

EDITORIAL: School districts left in the dark

School districts learned that they have to cut administrative costs over the next two years; in Vernon, that's about $850,000

City hall begging for public feedback

EDITORIAL: A pathetic 17 were actually filled out and returned customer satisfaction survey