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So now it is supposed to be our turn.
Some people just have difficulty being civil when they speak at these events.
If we miss one boat, we will have allowed a permanent and devastating change to B.C.’s freshwater.
An evidence-based argument can be checked by others.
Wildfire smoke is making us and our families sick. What are we going to do about it?
Not once have the people or dogs complained about the building of area amenities.
Taking water from Okanagan Lakes was the original position of the staff and council at the RDNO.
Allow me to bring this “public and personal rights” matter into a proper (shopping cart) perspective.
I must write to correct the record on some points.
Letter to the editor: Wildfire management in B.C. could be done better writes a former Ranger-in-charge
It is patently obvious that B.C. is in a crisis situation relative to wildfire control
Why do we accept this voodoo magic in our most important forum, our elected governments??
A strong plan must lower carbon pollution and incentivize clean innovation.
Thank you to Conservative MP Mel Arnold for holding a public town hall.
I would like to respond to some of their concerns.
Our day of reckoning has arrived.
This is in support of the recent letter submitted by Edith Schleiss
I am appalled that Vernon’s civic leaders showed such callous leadership for our community.
If that wasn’t so pathetic it would be funny.