Opinion

LETTER: U.S. foundations protecting salmon

Representative of Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation says it doesn't support efforts to stop oil and gas development

  • Jul 28th, 2016

Letters Hotel owners ask to delay roundabout construction

Owners of the Monashee Lodge and Days Inn are upset about the rapid start of construction on the roundabout.

  • Aug 16th, 2016

LETTERS: On oil tankers, fuel barges and cruise ships

Readers from Bella Bella to Victoria respond to Tom Fletcher's column on reaction to the sinking of a tugboat on B.C.'s Central Coast

  • Oct 25th, 2016
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        Letter: Annexation “referenDUMB” a “waste of taxpayers money”

        Andy Parkin, a leader of the Catherwood annexation counter-petition, calls the referendum a waste of money.

        • Feb 1st, 2017

        Letter: Former councillor criticizes 2017 City of Revelstoke budget

        Gary Starling writes that council should be looking at service levels and which ones we can either do without or scale them well back.

        • Apr 26th, 2017

        Letter: Mayor using “unwritten rules” on vacation rentals

        The message seems to be if you want to stay in business illegally, go with Revelstoke Vacation Rentals, writes Michael Brooks-Hill

        • Mar 27th, 2017

        Letter: Time to take a hard look at development

        Allen McInnes says its time to look at the impacts of all the development happening around Revelstoke.

        • Feb 10th, 2017

        Letter: Tough vacation rental enforcement needed

        City of Revelstoke needs to have tough enforcement policies on vacation rentals

        • Apr 13th, 2017

        Letter: Truck companies need to be held responsible

        The number of fatalities on the Highway 1 east and west of Revelstoke is atrocious. It is also preventable, writes Shendra Kelly

        • Mar 27th, 2017

        A 56-million-year-old lesson in climate change

        A massive release of carbon into the atmosphere can trigger cataclysmic events.

        Documents strike at heart of denial machine

        "These groups share a lack of transparency and an agenda to promote corporate interests at the expense of human health, the environment..."

        Speak out for the environment and democracy

        National event on June 4 rallies against Harper government efforts to demonize and silence legitimate organizations and charities

        The twisted logic, and ethics, of nature’s opponents

        Some industry supporters claim that U.S. foundations are threatening Canadian policy by donating money to environmental groups here...

        They say radical; we say rational

        We’re not about to quit oil cold turkey. Does that mean we should continue with business as usual?

        What’s so radical about caring for the Earth?

        Caring about the air, water, and land that give us life.

        Another day, another pipeline spill

        A recent pipeline leak sent 475,000 litres of oil into Alberta’s Red Deer River. It could have been worse; nothing was being pumped...

        China deal and budget sacrifice democracy to short-term goals

        Why, when so many people oppose the Northern Gateway pipeline, would government resort to extreme measures to push it through?

        Let’s resolve to make it a real Happy New Year

        Improving the bottom line on our gross national happiness in 2013

        Our energy future requires leaders with bold vision

        B.C.’s Christy Clark was right to walk away from a national energy strategy — but for the wrong reasons.

        Pipeline approval flies in the face of democracy and global warming

        Approval of Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline was expected, but flies in face of democracy and global warming, writes David Suzuki.