Opinion

A commercial truck headed through a flooded section of 208th Street near 102B Avenue north of Walnut Grove on Wednesday morning. Rain had stopped but multiple roads were still closed or partly flooded. (Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance Times)

EDITORIAL: Preparing for potential flooding

Unusual weather conditions could affect properties

  • Apr 12, 2022
A commercial truck headed through a flooded section of 208th Street near 102B Avenue north of Walnut Grove on Wednesday morning. Rain had stopped but multiple roads were still closed or partly flooded. (Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance Times)
Photo credit: Harold Schock, School District 53.

Holm: Electric school buses and save the planet

Margaret Holm writes about solutions to global warming

  • Apr 12, 2022
Photo credit: Harold Schock, School District 53.
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LETTER: Humans are causing climate change

Last seven years have been hottest on record

  • Apr 11, 2022
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The Forum was half full for the Grizzlies first home game of the regular season. Pre-season games saw only 250 fans, however, provincial regulations allowed for 50 per cent capacity for the regular season. Fans wore masks when moving around, but not at their seats. (Jocelyn Doll-Revelstoke Review)

Piercey’s Playboook: The view from the press box

A review of this year’s hockey season from the play-by-play commentator

The Forum was half full for the Grizzlies first home game of the regular season. Pre-season games saw only 250 fans, however, provincial regulations allowed for 50 per cent capacity for the regular season. Fans wore masks when moving around, but not at their seats. (Jocelyn Doll-Revelstoke Review)
This image from the trailer of the 2021 Punjabi film <em>Honsla Rakh</em> was filmed in Surrey’s Brownsville Bar Park with New Westminster and the iconic Skybridge in the background. <em>Honsla Rakh</em> is a rom-com featuring superstar Diljit Dosanjh set in Vancouver and Surrey. Since its release, it has become one of the highest-grossing Punjabi films of all time. (Diljit Dosanjh/YouTube)

Cole’s Notes: B.C. could be the main star in films – but we can play any role

Film is a multi-billion dollar industry in B.C., but we rarely play ourselves on-screen

This image from the trailer of the 2021 Punjabi film <em>Honsla Rakh</em> was filmed in Surrey’s Brownsville Bar Park with New Westminster and the iconic Skybridge in the background. <em>Honsla Rakh</em> is a rom-com featuring superstar Diljit Dosanjh set in Vancouver and Surrey. Since its release, it has become one of the highest-grossing Punjabi films of all time. (Diljit Dosanjh/YouTube)
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward

EDITORIAL: Rising gas prices are here to stay

The sudden rise in fuel prices has prompted some to ask why our fuel prices are so high

  • Apr 4, 2022
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward
B.C. provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry speaks during a COVID-19 update news conference. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

LETTER: Relaxing of COVID measures ‘reckless,’ says doctors group

B.C. doctors says public health measures failing residents

  • Apr 4, 2022
B.C. provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry speaks during a COVID-19 update news conference. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck
Portrait of stray dirty cat outdoors

Okanagan Humane Society: Saving lives of local animals

Column from the Okanagan Humane Society

  • Apr 4, 2022
Portrait of stray dirty cat outdoors
Provincial health officer, Dr. Bonnie Henry, puts on her protective mask after releasing details about a COVID-19 vaccination card that will be needed by anyone wanting to eat in restaurants, visit theatres or go to other events. She made the announcement at a news conference at the B.C. legislature in Victoria on Monday, Aug. 23, 2021. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chad Hipolito

HENRY: The goal amid COVID is to never need a mask mandate or event limits again

‘We used masks in combination with our other layers to give us the protection we needed’

  • Apr 1, 2022
Provincial health officer, Dr. Bonnie Henry, puts on her protective mask after releasing details about a COVID-19 vaccination card that will be needed by anyone wanting to eat in restaurants, visit theatres or go to other events. She made the announcement at a news conference at the B.C. legislature in Victoria on Monday, Aug. 23, 2021. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chad Hipolito
Woman getting gas.

COLUMN: The cost of a 50-litre purchase

The price depends on what one is buying

Woman getting gas.
An agreement between the federal Liberals and the federal New Democrats could keep Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal minority in power until 2025. (CPAC)

EDITORIAL: Agreement changes the political landscape

Agreements between political parties are nothing new in Canadian politics

  • Mar 30, 2022
An agreement between the federal Liberals and the federal New Democrats could keep Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal minority in power until 2025. (CPAC)
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LETTER: Electric vehicles are not a silver bullet

Manufacturing and energy production must be considered.

  • Mar 30, 2022
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Bruce Cameron has been a pollster and strategist for over 35 years, working initially for Gallup Polls, Decima Research and the Angus Reid Group before founding his own consultancy, Return On Insight. (Black Press Media files)

CAMERON: Think local, act global

Will micro and macro changes to the world economy hurt or help B.C. in 2022?

  • Mar 30, 2022
Bruce Cameron has been a pollster and strategist for over 35 years, working initially for Gallup Polls, Decima Research and the Angus Reid Group before founding his own consultancy, Return On Insight. (Black Press Media files)
Piles of flood debris on Princeton streets are littered with personal items and memories. Photo Andrea DeMeer

Disaster tourism – it’s a thing in Princeton

Surely the town could make money off this by selling tickets

Piles of flood debris on Princeton streets are littered with personal items and memories. Photo Andrea DeMeer
Anne Revell is a special education, behaviour and parenting consultant who is a part-time Revelstoke resident. (Contributed)

The Parent Bench: Helping your child understand math

Review columnist answers readers questions about raising kids

Anne Revell is a special education, behaviour and parenting consultant who is a part-time Revelstoke resident. (Contributed)
Lynn Gagnon trains dogs in Revelstoke through her business Stoked Dogs. (Contributed)

Figuring out Fido: Lecturing your dog

Dog training advice from local business owner Lynn Gagnon

  • Mar 28, 2022
Lynn Gagnon trains dogs in Revelstoke through her business Stoked Dogs. (Contributed)
Wildsky

Wild Sky Sisters: Aries Season – The spark of the self

Wild Sky Sisters is a joint venture between Angela Moffitt and Tamara McLellan

  • Mar 25, 2022
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Letters

LETTER: A strong forest sector is essential to B.C.’s strong economy

B.C.’s jobs minister recently addressed the issue of pandemic recovery in northern…

  • Mar 22, 2022
Letters
A roundabout in Qualicum Beach. (PQB News file photo)

WOLF: Roundabouts and other pet peeves driving B.C. drivers crazy

Column: What habits do other drivers have that bother you on the road?

A roundabout in Qualicum Beach. (PQB News file photo)