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People will always complain about government budgets but the lack of MP pension reform in Jim Flaherty's 2012 budget is worth criticizing.
With back-to-work legislation for Canada Post, Air Canada and B.C. teachers, collective bargaining could be going the way of the dinosaur.
While there were no casualties or injuries from the Grand Forks Hotel fire, residents need a helping hand.
The City of Grand Forks chlorinates its water and that is a good thing.
If you're being bullied for being "weak," committing suicide only proves the bullies right.
It's Chamber of Commerce week in B.C. and there are many reasons to shop locally in Grand Forks.
Rogers Communications Inc. wants to build a cellular phone tower in Greenwood and it will be good for the area.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper suggestion that OAS eligibility age increase to 67 has many angry.
Sons of Freedom children removed from homes and placed in the New Denver Residential School looking for closure.
It would be best if a meeting with IHA CEO Dr. Robert Halpenny and Board Chair Norman Embree take place before May.
Currently, School District 51 doesn't have a policy specific to the treatment of the LGBT community but it is working on it and that's good.
An interesting piece of news that affects the area has come out of recent negotiations between Canada and the U.S. border security.
Parents' concerns about having their children photographed are understandable but people in public places are usually fair game.
With all the holiday festivities people should not only be responsible with drinking and driving.
There are some that complain about the generosity that people display during the holiday season.
The poll stations have closed, ballots have been tallied and the field has been whittled down to successful candidates.
Tax increases to aid in funding emergency water supply and infrastructure repairs will be worth it in the long run.
The number of people wearing poppies has increased in the past few weeks, meaning Remembrance Day is near, this Friday to be exact.
Trying to shoe horn school board trustees and other candidates into one meeting may hinder people seeking to be informed voters.
The issue of unlicensed daycare is a polarizing topic in Grand Forks.