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by Contributor on Friday Nov 14 2014


During the Area D All Candidates Forum it was stated by Candidate Irene Perepolkin's daughter/spokesperson that I blocked Director Perepolkin's return to her duties on the Regional District Board of Directors. 

I wish to categorically, and for the record, state that at no time did I prevent Director Perepolkin from returning to her duties. 

by Contributor on Tuesday Nov 04 2014

Editor's note: The original article had a link to the wrong video. This has been updated. 

by Contributor on Tuesday Oct 28 2014

This Op/Ed was originally shared on a Boundary Facebook group and then sent to us for publication. 

Ever wonder what motivates a person to run for municipal council? While some run with the best of intentions, some folks have really bad, or at least really misguided, motives.

by Murray Dobbin on Wednesday Oct 22 2014

It’s getting difficult to remember a time when the Canadian Parliament actually tried to make principled decisions regarding foreign policy and our place in the community of nations. But we should try.

by Barry Brandow on Monday Oct 20 2014

Please consider the following facts when you are voting on the whitetail deer cull referendum in the upcoming Grand Forks City civic election.

The recent deer count in the city is another reminder of the disconnect between the deer population in the city and adjacent Area D and the deer population on their historic range.

by Contributor on Monday Oct 20 2014





by Contributor on Thursday Oct 16 2014

The Fraser Institute

by Contributor on Monday Oct 13 2014

We are currently facing two pivotal moments in public education in British Columbia.

by Barry Brandow on Tuesday Sep 30 2014

The recent government announcement that 117 complaint cougar were killed by the conservation service the last fiscal year once again highlights the biggest threat to the future of the province’s wildlife resource is wildlife managers in Victoria.

by Contributor on Wednesday Sep 24 2014
Against the wishes of many residents, the city has pushed ahead with the idea of requiring every home to install a water meter at a cost of at least $1.3 million.  The city has justified this expensive decision on the basis of three assumptions;
  1. Water meters are the most effective way to conserve water.