- NorthLight Innovation poised for grand opening (17)
- Knife assault merits penitentiary time: Crown (12)
- Twenty-four of 119 Capstone workers laid off today (11)
- Weed usage not expected to rise: Streicker (10)
- B.C. has siphoned off substitute teachers (7)
- Two schools have students waiting to get in (7)
- Major mine is changing hands, minister says (7)
- Poverty and Homelessness Action Week begins (5)
July 10, 2018
- No turning Brexit: no turning point yet ( Comment ) Even with Donald Trump scheduled for a brief visit to the United Kingdom this week amid massive protests, it’s still “all Brexit, all of the time” in the sceptred isle.
July 5, 2018
- America’s trade war with China begins ( Comment ) The United States could probably extract major concessions from China in a carefully managed confrontation on trading issues,
June 29, 2018
- Trump is trying to stave off a looming disaster ( Musings ) The Trump administration is taking a lot of heat from opposition parties and others around the world
- Brace for flimsy redundancy, bloated bureaucracies Re. the Yukon government fiber-optic project (Star, June 22, 27).
June 28, 2018
- Studying up for Sunday’s Mexican election Almost all the foreign coverage of this Sunday’s Mexican election focuses on the drug wars and the murder rate: 30,000 killed last year, and looking to be even higher this year.
June 22, 2018
- A Wild West mentality has invaded our streets ( Editorial ) It began when a long-haired woman in her 30s,
June 19, 2018
- Looking at some special places in the Inferno ( Uffish Thoughts ) U.S. President Donald Trump’s “advisor”, Peter Navarro, consigned our prime minister to “a special place in hell,” a comment for which he has since apologized.