Sunday, August 25, 2019

OUR VIEWS

Time to reflect as OSS graduates 34

There’s something to be said for that annual rite of passage we call graduation. Sure, the ceremonies might be a bit tedious at times —...

Here’s a bylaw amendment that needs to be pushed down the...

It’s big business in communities across the United States and elsewhere and depending on Osoyoos Council discussion this morning, it might be on its...

YOUR VIEWS

Income inequality a big drag for our economy

Last week I read that the CEO of Air Canada had just cashed in his stock options for $52.7 million — and this is...

Forestry effort critical for province

There is an opportunity here to put many of these workers back into the forest dealing with the scorched standing timber that is salvageable. There is room to develop new industries within forestry and new partnerships with First Nations.