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Letters to the Editor

by Contributor on 18 May 2011 - 9:41am

To the Editor,

Why are Bill Vander Zalm and Chris Delaney afraid of local voices? The B.C. government has announced it will hold HST public dialogues featuring speakers from the No and the Yes sides in 10 different communities across the province.

It is clear that the intent was to have local participation from both sides so that attendees would have access...

by Harvey Oberfeld on 5 April 2011 - 9:56am

Ask anyone who has lived under a dictatorship and they will tell you of its ugly features: A Supreme Leader who rules with an iron fist; legislation pushed through by a rubber stamp legislative assembly with little or closured debate; government officials ordered into silence or fearful of speaking up; and a press denied the right to even ask questions, let alone get any answers.

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by Robin Yassin-Kassab on 21 February 2011 - 6:29pm

Our thoughts and prayers are with the heroes and heroines and martyrs of Libya, and with our brave correspondent in Tripoli, now under fire. Communication is on and off, mainly off. Here is her most recent report. Since she sent it the phone lines have been cut entirely and the city’s electricity is also disconnected.

I live in the Ben Ashour area of Tripoli. Minutes ago my...

by Nelson Daily Editor on 15 February 2011 - 11:54pm

An open letter to the president and CEO of BC Hydro, president and CEO of FortisBC, president of Axor, chair and CEO of the BC Utilities Commission, the BC Minister of Energy, the BC Minister of Environment and Federal Minister of Environment, and all our respective MLAs and MPs in the hope that someone will step forward to make common sense prevail.

To...

by Nelson Daily Editor on 8 February 2011 - 12:35pm

To the Editor,

Open letter to Nelson City council regarding the Nelson Landing re-zoning and development proposal.

Dear mayor and councilors,

Nelson-Creston Greens, on behalf of our members and all citizens of Nelson and area, respectfully ask that council make sure that no toxic materials from the site will be released into the...

by Nelson Daily Editor on 2 February 2011 - 1:17pm

To the Editor,

During the week of Jan. 3, CBC Vancouver ran an exposé on organized crime laundering money in Vancouver area gambling casinos. 

The allegations put forth in this exposé are very serious and probably true. They are another black stain on the record of the Gordon Campbell government.

To help...

by Nelson Daily Editor on 29 January 2011 - 10:19pm

To the Editor,

As most people will recall, the NDP sent out a cartoonish flyer last fall, which discussed the Canada-European Union: Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, also known simply as CETA. 

Since then, there has been much discussion about the issue and recently, our current MP has spent time criticizing both...

by Nelson Daily Editor on 5 December 2010 - 7:39pm

To the Editor,

Thanks for the recent article in The Nelson Daily.

I am totally opposed to a ski resort in this area. Who wants it exactly? Developers? Government? I don't get it. Is it another way to get Albertans to spend oil money in BC?

A year round ski resort makes no sense to me. People don't have enough of winter by April? I would rather...

by Contributor on 1 October 2010 - 1:50pm

Selkirk College’s Mir Centre for Peace Lecture Series invites you to explore the foundation for peace on the planet with Vancouver-based Emotional Intelligence Specialist David Cory.

As a specialist in the Emotional Intelligence field for the past 12 years, David Cory will share stories and review humankind’s ability to evaluate, manage and control emotions which are related to...

by Contributor on 26 July 2010 - 10:27am
Open Letter:
 
To begin, our family would like to thank the community of Grand Forks, Constable Bell and our Victim Service Worker Catherine Riddle for their overwhelming support and kindness. Words cannot express the loss our family has suffered, nor the horror of having to do it in such a public way.
 
We have heard repeatedly that the mental health...

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