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Letters to the Editor

by Letters to the editor on 14 January 2022 - 2:21pm

To The Editor:

I read with interest, an article appearing in the December 31 edition of thenelsondaily.com (Movement to protect old-growth forests in region, province gains some traction)...

by Letters to the editor on 10 January 2022 - 11:40am

To The Editor:

Our world has changed

Like never before and it’s so sad

Every day because our lives have changed 

So much in life today and so many families suffering

Like never before and this killer virus is here to stay

And we where all caught and unaware and it’s sadness

In the air and Isolated from our loved ones...

by Letters to the editor on 22 November 2021 - 12:09pm

To The Editor:

BC is reeling from floods. A moment those who've paid attention to climate science have been dreading for decades. Ironically right after COP26.

Despite BC's new forestry commitments, old growth is still being logged. And our tax dollars are still being used to subsidize fossil fuels. It's talk and log and frack as usual. Unsurprisingly,...

by Letters to the editor on 9 November 2021 - 8:13am

To The Editor:

Kootenay Lake has had two hatcheries during the last century.

The more notable one was located in Nelson at the base of Cottonwood Falls operating from the early 1900s until about 1962. It was closed after numerous evaluations determined it did little to improve KL fishing. Its primary purpose evolved into stocking local small lakes and...

by Letters to the editor on 25 October 2021 - 1:20pm

To The Editor:

As we approach Remembrance Day, I’d like to pay tribute to the veteran members of The War Amps.

The War Amps was started by amputee veterans returning from the First World War to help each other adapt to their new reality as amputees. They then welcomed amputee veterans...

by Letters to the editor on 24 October 2021 - 7:30am

To The Editor:

You may have heard about Costa Rica being one of the winners of the annual Earthshot Prize for their work in ecosystem restoration. 

You may be aware that CBC has expanded their climate related programming from “In Our Backyard” and “What on Earth” to include “Our Changing Planet” a multi-platform series.

At the same time...

by Letters to the editor on 20 October 2021 - 1:42pm

To The Editor:

For many years and more so in recent months, the BC Truck Loggers Association has called for a collective vision for forestry in our province. Earlier this month, we renewed the call and asked the BC government to facilitate the way forward, as a matter of urgency.

Forestry has been at the forefront of media attention for the last several...

by Letters to the editor on 18 October 2021 - 8:38am

To The Editor:

This past summer, hundreds of wildfires blazed around the world. Driven by extreme heat waves, these fires made one thing abundantly clear: the climate crisis is at our doorsteps and our politicians simply are not acting at the scale and pace we need.

For years, Justin Trudeau has tried to style himself as a climate leader while...

by Letters to the editor on 4 October 2021 - 3:31pm

To The Editor:

Our society is facing three major crises killing our fellow citizens that cry out for individual moral power.

Our human hearts are being asked to respond to the fourth wave of COVID-19, a climate emergency, and an opioid epidemic.

Our actions with regard to the three crises we face are insufficient.

Although the COVID-19...

by Letters to the editor on 28 September 2021 - 4:00pm

An open letter to SOWK residents:

Thank you to everyone that participated and voted in the 2021 Federal Election. Turnout across the country was lower than average so I thank you for taking the time to engage.

Obviously, this election did not turn out how I wanted and I am disappointed and dismayed by the results. I am concerned about the rising...

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