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KUCHARUK: let's get serious about Peace region medical services situation

KUCHARUK: let's get serious about Peace region medical services situation

We do our best to recruit and retain staff in many of our industries, and they need to know that they can receive health care year around whether it be a visit to a family physician, a birth of a baby or an emergency situation.
Into the Box: Machi Koro, Shut the Box, and micro games

Into the Box: Machi Koro, Shut the Box, and micro games

This week, I have three more games to check out, whether it’s during your final camping trip of the year, at home on a rainy day, or when you’re out with a friend for coffee.
Opinion: Trudeau pawns PM credibility for pandemic political opportunism

Opinion: Trudeau pawns PM credibility for pandemic political opportunism

An election is expected to be called on Sunday, Aug. 15.
How the return to work could impact Canada's real estate landscape

How the return to work could impact Canada's real estate landscape

With many workers returning to the office for just a few days a week to start, there will also be a continued interest in renters and buyers needing spaces with home offices.
KUCHARUK: are you getting some March 2020 vibes? Views on deja vu.

KUCHARUK: are you getting some March 2020 vibes? Views on deja vu.

How are you dealing with the rollercoaster?
Time to tackle health professional shortage

Time to tackle health professional shortage

People’s lives are put at risk. People have to make long-distance trips they shouldn’t have to.
The Amateur Gardener: It really is rewarding

The Amateur Gardener: It really is rewarding

I'm having a lot of success with my garden this year, despite my doubts
Fire as an instrument of social change

Fire as an instrument of social change

When people can burn churches and uproot memorials with impunity while the Prime Minister silently watches from the security of his palace and the guardians of public order turn away, this country is headed for some chaotic times.
Opinion: We need to 'vaccinate' B.C.'s forests before it's too late

Opinion: We need to 'vaccinate' B.C.'s forests before it's too late

Researchers are calling on the B.C. government to scale up controlled burns in an effort to reduce wildfire risk.
KUCHARUK: on trucks and their use

KUCHARUK: on trucks and their use

Then the comment section lit up.