It’s both repulsive and frightening that a handful of people took to social media to support an unknown individual in Summerland who placed a Confederate flag in the window of his unit, facing Gyro Park on Canada Day.
Canada Day has long been one of my favourite days of the year. It is the one day where we, as a country, come together to celebrate all that makes us proud Canadians. This year will be much different.
Some citizens currently receiving the Canada Emergency Response Benefit were shocked and alarmed to receive news this week that they “will not receive a (CERB) payment when you complete your next report."
Since the day Columbus discovered the New World, the imposition of European culture on the region both north and south of the equator had two basic forces at work. One was genocide with respect to the Indigenous peoples and the second was enslavement and, once that was abolished, white supre…
The death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police has focussed the world on the blight of racism. In the days and weeks since that event, millions have marched through the streets and there has been much said and written about racism, whether it be conversations around systemic ra…
The name “Winston Smit” probably doesn’t immediately bring someone to mind. Good — that’s what author George Orwell wanted. He deliberately made Smith, the central character in Orwell’s most famous novel, 1984, an unassuming, ordinary, fade-into-the-background civil servant.
Our telescopes can spot galaxies that formed soon after the birth of the universe. We can measure with great precision whether they are moving towards or away from us.
In the wake of George Floyd’s death at the hands of Minneapolis police officers and the Black Lives Matters protests across the world, including Prince George, many people have called for defunding and/or dismantling police forces.
We are still in the phase where we’re encouraged to avoid any unnecessary travel. The purpose of this editorial is not to encourage anyone to do something that’s unsafe.
The Last of Us Part 2 is a third-person adventure game that continues the story of Ellie with new game play, enemies, blood-curdling screams and more. It’s a must-buy experience.
It’s unbelievable that mayors in Sicamous and Revelstoke are having to make official statements letting Albertans know they’re welcome in their towns.
Here’s what came to mind while watching a Canada Post van trundle down a residential street on Sunday: Jeff Bezos’s fortune has grown by US$35 billion during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Unless your television has been in the repair shop for the past week, you’ve undoubtedly watched the clip of a 75-year-old man in Buffalo, approaching a cop, and being shoved to the ground, his head bleeding profusely.
A recent BC Supreme Court decision allowed legal proceedings to continue on the question of the extradition of Meng Wanzhou, chief financial officer of the telecom giant Huawei, to the United States on charges of fraud.
Neil Jamieson, a prominent businessman and community booster died at his home in Penticton on Saturday after a courageous two-year battle with cancer. He was 60.