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Hergott: The injustices of ironclad law

Hergott: The injustices of ironclad law

Lawyer Paul Hergott tackles the issues around ironclad law
Growing in leaps and bounds

Growing in leaps and bounds

Residential development way up in Kelowna in 2016 says the city.
Stargazing: The oldest stars and bright, hot young ones

Stargazing: The oldest stars and bright, hot young ones

Light from the most distant galaxies takes billions of years to get here
Politicians can’t direct innovation

Politicians can’t direct innovation

Ottawa has 140 innovation programs, with more to come
Hergott: Distracted driving the new impaired

Hergott: Distracted driving the new impaired

Lawyer Paul Hergott speaks to distracted driving laws in his latest column
Horne: Moving through the gears to elderhood

Horne: Moving through the gears to elderhood

Elderhood is about coming to the awareness that you are entering a new stage of life
Steele: Celebrating water week

Steele: Celebrating water week

We are living in a semi-desert and could experience serious water shortages at any time
Latimer: Anger is all around us

Latimer: Anger is all around us

How can we deal with anger in a way that protects our health and relationships?
BC VIEWS: A graveyard of political visions

BC VIEWS: A graveyard of political visions

BC Liberals as cynical as ever, Greens and NDP target industry
Stargazing: Life here and out there

Stargazing: Life here and out there

The Earth formed along with the rest of the Solar System some 4.6 billion years ago, and life appeared as soon as 300 million years after, 4.3 billion years ago.