Our columnists share their thoughts

Capital News columnists share their opinions and the latest from their professions. Here's a round-up of what they had to offer this week.

  • Dec. 2, 2016 10:00 a.m.

In the Kelowna Capital News the week of Nov. 28 to Dec. 2:

Of Prime Interest: In the world of mortgages, check with the professionals to make sure you’re getting the best rates and terms. Your mortgage can be a “goldmine of savings.”

Bobbi Moger: Fitness instructors and physiotherapists do different thing, but their similar goal is to help people move, perform and feel better.

Marjorie Horne: There’s heartbreak and learning dealing with the emotions that go along with aiding a loved one through their end of life.

Charlie Hodge: While we may think their for the ages, traditions evolve as they come and go.

Paul Hergott: We sort of know the rules of the road, but do they apply in shopping parking lots?

Paul Latimer: Families need resources, tools and training to prevent unhealthy behaviours and their tragic consequences.

Vince Cunanan: Overuse and training technique can cause injury. Reassess what you’re doing and how you’re doing it.

Colin VanBergen: A professional will help get the hearing aid that’s right for you.

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