Let’s hope new defence minister is competent
Dear Editor: Did anyone go swimming in Wood Lake this year? It was June 5 when Interior Health declared an algae outbreak and advised people not to swim in or drink from the lake. As the summer and warm weather followed, so did the intensity of the algae growth.
Dear 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.
DEAR EDITOR: People need to realize many chronic diseases are brought on by our lifestyle choices, so if you have a heart attack, Type 2 diabetes, stroke, high blood pressure, obesity, or high cholesterol, you and you alone are responsible for your condition.
On March 8, 2020 Canada recorded its first death from COVID-19, after a man in his 80s died in a North Vancouver long-term care home. Three days later the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic.
Dear Editor: Due to the tragic accident with the collapse of the building crane in downtown Kelowna, many of the local residents had to be evacuated due to fears of a further collapse.
Dear Editor: Seeing as how we are now on water rations and we can only sprinkle our dead lawns three days a week in Kelowna and twice in Penticton, might I suggest we close all the car washes for the time being?