Letters

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Letter: Community action to reduce emissions

A lot can be done locally for climate change Temperatures are on…

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Letter: Kimberley property tax increase difficult to manage

The increase to property taxes in Kimberley for this year is as…

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LETTER: Parking at EK Regional Hospital

Congratulations to the East Kootenay Regional Hospital Joy Reduction and Cash Enhancement…

The site of the proposed Swan Ave. playground. Bulletin file

Letter: Opposed to Swan Ave. playground

This letter is on behalf of the homes on the west side…

The site of the proposed Swan Ave. playground. Bulletin file
Fire pits, garbage, downed trees and increased off-roading all negatively impacting landscape of Kimberley's old airstrip, near Tata Creek. Photo submitted.

Letter to the editor: The old airstrip

The old airstrip, on route to Tata Creek, is now the home…

Fire pits, garbage, downed trees and increased off-roading all negatively impacting landscape of Kimberley's old airstrip, near Tata Creek. Photo submitted.
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Letter: My response to a recent letter to the editor about our flag

My Response to a recent Letter to the editor about our flag…

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Black Press media file photo

LETTER: To the public from Kootenay Boundary family physicians and nurse practitioners

“People in our communities are still becoming seriously ill with COVID, lives continue to be lost”

Black Press media file photo
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LETTER: Flying the flag

We had a dilemma in the last few weeks. Do we keep…

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An arctic wolf. Photo courtesy D. Oakley

Letters: differing opinions on wolf cull

BC Wolf Slaughter: Talk about Sensationalism Last week (Tuesday February 15 issue)…

An arctic wolf. Photo courtesy D. Oakley
(US Fish and Wildlife Service) Black Press file

Letter: British Columbia wolf slaughter

To: British Columbia Premier John Horgan and Minister of Forests, Lands, Natural…

(US Fish and Wildlife Service) Black Press file
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LETTER: Transparency needed in city of Kimberley’s community grant program

The city has approx. $130,000 budgeted yearly to fund non-profits that apply…

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Hugs to the Snow People on 15th Avenue South: Though the snow keeps accumulating, and the chilly temperatures continue, the ubiquitous Snow People are back to remind us that the days are getting longer… Christina Blaskovich photo

Hugs & Slugs to help launch 2022

Hugs: Super Starbucks Hugs to the person ahead of me in the…

  • Jan 6, 2022
Hugs to the Snow People on 15th Avenue South: Though the snow keeps accumulating, and the chilly temperatures continue, the ubiquitous Snow People are back to remind us that the days are getting longer… Christina Blaskovich photo
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Letter: Ice Ice Baby

Letter: Ice Ice Baby I have travelled around these parts for over…

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LETTER: Shouldn’t the Aquatic Centre also require proof of vaccination?

Mayor of Kimberley and Councillors, It has come to my attention that…

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LETTER: Resident urges Kimberley City Council to rebuild gymnastics centre

Dear City of Kimberley Council Member I am writing to you, as…

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Save your hunting rights, control unethical behavior

Letter to the Editor: Trespassing on private property

Save your hunting rights, control unethical behavior Save our hunting rights from…

  • Dec 1, 2021
Save your hunting rights, control unethical behavior
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95 % of B.C. considered unceded lands

To the editor; It’s time to have an open and honest discussion…

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Letter: The time to act is now

Dear Editor, Between floods, wildfires and growing concern for salmon in decline,…

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Letter: Province announces long awaited changes to forestry legislation

Actions speak louder than words. While a revised forest act from the…

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Logging trucks from around the province arrive at the Union of B.C. Municipalities convention in downtown Vancouver to protest forest industry job loss, Sept. 27, 2019. (Kat Slepian/Black Press Media)

LETTER: Embattled B.C. forest industry needs government leadership

Industry getting attention ‘for all the wrong reasons’

  • Oct 5, 2021
Logging trucks from around the province arrive at the Union of B.C. Municipalities convention in downtown Vancouver to protest forest industry job loss, Sept. 27, 2019. (Kat Slepian/Black Press Media)