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Leaders of all kinds should be accountable Subscriber

After returning from a vacation in New York City, I found a note on my car, which was parked on the street.

WorkSafe mill investigations embarrassing Subscriber

The deja vu Criminal Justice Branch report Monday on why again no charges will be laid in another mill explosion put enormous pressure on the government to shake up WorkSafe B.C. and force improvements in its accident investigations.

Unlike some Tories, Cannan's job is safe Subscriber

No one stepped forward to challenge Ron Cannan for the Conservative candidacy in Kelowna-Lake Country for next year's federal election.

Lottery chief's golden goodbye too rich

It's things like the kiss-off Michael Graydon got when he left the B.C. Lottery Corp. that make you wonder about the core review and the B.C. Liberals' purported vigilance when it comes to maintaining austerity.

The loss of credible information

For more than a decade, The Economist magazine rated Statistics Canada as the world's leading statistical agency. But, Maxime Bernier, who was appointed as minister of industry in the first Harper government and was responsible for Statistics Canada is reported to have told the head of the agency it should be abolished because all it does is publish statistics that embarrassed the government.

Remembering Jim Flaherty

It was with a heavy heart I left

The wild leadership manifesto

Organizations, big or small, profit or non-profit, governmental or non-govermental, are taking a hard look at themselves and asking a profound question:

The mania of corporate naming

"What's in a name?" Shakespeare's Juliet asked, knowing the man she loved had the wrong name. "That which we call a rose, by any other name would smell as sweet."

Dad learns to cope with a growing daughter

I guess there is a double standard.

Paddler set to reach milestone

Bob Purdy's Paddle for the Planet campaign ( will reach another milestone on Monday when the Kelowna stand-up paddler reaches 1,200 days of continuous paddling to change the way we live on the planet. Monday's paddle will take place at 10 a.m. from Rotary Beach in Kelowna.

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