Editorials

It is important that the National Day of Truth and Reconciliation serves as an opportunity for Indigenous and non-Indigenous people to honour the survivors and recognize the impact of residential schools from their own perspectives.

OUR VIEW: National Day of Truth and Reconciliation should build unity, promote healing

There is no better time for the day to be marked than now…

  • Oct 9, 2021
Canadians across the country, voted to the polls to vote in the 2021 federal election on Sept. 20. (Photo by Elections Canada)

EDITORIAL: Election results the democratic process at work

The voting public has decided the results of the Sept. 20 federal election

  • Sep 25, 2021
Terry Fox ran an average of 42 km a day for 143 days during the Marathon of Hope. (terryfox.org)

Hope lives on

41 years after Terry Fox ran, his legacy continues to thrive

  • Sep 18, 2021
A campaign to protect roadside workers is reminding drivers to slow down and pay attention to traffic controllers, traffic safety devices and signs to keep roadside workers safe. (News Bulletin file photo)

EDITORIAL – Obey the Cone Zone; give highway workers a brake

BC Cone Zone campaign asks drivers to slow down and to pay attention to traffic control instructions

  • May 24, 2021
A campaign to protect roadside workers is reminding drivers to slow down and pay attention to traffic controllers, traffic safety devices and signs to keep roadside workers safe. (News Bulletin file photo)
The Quesnel Cariboo Observer office is located in downtown Quesnel. (Tracey Roberts photo)

EDITORIAL: A bit about us

Changes are underway at the Quesnel Cariboo Observer

  • Jul 22, 2020
The Quesnel Cariboo Observer office is located in downtown Quesnel. (Tracey Roberts photo)
EDITORIAL: Celebrating Canada despite COVID-19

EDITORIAL: Celebrating Canada despite COVID-19

There are plenty of good reasons to be happy about where we live, even in times like these

  • Jul 1, 2020
EDITORIAL: Celebrating Canada despite COVID-19
Quesnel’s volunteers deserve so much praise

Quesnel’s volunteers deserve so much praise

Lindsay Chung writes about how impressive the Billy Barker Days and Quesnel Rodeo volunteers are

Quesnel’s volunteers deserve so much praise
Editorial: Put the phone away — just try it

Editorial: Put the phone away — just try it

Have you ever been at a restaurant with someone who won’t stop looking at their phone?

  • May 5, 2019
Editorial: Put the phone away — just try it
We’re a far cry from justice seen to be done

We’re a far cry from justice seen to be done

The weekly editorial for the 100 Mile Free Press

  • Apr 19, 2019
We’re a far cry from justice seen to be done
Editorial: Fact or Fiction

Editorial: Fact or Fiction

It’s getting hard to tell good info from bad

  • Apr 14, 2019
Editorial: Fact or Fiction
It’s the thought that counts?

It’s the thought that counts?

Between the SNC Lavalin Scandal, the federal budget announcement and the subsequent…

It’s the thought that counts?
Editorial: Building a better society

Editorial: Building a better society

Food for thought on international women’s day

  • Mar 8, 2019
Editorial: Building a better society
Editorial: Time to stop arguing about climate change

Editorial: Time to stop arguing about climate change

Cleaning up the natural world benefits everyone

  • Feb 22, 2019
Editorial: Time to stop arguing about climate change
Editorial: The best of intentions

Editorial: The best of intentions

Laying out a plan doesn’t mean it happens quickly

  • Feb 16, 2019
Editorial: The best of intentions
Hats off to everyone involved in curling provincials in Quesnel

Hats off to everyone involved in curling provincials in Quesnel

Our little city made a big impact last week as hosts of…

  • Feb 10, 2019
Hats off to everyone involved in curling provincials in Quesnel
OPINION: Just because the news isn’t desired, doesn’t mean it’s fake

OPINION: Just because the news isn’t desired, doesn’t mean it’s fake

This week’s editorial looks at political bias and disagreeing with the news presented

OPINION: Just because the news isn’t desired, doesn’t mean it’s fake

LETTER: Suits and Boots wants working people to be heard

Now is the time for resource towns like Quesnel to stand up, be counted and be heard

  • Jan 28, 2019

Editorial: So much to cheer about as Quesnel hosts major sporting events

Inspiring stories and a sense of community abound at sporting competitions

  • Jan 28, 2019
Editorial: trading places

Editorial: trading places

A new editor is temporarily taking over at the Observer

Editorial: trading places
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Editorial: zero tolerance

Quesnel started 2019 off right, with just one alcohol-related driving suspension on New Year’s Eve

  • Jan 10, 2019
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