Time and time again, our BC United Caucus has voiced concerns about British Columbians grappling...
by Marius Auer | Jun 5, 2023
The healthcare system is not working for anybody – doctors, workers, or patients. When there are gaps in our systems, people fall through them.
by Merritt Herald | May 25, 2023
As our community continues to try to cope with repeated emergency room closures and other health care challenges, frustration has been building as the government seems content to wait for longer-term results when in fact, we need urgent relief now.
by Merritt Herald | May 12, 2023
“Across the province, the impacts of the toxic drug supply are demonstrated all too frequently. Human despair and misery are visible in parks, sidewalks, and in front of businesses. No one group is immune to the risks or the consequences of addictions.”
by Marius Auer | Apr 14, 2023
Merritt deserves consistent healthcare, along with all other rural locations, and more effort must be made to find concrete and permanent solutions.
by Izaiah Reyes | Oct 20, 2022
The 43rd annual Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) Small Business Week is taking place this year from October 16 to October 22. The celebration highlights the entrepreneurs and local businesses driving the Canadian economy.
by Merritt Herald | Oct 7, 2022
On Saturday, October 1, BC Liberal Party Leader Kevin Falcon met with the people of Merritt to hear their concerns. The engagement served as an opportunity for locals to meet the new leader in person as well as to voice out issues that he could bring up in the legislature.
by Izaiah Reyes | Apr 1, 2022
BC Representative for Children and Youth (RCY) released a report on Tuesday, March 29. The report explores Indigenous child welfare as the representative makes recommendations to eliminate inequality in funding.
by Merritt Herald | Feb 4, 2021
MLA Jackie Tegart says that businesses must be ready when tourism reopens.