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British Columbians feeling heightened travel anxiety as holidays approach

British Columbians feeling heightened travel anxiety as holidays approach

B.C. residents worried about COVID-19 risks, delays, cancellations, poll finds.
Letters Nov. 24: With rights come responsibilities; highway-protest blockades must end

Letters Nov. 24: With rights come responsibilities; highway-protest blockades must end

Les Leyne: Time for government to admit sun is setting on forestry jobs

Les Leyne: Time for government to admit sun is setting on forestry jobs

Comment: Transforming B.C. to face the climate emergency

Comment: Transforming B.C. to face the climate emergency

Comment: Unprecedented events warn us to get ready

Comment: Unprecedented events warn us to get ready

A commentary by Colin Plant, chair of the Capital Regional District and a Saanich councillor.
Comment: It's time to put the Island's rail corridor to work

Comment: It's time to put the Island's rail corridor to work

A commentary by Jack Peake, the former Lake Cowichan mayor who is president of the Vancouver Island Transportation Corridor Coalition.
Comment: Earning a hillock of brownie points for being in a hours-long gasoline lineup

Comment: Earning a hillock of brownie points for being in a hours-long gasoline lineup

After an hour the line had moved just half a block
Adrian Raeside cartoon: Gas station lineups

Adrian Raeside cartoon: Gas station lineups

Letters Nov. 23: A last holiday gasp for Old Town; attracting more MDs to the Island; an idea for Salt Spring

Letters Nov. 23: A last holiday gasp for Old Town; attracting more MDs to the Island; an idea for Salt Spring

Les Leyne: Storm could bring an end to B.C.'s budget-forecast games

Les Leyne: Storm could bring an end to B.C.'s budget-forecast games

Deficits in recent B.C. budgets have turned out to be lower than forecast, but that's coming to an end with the huge storm bills