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Letters Sept. 29: Why do we still need submarines?; old-age pensions should only go to those in need

Letters Sept. 29: Why do we still need submarines?; old-age pensions should only go to those in need

Letters Sept. 28: Kudos for Dallas Road off-leash fence; answers needed on gas-price hike

Letters Sept. 28: Kudos for Dallas Road off-leash fence; answers needed on gas-price hike

Comment: Achieving a more balanced and affordable naval fleet

Comment: Achieving a more balanced and affordable naval fleet

A commentary by a retired naval commander
Letters Sept. 27: Grim scenes from the ER; a life that could have been saved

Letters Sept. 27: Grim scenes from the ER; a life that could have been saved

Comment: Memories of the Summit Series, watched at a tiny border-crossing outpost

Comment: Memories of the Summit Series, watched at a tiny border-crossing outpost

The crowd slowly swelled to be about 10 people, which was a lot for the small office.
Letters Sept. 26: Price of gasoline; defending the freedom movement; the efficiency of rail transit; how to pay tips

Letters Sept. 26: Price of gasoline; defending the freedom movement; the efficiency of rail transit; how to pay tips

Comment: Victoria council should help all disabled people

Comment: Victoria council should help all disabled people

A commentary by a member of the Canadian Federation of the Blind: “We, as blind citizens, are incorrectly viewed and treated as custodial charity cases whose educated opinion is worthless.”
Geoff Johnson: The pandemic has forced educators to innovate

Geoff Johnson: The pandemic has forced educators to innovate

To some teachers, post-pandemic education is looking like a rescue mission — one that needs to begin by putting the pandemic generation back on the path to sound education.
Trevor Hancock: Community safety is about more than police

Trevor Hancock: Community safety is about more than police

The science of community safety and crime and violence prevention shows investing in preventing violence before it happens is more effective and cost effective than police and prisons
Monique Keiran: After 150 years of pollution, harbours slowly becoming safe again

Monique Keiran: After 150 years of pollution, harbours slowly becoming safe again

There is still work to be done to eliminate pollution from long-ago garbage dumping, chemical and fuel spills, draining of industrial waste and crappy residential sewage and stormwater systems