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Adrian Raeside cartoon: Executive pay at B.C. Ferries

Adrian Raeside cartoon: Executive pay at B.C. Ferries

Letters Sept. 7: Hail to the (police) chief; how many people really have COVID?

Letters Sept. 7: Hail to the (police) chief; how many people really have COVID?

Adrian Raeside cartoon: Closing of emergency rooms

Adrian Raeside cartoon: Closing of emergency rooms

Letters Sept. 6: Pot smokers should clean up after themselves; missing-middle initiative controversy

Letters Sept. 6: Pot smokers should clean up after themselves; missing-middle initiative controversy

Opinion: Canada's low-risk alcohol use guidelines have been slashed to 6 drinks per week. Here's why

Opinion: Canada's low-risk alcohol use guidelines have been slashed to 6 drinks per week. Here's why

What has changed in the last decade since the 2011 guidelines?
Comment: Think of teachers as another school year starts

Comment: Think of teachers as another school year starts

This is not a normal time for schools, and this year they don’t feel like the normal back-to-school jitters. It has been a tough few years.
Comment: Facing up to crisis: Inaction on global warming is a form of Russian roulette

Comment: Facing up to crisis: Inaction on global warming is a form of Russian roulette

To hold warming to 2 C, we need to cut carbon emissions in half by 2030. But this is an exceedingly tall order given that we are currently going in the wrong direction.
Letters Sept. 5: Amalgamation, ageism, health and gratitude

Letters Sept. 5: Amalgamation, ageism, health and gratitude

Letters from our readers. Today: “Stuck” on a cruise ship, B.C.’s family doctor shortage, and the value of hydrogen.
Comment: We failed to invest in the medical system, and now we pay

Comment: We failed to invest in the medical system, and now we pay

No one called doctors in 2011 lazy, and they only had two-thirds the workload of a doctor in 2021. If universal health care is to be achieved, the system needs more bodies to handle the extra work.
Comment: Remembering Chinese-Canadian students' year-long boycott of Victoria schools

Comment: Remembering Chinese-Canadian students' year-long boycott of Victoria schools

The boycott, which lasted a year, was a protest against plans to expand segregation of Chinese Canadian students in the public school system.