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Letters May 3: Controlling downtown bedlam; a dual Nobel winner; hospital parking woes

Letters May 3: Controlling downtown bedlam; a dual Nobel winner; hospital parking woes

Comment: Family physicians deserve fair compensation

Comment: Family physicians deserve fair compensation

A commentary by a family physician and a physician health specialist who has worked in Brentwood Bay and Victoria for the past 20 years.
Comment: Phase out fish farms for wild salmon survival

Comment: Phase out fish farms for wild salmon survival

A commentary by a marine conservation specialist at the David Suzuki Foundation.
Comment: Doctors and lawyers are working together to help children and youth

Comment: Doctors and lawyers are working together to help children and youth

The pandemic has had devastating consequences in many aspects of daily life, including the well-being of B.C. families.
Opinion: Shift to electric vehicle acceptance is accelerating slowly in B.C.

Opinion: Shift to electric vehicle acceptance is accelerating slowly in B.C.

Almost three in five British Columbians who drive their own vehicle say it is “very likely” or “moderately likely” that the next one they acquire will be electric.
Monique Keiran: 'Crazy, raging crab' gets its claws into Island

Monique Keiran: 'Crazy, raging crab' gets its claws into Island

Carcinus maenas (“crazy, raging crab”) is considered one of the world’s worst invasive species
Charla Huber: I thought I was having a heart attack, it turned out to be a panic attack

Charla Huber: I thought I was having a heart attack, it turned out to be a panic attack

What it's like to experience a panic attack
Geoff Johnson: Improved adult literacy can help tackle homelessness

Geoff Johnson: Improved adult literacy can help tackle homelessness

Lawrie McFarlane: Bureaucratese just clouds the issue

Lawrie McFarlane: Bureaucratese just clouds the issue

What "enhanced rendition" really means
Comment: Adapt to climate change by rethinking water management

Comment: Adapt to climate change by rethinking water management

A commentary by a Saanich-based biologist, former member and past chair of the Capital Regional District’s water advisory committee, and current member of the Resilient Saanich Technical Committee.