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Comment: Different ideas about 'unique amenities' in the Gulf Islands

Comment: Different ideas about 'unique amenities' in the Gulf Islands

After 50 years of prioritizing environmental protection, the mandate is now as directionless as a ship without a rudder.
Letters May 15: Encampment at UVic; impact of all that building on climate change

Letters May 15: Encampment at UVic; impact of all that building on climate change

Les Leyne: Conservatives ending legislature session with growth spurt

Les Leyne: Conservatives ending legislature session with growth spurt

Conservatives were a small club out on the fringes before BC United Leader Kevin Falcon decided one of his veteran northern MLA’s skepticism about the cause of climatechange was reason enough to escort him out the door.
Comment: B.C. is plagued by dysfunctional municipal councils

Comment: B.C. is plagued by dysfunctional municipal councils

Once you start examining the dysfunctional councils around B.C., you quickly conclude it’s best to keep a large supply of eye wash on hand.
Letters May 14: ICBC needs to provide adequate care for injured motorists; too-loud cars and motorcycles

Letters May 14: ICBC needs to provide adequate care for injured motorists; too-loud cars and motorcycles

Adrian Raeside cartoon: A trip to the grocery store

Adrian Raeside cartoon: A trip to the grocery store

Les Leyne: Health workers vaccine mandate back in play

Les Leyne: Health workers vaccine mandate back in play

Justice Simon Coval rejected arguments that the vaccination requirement violates people’s religious or conscientious beliefs
Comment: Let's preserve the Centennial Square fountain

Comment: Let's preserve the Centennial Square fountain

Our Centennial Square and its fountain and tiara demands full heritage designation.
David Sovka: That upsetting, high-pitched shrieking noise is for your own good

David Sovka: That upsetting, high-pitched shrieking noise is for your own good

The federal government has just launched the Canadian Earthquake Early Warning system, which I understand to be some kind of early-warning system for earthquakes in Canada
Patricia Coppard: Working remotely is the horse that got out of the barn

Patricia Coppard: Working remotely is the horse that got out of the barn

If we’re going to lure people back to the office, we better talk up the benefits: people to chat with that you’re not related to and someone else cleaning the bathroom