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Letter: Olympic mountains keep Victoria drier

Re: Islanders brace for rainy November (Online, Nov. 3) The numbers shown…

 

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Letter: Signs, signs, everywhere a sign

The construction between Manzer and Connie Roads in Sooke continues to be…

  • Oct 7, 2022

 

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LETTER: Lack of foresight is nothing new

Re: Overabundant Canada goose population has CRD looking for solutions (Online, May…

  • Jun 1, 2022

 

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LETTER: A strong forest sector is essential to B.C.’s strong economy

B.C.’s jobs minister recently addressed the issue of pandemic recovery in northern…

  • Mar 22, 2022
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A special sendoff was held the Qualicum Beach Airport on Feb. 24 for Qualicum First Nation Chief Michael Recalma and town Coun. Scott Harrison. Harrison will donate a kidney to Recalma Feb 28 at St. Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver. (Photo courtesy Frances Recalma)(Photo courtesy Frances Recalma)

LETTER: Recalma family grateful for community support

‘No words can be spoken for the sacrifice’

  • Feb 28, 2022
A special sendoff was held the Qualicum Beach Airport on Feb. 24 for Qualicum First Nation Chief Michael Recalma and town Coun. Scott Harrison. Harrison will donate a kidney to Recalma Feb 28 at St. Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver. (Photo courtesy Frances Recalma)(Photo courtesy Frances Recalma)
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LETTER: Non-vaxxed unfairly targeted

Lately, I have noted a growing effort to destroy those labelled as…

  • Jan 17, 2022
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A note left on the windshield of an Alberta woman, while she was shopping in Parksville. (Submitted photo)

LETTER: Bride-to-be from Alberta greeted with nasty note in Parksville

‘How I wish there was a vaccine for stupidity and ignorance’

  • Jul 29, 2021
A note left on the windshield of an Alberta woman, while she was shopping in Parksville. (Submitted photo)
Green Party members of Parliament say there are actions the federal government can take to limit the stays of freighters off the Gulf Islands. (News Bulletin file photo)

OPINION: Freighters overstaying welcome, but solutions exist, say Green MPs

Green Party MPs Elizabeth May and Paul Manly urge political will to address anchorages

  • Dec 11, 2020
Green Party members of Parliament say there are actions the federal government can take to limit the stays of freighters off the Gulf Islands. (News Bulletin file photo)
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CEO: Malahat commute could take two hours in 2038, Island rail part of the solution

LETTER: Island Corridor Foundation CEO Stevenson confident in survey results

  • Dec 9, 2020
(Black Press file photo)