Andrea Rondeau

Winning argument has trumped safety concerns at Lake intersection

In the past year, someone (namely me) has been publicly critical of the traffic calming

Island Corridor should build a monorail system

Why would anyone accept a copy of the previous set up when it was designed to, ultimately, fail?

Column: From Cowichan to Virginia: having a big voice

Sometimes I wonder if we're just shouting into the void.

‘Grease’ headlines new Chemainus Theatre season

"People come to immerse themselves in story and song"

Column: Consider our furry friends when you decide about fireworks

The first time there were fireworks set off after that he ran and hid under the bed, trembling.

Column: Agriculture edition a labour of love

I grew up on Saltspring Island where we had a small farm with goats and chickens

Column: Prepare to face the music, open house or meeting

This is almost always an attempt to dillute the angry crowd

LIST: Top 5 favourite Thanksgiving feast foods

What are your favourites?

Column: Eclipse kicked us out of our routines

New experiences, even if they're not ones we've planned, can be good for us all

Column: Everybody loves a good (or bad) weather story

We love to tell friends and strangers alike about the worst and best weather we've ever seen.

VIDEO: Crash closes TCH northbound lanes near Bench Tuesday afternoon

There is no word yet on whether anyone was injured.

Editorial: Dying not the way you want to make the front page

The fact is, it doesn't matter how good a swimmer you are if you're unconscious.

Imagine if 23 people killed on Malahat in one year

Officials are being cagey about just where they plan to put an overdose prevention site in Duncan.

Crofton boil order lifted

Watering restrictions have also returned to Stage 1.

Editorial: Time to take out death trap tree

Clearly a tree that fell earlier this spring into the Cowichan River needs to be cleared completely.

Column: Provincial politics the gift that keeps on giving

The provincial election has been the gift that keeps on giving from a media point of view.

Editorial: Moving forward as minority

It's been a suspenseful and dramatic couple of months in provincial politics.

A little bit of history repeating

There are a few things that people never get tired of talking about.