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For those who live in the Okanagan, the cost of housing is a significant obstacle
Lana Popham falls for anti-aquaculture propaganda
Dear Dr. David Suzuki,
On Oct. 19 I was fortunate to see the beautiful film The Living Salish Sea at Duncan United Church
Kelowna letter writer says the Green Square development shouldn't get another chance at council
Canada is one of few democracies which does not have some form of proportional representation.
I live in Armstrong and everyone in my neighbourhood recently received a letter from someone who is concerned about the aggressive behaviour of three pitbulls from a resident.
This is so sad, and it is also hard to find one solution that fits all since the group we see camping along-side the park is a diversified group just like the rest of the population.
In my last two letters, I've bemoaned the lack of support for Mount Douglas Park by both the Parks Department (and indirectly council) and by residents. The park is deteriorating and will continue to do so, due to the the lack of TLC by the department in particular and by residents'/users' apathy in general.
The issue of homelessness isn't just splashed across the front pages of this newspaper. It's a reality we are increasingly being exposed to on all fronts.
From readers Yvon Gauthier and Denise Seguin
Mr. Dustin Hamilton states that he would "Yeah, totally, I'll turn it down, but you can't fix something when you don't know what's wrong." (Saanich News Oct. 18, 'Loud car stereo brings driving prohibiton')
The Diamond Head Report covered most aspects of the Environmental Development Permit Area (EDPA) bylaw but certain important issues were omitted. Having lived in Saanich for 50 years, I have never encountered such a divisive bylaw, or other issue, which has generated such extensive distrust, angst, anger, outrage, fear and hatred directed against staff and councillors.
Penticton Art Gallery creating conversations with their exhibits
I recently listened to an eye-opening Ted Talk by Albuquerque Mayor Richard J. Berry
I recently read Barry Novak's letter to the editor concerning climate change.