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RE: ICF seeking clarity on new government's support (The NEWS, Nov 14).
Re: Dam decision a big test for the NDP (B.C. Views, Nov. 15)
Editor: Kim Richter has announced she is running for mayor? Great, finally we can see her fall out of Township council.
Editor: RE: Light rail is the worst decision Surrey can make (langleytimes.com Oct. 28)
To the person writing about the gorse, I fear that the wrong lessons have been learned from the experience with that invasive.
Editor: I have been living in Willoughby over a dozen years. I am so proud of our community as it is serene, safe, family-friendly, and beautiful.
Over the past two years, Saanich has engaged often with the community regarding the Environmental Development Permit Area (EDPA) bylaw. Public sentiment regarding the EDPA can be determined by considering three documents available on the Saanich website (https://goo.gl/vTnYFP).
In response to Mr. Zerkee's letter sent to Mayor Larry Jangula (and published in the Nov. 16 Comox Valley Record) about the proposal to add a small cross at each end of the rainbow crosswalk, I would like to propose that you also put a pentagram next to the crosses to remind everyone of all the witches that were persecuted, burned, or hung by Christians for their Wiccan beliefs.
Re: Addiction starts as self choice (Letters, Nov. 15)
As I have done every November 11th since I moved to the Island in 1988, I attended the Remembrance Day ceremony in Sidney. It's always such a stirring tribute to those who paid the supreme sacrifice . A huge thank you to all who participate and to those that organize it.
Our world is rapidly changing. We are rethinking everything, from how resources are extracted and refined to how they are sold and purchased. As a result, where we live, move, work and play is in transition.
Operation Red Nose will be missed in Langley and Surrey this holiday season
LETTER: Retired Reverand urging people not to send shoeboxes through Operation Christmas Child
I recently attended one of the consultation sessions held by the Oak Bay United church inviting input on their development.
Quesnel is worthy of a having a KIJHL hockey team
B.C. is slowly winning the softwood lumber war
From reader Cathy Scott-May
As with most things around ecology, the answer is not simple, says columnist Greg Utzig
Indigenous Veterans recognized on National Aboriginal Veterans Day