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I'd like to address Premier Horgan's comments regarding those in B.C. whose licence plates show that perhaps they are from elsewhere, and if B.C. citizens are unfairly bothering these people they people should simply take transit to stop from being harassed.
Hugs to Jody and the rest of the tenacious crew at the BBC (Bootleg Bike Co.) for helping me to pull of the biggest and best surprise scheme this side of the Koots. In a year that has seen record bike sales, Jody sourced out, hunted down as it came off the line, and refused to let anyone else get a hold of the dream bike I wanted to sneakily surprise my husband with. Awesome communication, great senses of humour, and super shop music. So happy that I shopped local and I can't wait to go back!
Speed bumps or increased enforcement are needed to curtail racers through a park zone
Neighbours are very upset with the subdivision application for the Rogers' farm house on Woodhall Drive as the home and land is on Saanich's heritage register, built in 1925 but not protected. The application involves cutting Garry oaks and Douglas fir to make room for two additional building lots which will radically change the character of the property and the feeling of the street. The lot is 0.46 acre which will be divided into two strata; the other fee simple.
My wife and I live in Qualicum and bought our first EV in 2018 because we feel strongly about supporting the environment.
It was time to call in reinforcements.
Wildfires have the potential to cause significant damage within our province
Hats off to Langford council for hiring additional bylaw officers to ensure Langford residents and visitors are practicing social distancing and staying in small groups.
Letter writer worries crime and social disorder will increase from Newcastle area to south end
Weeds have gotten away on me, I've just finished laying out my soaker hoses
It seems such a shame that yet another annual event has fallen victim to the COVID-19 pandemic with the cancellation of Ribfest.
Irresponsible drivers using the village and surrounding area as circuit – says Fort advocate
Maple Ridge residents should be able to reserve new day passes ahead of out-of-towners: one local
At the heart of their concerns, is the uncertainty created by NDP Education Minister Rob Fleming