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Editor, The Times:
The snow removal by the Town of Ladysmithwas abysmal, at the very least. The sidewalks, First Ave. & the side streets were barely touched days after the storms. Residents are required to clean their side walks by 10:am the following day. What about the town?
"We" are now up to our neck in a massive debt load.
This last snow fall I noticed the snow plow came by later compared to previous years.
To the editor;
Rev. Yme Woensdregt
Writer says Resource Works director is not listening to Indigenous people opposed to Coastal GasLink
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I'll start this rant by saying that I spent the first 50 years of my life on the Prairies.
A Feb. 14 shoutout to the residents of Langley City and Township.
I would like to give a shout out to Jesse Couture of Couture Homes Ltd of North Saanich. I was one of a multitude of ferry passengers who were stuck at Swartz Bay terminal the evening of Feb. 10 during the storm. During conflicting news of taxi availability and bus arrivals, which never came, Jesse left the safety and comfort of his home and family to go to the terminal and offer rides to stranded travelers. Myself and four others were fortunate enough to be offered a ride by Jesse to basically anywhere we needed to go.
The Rickter Scale is a weekly column that runs in the Goldstream News Gazette
In Our Opinion: Rules needed for political demonstrations
NEVER, through sleet/hail/rain/snow, and SNOW!, has Byron failed to deliver our paper