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With some sadness, but much gratitude, I want to publicly say a big thank you and best wishes to Kim and Randy Longmuir.
My son opted to empty the recycling bin of all its boxes and create stuff.
As all government debts erupt from the COVID-19 pressures, governments are being forced to return to creating new money through their own Bank of Canada at nil interest, rather than borrowing it from the commercial banking system at their going rate.
There's a small island, Lesbos, off the coast of Greece that has twice recently been ravaged by fires. The refugees seeking shelter there have twice lost what few possessions they had. Nobody wants those sad poor refugees.
As fall approaches and the possibility of a second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic becomes a strong possibility, we could be looking at a repeat of the Spanish flu that killed millions worldwide beginning in 1918.
'Welcome to Ethics 2020, the age of alternative facts'
EcoSociety statements follows the provincial report on old growth forests
The Minister for Forests, Lands and Natural Resources, Doug Donaldson, is urging Vancouver Island residents to conserve water to protect flow levels in salmon streams.
Hugs: huge hugs to the General Manager and his coworker of Dollarama in the Tamarack Mall, for picking up and getting my client Don seated back into his electric wheelchair, when he tipped over and fell out on our way to his morning coffee break. Without their help I would have had to call the ambulance. They stayed to be sure he was okay and even helped look for the control knob. Thanks again, ever so much.
Residents implored to remember how councillors voted for this issue come election time
Turn your garden scraps into tasty treats
Thanks for keeping this courageous young man's vision alive 40 years later
Reader agrees with equating shut down of borders for COVID to Trump's immigration efforts
Convert rail right-of-way to a double-tracked light rail system, says letter writer
I am writing about a distressing situation affecting many of your readers. As of Oct. 15, some patients of the Parksville Medical Clinic (including my husband and I) will be left with no primary health care provider.
Letter writer appreciates columnist's concerns, but says they have already been addressed
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Measures to control the spread of COVID-19 were introduced six months ago
Brenda is thankful for people who got her to the other side of a little bout of depression