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I started running competitively when I was 12 years old.
Those running for civic office should live in the community they want to represent.
It is with a modest degree of surprise and a significant degree of dismay that I read of councillor Horner's actions regarding the deeply unfortunate and disturbing incident where a citizen stepped on a used needle. Councillor Horner fashioned a sign that said "Please don't give money to junkies" and stood at the door of QF with said sign. The language is needlessly inflammatory, but I take issue not with language but with the judgement behind it.
That said, the oil industry HAS wreaked havoc on the environment
What the world needs today is kindness
It's worth considering who's actually being disingenuous here.
We're missing a very important big picture.
I think this will be out of reach for most seniors and the young professionals.
We can sow many crops and expect a harvest before next winter.
A long drive home brings back road-trip memories for a Peace Arch News reporter
One Langley Advance letter writer takes exception to another's comments about an MAGA hat incident.
A letter to the editor by Hugh Thomas
From reader Michael Jessen
Don't be foolish.
After another hazmat incident at the port when will DP World prioritize having a professional on site
Over the past few months, heat records have broken worldwide. In early July, the temperature in Ouargla, Algeria, reached 51.3 C, the highest ever recorded in Africa!
Editor: I am a little disappointed in what little the Gateway of Hope is able to do to resolve this problem of homeless people.
While there's plenty of responsibility on the shoulders of councillors, there are some particular expectations placed on mayors, and in roughly three months, both the City of Parksville and the Town of Qualicum Beach will have newly elected mayors.