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City refuses to change its current operational practices, says letter writer
Columnist Frank Bucholtz says helping new Canadians 'participate in the community is a great objective'
I read the recent letter from a resident who was happy that a marijuana dispensary will not be allowed to open on Beacon Avenue. He didn't want "pot heads," walking around in Sidney. Not allowing a dispensary to open seems rather hypocritical considering there is a distillery at the end of the street.
One way streets much safer for drivers, cyclists
The enemy here is poorly developed and dogmatic policy that is polarizing the community.
International Overdose Awareness Day came and went. Recovery Day disappeared into the discard pile of calendar events along with the hopes of political election rhetoric. Many people were trained to administer naloxone, many attended to well-informed guest speakers and many more picked up information brochures on our opioid crisis (crisis: an unstable or crucial state of affairs, especially one with the distinct possibility of a highly undesirable outcome).
For the second year in a row, you have cleared our very long driveway
New options available for self-care
There is a homeless person in North Saanich/Sidney and I am very concerned for her. She is 67 and has had cancer and cannot afford to rent anywhere in the area.
Annual bird count organizers see bigger volunteer turnout this year
I would carefully poke the handle of the shovel through the snow until it bumped into a solid object
A good place to start is an article in the 2016 BC Organic Grower Journal by Marjorie Harris
Regular columnist Jim Hilton shares more information about biochar
By Rob Buchanan
Walk to stay alive
As a response to the letter by Mel Arnold in the Jan. 9 issue of the 100 Mile Free Press.
Horgan's biggest challenge in the remainder of his term will be to keep the economy humming along
Would you support a tax increase for better snow clearing?
Cancer patients have few options to get to and from appointments, a letter writer explains