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It's more important than ever to ensure measures are in place to secure the homes people do have
Week of July 15th - 21st: Items compiled by Dave Humphrey from the archived newspapers held at the Cranbrook History Centre and Archives
Was the decision to upgrade the city's water meters good governance?
After years of service cuts and declining service quality, Greyhound's corporate owners (UK based FirstGroup plc) are pulling the plug on bus service in all of western Canada.
The Northern View asked Rupertites how they felt about the new Rushbrook Trail
Adrian Dix battles to maintain Cuba-style medical monopoly
Negative actions of the few do little to engender empathy for plight of unhoused campers
Surely, council will not approve this rezoning application, says letter writer
I find it interesting that areas that might be of interest for Orcas feeding on Chinook salmon are closed to the sport fishery. The first question that comes to mind is why Chinook salmon are the salmon of choice for Orcas. The first thing is their size: Chinook are larger than most, containing more protein. But I believe the main reason for the choice is availability. Chinook are the only salmon that can be found in local waters year around.
The writer of the letter 'We get what we tolerate' pretty well nails it - as long as the bureaucrats and politicians know we'll tolerate their agendas and pet projects they will force them on us.
I would very much like to commend the City of Parksville and the Society of Organized Services (SOS) for their delightful eye-catching floral tribute at the corner of Pym and the Island Highway in celebration of the 50th anniversary of SOS.
While pushing my scooter, within 10 minutes no less than five vehicles stopped to offer assistance
Decriminalization acknowledges that health aspect involved.
Remember political candidates are people, too
People of the future! Don't try to pretend we knew what we were doing!
Ditto to Jerry Filipski's letter (Corfield project needs referendum, July 17 edition)!
Ken Tapping is an astronomer with the Dominion Radio Astrophysical Observatory, Penticton
We as a community must come together and stand up for our rights.
The issue of the legal marijuana industry taking over existing greenhouses and productive agricultural land is coming to the fore, as the industry prepares for the Oct. 17 legalization of marijuana in Canada.