Opinion

LETTER: Tea Lea treated unfairly for work on EDPA

Why is it that society will often look for a way to condemn a person who does good?

  • Jan 17, 2019

NDP wasting money on Malahat alternative report

Makes you really wonder, why B.C. once again let the NDP manage their tax dollars

  • Jan 17, 2019

Bob Castle’s Unde The Glacier cartoon for Jan. 17, 2019

Bob Castle's Unde The Glacier cartoon for Jan. 17, 2019

  • Jan 17, 2019

Federal government committed to solving derelict boats problem

Work proceeding under the federal government's historic Oceans Protection Plan

  • Jan 17, 2019

Column: Star Gazing: Into the Unknown

Taking the long view of history

  • Jan 17, 2019

FRANKLY SPEAKING: Homeless given life-changing gift

In this month's column, retired editor Frank Bucholtz lauds efforts to house those without shelter.

  • Jan 17, 2019

Letter: ‘Train horns were background noise’

Editor, The News:

  • Jan 17, 2019

Heavy industrial zoning inappropriate for Cowichan Bay

Tourism is our economic driver here in Cowichan - industry will never be our mainstay.

  • Jan 17, 2019

LETTER: College of Applied Biology’s findings have significant implications to Saanich staff

I find the article on Ted Lea being found guilty of ethics violations very troubling. However, it appears to have significant implications beyond Lea. The Saanich manager of Environmental Services, Adriane Pollard, is also a registered professional biologist. I have viewed transcripts from Lea's hearing, and in final arguments, the College of Applied Biology's (CAB) lawyer indicated that Lea's ultimate conclusions with respect to the various properties, are probably right. This has significant implications for Pollard, who rejected every one of Lea's assessments, as it would mean that Pollard's recommendations to Saanich council are probably incorrect. This would include all 28 properties mentioned in the article.

  • Jan 16, 2019

Officials should stand behind the Lake Cowichan mayor

Remember that Mayor Peters won this election hands down.

  • Jan 16, 2019

Growls and Hugs for Jan. 16

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  • Jan 16, 2019

EDITORIAL: Housing prices, balanced market a sign of confidence for Port Alberni

Port Alberni's real estate market has quietly been breaking some records...

  • Jan 16, 2019

Getting over the hump: Kelowna traveller finds the benefits of tours

Every Wednesday, our Kelowna-based wandered will be sharing her experiences

  • Jan 16, 2019

Letter: Safe bike lanes needed

Penticton, a town famous for its biking events, has shot itself in the foot

  • Jan 16, 2019

Editorial: Looking back at windstorm helps us prepare for next time

BC Hydro says it was the most destructive storm in its history

  • Jan 16, 2019

LETTER: Cannabis isn’t a cure-all

Mommy's Inside Voice columnist Amie Jay appears to have replaced one bias against cannabis for another bias, embracing cannabis as a panacea for many diseases.

  • Jan 16, 2019

Odd Thoughts: Tulips keep the news at bay

Time in the garden always offers perspective.

  • Jan 16, 2019

MP’s Report: Canada’s changing tax rates since 2000

Central Okanagan-Similkameen-Nicola MP Dan Albas looks at how income tax rates have changed

  • Jan 16, 2019

Editorial: Looking back at windstorm helps us prepare for next time

BC Hydro says it was the most destructive storm in its history

  • Jan 16, 2019

Editorial: Taxed and taxed again

User pay fees should be universal

  • Jan 16, 2019