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Allan Brooks, whom the local nature centre is named after, loved to paint local wildlife
Reader says with this type of financing province recognizes the benefit of forests
City hall didn't learn from water slide controversy
The Greyhound bus crash of 1937 in Summerland
We're not going to stop children and teens from knowing that marijuana exists.
LETTER: Royal York Golf Course preservation urged
Comments made publicly had suggested a double standard
Columnist Frank Bucholtz talks about Mark Warawa's contribution to our community
Reader says compassion will inspire community to become a haven of tolerance, respect ,and unity.
Saanich council is heading down a treacherous road by joining the BC Humanist Association's campaign against municipal tax exemptions for religious communities.
Fossil fuels are ruining our environment and polluting the whole world.
Many people in the Lake area have lived here their entire lives.
On June 6, 1944, I arrived by boat on Juno Beach in Normandy, France, with the Canadian Scottish Regiment. My role was in the mortar platoon.
I took my 10-year-old son to see the movie, 2001: A Space Odyssey
The topic of climate change has not become a relevant area of discussion in many schools in B.C.
Ensuring the safety of hospital workers and patients is vital
Challenger provides disabled athletes an opportunity to play baseball in an inclusive setting
From readers Vita Luthmers and Hannah Hadikin
Successive White Rock councils have struggled with parking for years