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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
Reflections on Summerland's Giants Head Grind and marital commitment
I am appalled by the results of a recent news poll saying 63 per cent of respondents do not support the usage of SOGI resources in schools.
View Royal mayor clarifies details about Capital Region Housing Corporation project
The music Long John has been providing for our community's pleasure is special.
Most wildfires in BC during April and May were caused by humans.
According to the BC Assessment Authority, Oak Bay's 2018 average assessment was $1,149,000; for 2019 it is $1,222,000, an increase of 6.35 per cent.
We know this from history.
Thornhill is 'old urban reserve'
It is my understanding council voted May 16 on whether to review the horse and carriage industry next September, with the idea of phasing them out. And ridiculously replacing them with e-carriages, a.k.a. automobiles.
Douglas Vogt has discovered a solar cycle that he believes will end with a cataclysm in 2046
Bridge, highway projects awarded to companies, not unions
Mr. Simmons has apparently appointed himself arbiter of all things Christian
Coun. Ben Isitt wants to kill the horse-drawn carriage trade in Victoria, which in all likelihood also will mean killing the horses currently pulling these carriages.
Having relocated to the Peninsula in this decade and having experienced public transit globally, I scratch my head at the local transit bashers and those who feel they are entitled to a free ride.
I noted that every blue sky idea was met with one constant impediment. The cost.
Canada needs stronger environmental laws