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I will add my thanks to the wonderful people who drive cancer patients to relevant appointments around Victoria, a service which I have used and a cause to which I gladly donate.
I think it's time to stop the protesting and let's build up our economy instead of tearing it down
If indeed a byelection is called to choose a Nanaimo-Ladysmith MP, we might as well embrace it
I was delighted to read the article on Dec. 14, 2018, "Urban trees to finally receive protection."
I want to thank some people, really thank them, and don't know their names or really even where they live. On Jan. 5, I was doing my morning walk, going along Wishart Road and a gentleman coming up behind me got my attention, so I stopped.
Voters fed up with BC's political parties open the door for a new party to enter BC politics
Readers write about receiving a gift of joy, and the benefit of seeing how others live
A new breed of person is abroad in Britain: preppers, who are stocking up in case of Brexit chaos
Bob Castle's Under The Glacier cartoon for Jan. 15, 2019
The time is right for Vernon to celebrate the achievements of its cultural creatives.
We need to focus city-building energy towards preventing road deaths, says columnist
It has been many years since I first heard of an effort to rehabilitate the population of the Northern Spotted Leopard Frog. I once spoke to a university student I guess biologist and he related to me the ball he had coming over in the summer to work on this frog project. Lots of girls and all that. But in all those years I have never seen a report about how successful the project has been. It appears it can't have been too successful as they have now spent thousands of dollars to hire two large excavators and a bulldozer to build a series of frog ponds at Duck Lake.
A Langley City man believes a poor diet and unhealed emotions are part of his cancer journey.
Why can't our city and council have caring approach?
Emergency Malahat route through Sooke watershed a non-starter
The ushering in of a new year has not only introduced a new start but a new opportunity for the government to dole out a new wave of taxes to British Columbians.
Knowledge and empathy needed in time of strong disagreement.
Whatever happened to accepting the pay offered on applying for the job, asks letter writer
Leeches bring forward their requests, complete with glossy photos
Penticton Western News editorial cartoon by Ingrid Rice