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If you aren't going to vote in the byelection, we hope you aren't interested in local politics at all
Cassidy Dankochik enjoyed the news from the City of Quesnel's most recent meeting
I am writing concerning the proposal to charge for parking at Island View Beach.
The critical question the Feb. 18 article on mayor salaries ignores is why are 400,000 residents of Greater Victoria paying over $650,000 for 13 mayors while the 400,000 residents of the Regional Municipality of Halifax pay $190,000 and the 970,000 residents of Edmonton pay $200,000 for their mayors. Why do we need 13 separate mayors, councillors and administrators for a job that can demonstrably done by one?
I was driving with just my daughter the other day and we were talking. That in itself is odd because she's usually the one who stares out the window and keeps quiet in the car, despite being a chatterbox everywhere else.
Staff in every department worthy of praise, local woman says
Where's the vaccine in B.C.? Already the first quarter is nearly over. Second quarter, third quarter, when?
Letter writer says he's 'disgusted' by dog walkers not picking up their dog waste
Not all consumers can touch the land, see the farms and converse with the folks that produce food
Consider additional moorage, more amenities says planner
I am trying to imagine what the First Nations people thought of what is now known as Clover Point back in 1821, and hundreds if not thousands of years before that. Did they prepare and eat meals there? Did they gather their elders, babies, and disabled among them, and haul them down to the water's edge to witness Mother Nature's fury? No, in all likelihood, most probably avoided Clover Point on typical days, because being exposed to the often-harsh elements there wasn't a journey worth partaking in.
From reader Tracey Fellowes
Only about 17 per cent of businesses have been operating as usual in B.C.
Letter writer reminisces about 2010 Winter Games and the spirit they brought to the city
Re: Israel-Palestine Dialogue (Letters, Feb 25).
Telephone and online methods allow people to contact doctors
Real estate columnist Freddy Marks shares how buyers can make the most of a low inventory market
Mr. Mayor and Campbell River Councillors,
Question of the week
Echo Johnson of Hope writes from the Station House's point of view