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Re: U.S. election chaos puts democracy in doubt (Our View, Nov. 19)
I heartily agree with the Canadian Taxpayers Federation that MLA pensions are far too rich.
Urge bringing back Parks Acquisition Fund to level where realistic ability to purchase land
Maybe a list should be published saying where not to do business because it's unsafe
She is our best bet.
Consumers need to realize the economic impact that buying online has on struggling local companies
Put a toll on every vehicle passing either north or south through the CVRD.
In the words of Dr. Bonnie Henry: be kind, be calm, be safe.
Maureen Dougherty of Agassiz holds the government to campaign promises
Hopefully in time there will be some acceptable alternatives to what we use now
If you have a letter you'd like to submit to the editor for consideration, please email it to us
To the Editor;
This week I find myself wondering what comes after the pandemic.
'Time and time again, British Columbians have shown resolve and strength in coming together'
We will soon be sheltering in place, wearing masks indefinitely, and grudgingly embracing a 'new normal.' I am not referring to COVID-19; rather the increasingly visceral consequences of climate change.
There are times when you meet a community member who strikes you as a truly exemplary person. A person who is dedicated to community service, integrity, kindness, leadership and most important, at her core - profound care.
Councillor Kiersten Duncan has given much to this community, and deserves some understanding
What do you do with a pickup that has only one operating light
I was excited to read that Intermediate wheatgrass is now approved for human use in the U.S.
For the sake of all pedestrians, especially those with mobility issues, change crossing signals