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Urbanization and modern lifestyle have diminished possibilities for human contact with nature
When I first read the recent letter to the editor from Raym Forbes, I thought it was satire. "Our charter rights do not replace God's instructions, which state obey the government." Besides how overstated and flawed Raym's information was on the affects of COVID-19 provincially, he is forgetting how many of these government figures were off jet-setting to far away lands, hypocritically ignoring their own guidelines.
Whether at 209 16th Ave. N or in another location, the city is in desperate need of a year-round shelter
Letters from two Revelstoke residents
A local letter writer said her concerns have fallen on deaf ears
Recently I was handed a piece of brightly-coloured plastic.
Special thank you goes to Tara, who took care of my dog without even thinking twice
In this time of cancel culture, mainstream media bias, and the extraordinary control of the information by social media giants, your recent opinion that "Freedom of Speech (is ) Not Without Limits" was appallingly shallow.
Plans for the Hot July Nights Car Show are inching forward.
Sidney is a small town with small residential lots which is rapidly increasing in density. Poultry raising should not be allowed on any lot less than one acre in size and, if there was a suitably sized lot, permission should only be granted if neighbours are in agreement. Our town is surrounded by rural properties where poultry raising can take place without disturbing neighbours.
Politicians are talking about a great reset. Pickleball in Oak Bay needs a reset too!
Good news and more bad news on the Site C project and billions being spent to make it happen
I'll sow the catnip in flats on the seed table inside
Reporter Emelie Peacock prepares to hand over the keyboard to Adam Louis
We had arrived at this remote Southern Carrier Nation village after dark and parked the wagon near the school teacherage where we were to stay during our visit.
Even if it doesn't end up how we hope, it's the trying that matters most.
Langford Mayor and Council reneged on written commitments by rezoning Tri-Way land without the contracted buyer having to present a comprehensive plan for compensation or approval by residents and council prior to rezoning.
Readers remember George Galicz's work with animals
A local man has contacted the city and road contractor with concerns to no avail