Editorials

Volunteers create holiday magic in Chemainus, Crofton

Little Town Christmas, Crofton parade two fine examples of community festive spirit

Pets on the loose cause a problem

Owners need to keep better tabs on their dogs and cats

Hiking requires common sense

Far too many rescues everywhere this year because people

New event in Chemainus a hit with the community

Adding spice to life with a hearty walk worthwhile

Police incidents still numerous

Without a detachment here, criminal activity hard to curb

The winner takes it all just fine for an election system

Proportional representation brings up more questions than answers

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Legal cannabis not for the young

Protecting the most impressionable a big issue

North Cowichan voter turnout truly appalling

There’s no excuse for people being oblivious to elections

Referendums only confuse people

Two questions on the ballot Oct. 20 have many people scratching their heads

Criminal element always lurking behind the scenes in Chemainus, Crofton

Most of it goes unreported to the public except by word of mouth

Animal awareness would be a good idea

People acting recklessly with wildlife too common

Editorial: Slow down in school zones, it won’t kill you

What possesses people to speed through a school zone?

  • Oct 5, 2018

Large Crofton development not the cure to housing ills in Chemainus Valley

Outsiders will consider units a bargain and snap them up

Timing of legalizing marijuana not right

Opioid crisis needs serious attention first

Editorial: Town beautification a small investment that pays off big

Driving into Duncan on the Trans Canada Highway is not particularly pretty or welcoming

  • Sep 21, 2018

Editorial: Malahat alternative already there, they just need an upgrade

We don’t think the solution lies necessarily in any one thing.

  • Sep 14, 2018

Back to School brings optimism

Changes mainly for the better creating the ideal situation

Customer Crisis Fund a hardship

BC Hydro expects more money from you to help others pay their bills

DeMeer: Cats and dogs are reigning – and it’s wrong

Princeton editor Andra DeMeer tackles the issue placing pets over people

Generous response for ideal reasons

Childhood cancer a cause that hits home; firefighters’ diligence recognized