Editorials

Grads heading into next stage of life

Many choices to be made about further education, employment and other goals

Participation the key in community

Courier publisher shares some of her ideals to Chemainus business leaders

News value not what it used to be

Animal sightings, videos of people doing stupid things prominent

Proclamations not necessary

What you do for one, you’ve got to do for all and it’s actually rather meaningless

Time to take some precautions

Deadly incidents can happen in an instant

Paying high prices getting too painful

Gas, real estate remain a heavy burden on consumers

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Doggone it, let’s get dogs under control

Vicious attack by one dog on another last week typical of a growing concern

Smells like no spirit of cooperation

Years of inaction leave Chemainus plant situation at square one

Decriminalization of drugs not the answer

Treatment should be the ultimate goal instead

Gun violence far too abundant

B.C. shootings not just happening in Surrey anymore

Limiting wildfires a high priority

There’s too much at stake with humans continuing to be so reckless

Time for punishment to fit the crimes

Drug treatment should be a condition for repeat offenders

Rules won’t make your head spin

Roundabouts not really that complicated to navigate

Driver habits need to change

Major accidents already on the highways should be a warning sign

Cowichan Valley memorial hockey worth celebrating

Gathering with families affected by tragedy a big part of the healing process

New vibrancy paramount for downtown Chemainus

New library at the core of an anticipated resurgence

No real choice for Grade 7 Crofton and Chemainus students

Population excess naturally had to flow to Chemainus Secondary

Budget blab we’ve all heard before

Nothing concrete about anything announced by the provincial government

Snow removal plan neglected major areas in Chemainus

Willow Street especially left in a mess for motorists and pedestrians

Enough already with the tax hikes in North Cowichan

Bringing in more employees in this economy doesn’t make sense because guess who’s paying?