What will finally be enough to wake up the world to climate change?

How many photos and videos of disasters will it take before we stop wasting time?

Tech world all about gimmicks

It’s going from bad to worse with things like slo-motion selfies

Holiday accidents far too abundant

Is anyone paying attention to the constant messages issued?

Editorial: A time of giving

There’s a lot of good out there

  • Dec 24, 2019

Planning ahead now a necessity

Don’t be left in the cold from lack of preparation

Support for strikers keeping the faith

Donations making a difference as labour dispute drags on

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Mass funerals begin after deadly Sri Lanka attacks

Population increase a disaster to the climate

Impact of more people weighs heavily on the Earth

Balancing act on traffic stops

Alternating directions more quickly should be implemented on Chemainus Road

Brainless drivers ignoring bus lights, signs

Consequences still need to be harsher for offenses

Projects beautify some shoddy areas

But future development requires close examination on their impacts

Animal abuse case has a happy ending

Hope’s story brings up questions about whether there’s any hope of proper criminal convictions

Canadians left with no choice

Election an exercise in futility for all parties

Vaping a huge health setback

First case of a correlating illness in B.C. should be a wake-up call

Whistleblowers make the rounds in town

Thieves using whistling as a signalling device to target households

Role of the newspaper still important

The spread of fake news by sources that aren’t credible makes it hard to believe everything you read

Forest industry facing tough time

Strikes and layoffs starting to take a toll

Bear facts reveal humans a nuisance

People still not getting the message to keep garbage under wraps

Volunteering brings great satisfaction

Community blessed to have so many determined individuals and hard-working groups

Election fever lacking in Canada

Unlike our U.S. counterparts, things are low key so close to voting day

Moving Grade 7s the only solution

There weren’t a lot of options for balancing student population numbers