Horrible smells around Chemainus need to be addressed

We don’t want to be known as ‘The Stinky Little Town That Did.’

  • Dec 13th, 2017

Allow your inner self to emerge to more readily enjoy the season

Magic can happen with stronger beliefs rather than waiting for life-changing events

  • Dec 13th, 2017

Racism can’t be tolerated

Time to take a hard look at ourselves as to why these situations still persist

  • Dec 12th, 2017

Liberal leadership hopeful takes advantage of outside lane

Dianne Watts discusses motivation and priorities

  • Dec 9th, 2017

Cost and scheduling the key questions for resuming rail line service

Commuters must be taken into account to take cars off the Malahat

Price to be paid on rail service worth the investment

Long-term vision for the future needed along all Island routes

  • Dec 8th, 2017
Salt Spring Island Piano
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Where are all the salmon?
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    The best photos of the Supermoon 2017

      Christmas memories vivid from a tiny German town during childhood

      The tree trimmings, candles, delicacies and a wonderful sled made the yuletide bright

      • Dec 7th, 2017

      OPINION: Mandatory full face protection a smart move for hockey

      ‘I can relate more intimately than most; I lost my eye to a hockey stick in June of 1990’

      • Dec 5th, 2017

      Help needed to find three missing men in North Cowichan/Duncan

      Heartbreak continues for family members uncertain of what happened to their loved ones

      • Dec 5th, 2017

      Chemainus Health Care Auxiliary truly a community gem

      Members pour out their hearts to making a difference that pays big dividends

      COLUMN: Is celebrity gossip your ‘local news’? Ottawa seems to think so

      News Media Canada board chair reflects on heritage minister’s response to newspaper closures

      • Nov 29th, 2017

      Chemainus support much appreciated

      Woman recovering after incident in Cambodia

      • Nov 28th, 2017

      We Dig Chemainus

      A regular report from Communities In Bloom

      • Nov 28th, 2017

      Flaggers face dangerous job on the road

      Driving habits need to change because injuries and death becoming all too common

      • Nov 26th, 2017

      Hockey coach Rochon receives fitting Wall of Fame honour

      Health just another challenge he’s facing head-on

      Continual yearly tax increases in North Cowichan questioned

      Are wage increases and steadily increasing levels of grants a factor?

      • Nov 23rd, 2017

      Returning rail traffic to Island corridor an overpriced option to benefit very few

      Single track as a commuter line would have a minimal impact

      • Nov 23rd, 2017

      Education vital in ever-changing world

      Being industrious and versatile will always lead to something no matter what the circumstances

      • Nov 21st, 2017

      Bad drivers should pay more for insurance

      It’s time to make driving records count more toward rates