Opinion

Letter to the editor.

Existing naturally working forests the most important entity to sustainability

Determinations to be made as public consultation process begins

  • Dec 2, 2022

 

Thanks to the hanging crew at Portals Gallery in Duncan for their work on the IceBear exhibit. (Photo courtesy of IceBear Studio)

Thank you for making IceBear exhibit such a success

Many people loaned sculpture and paintings for this exhibition

  • Nov 26, 2022

 

Letter to the editor.

Daylight in the morning most important

Primary issue in time change debate should be safety of school children

  • Nov 25, 2022

 

The latest Sports Wall of Fame inductions were held Saturday night at the Cowichan Golf & Country Club. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Baseball talent justly rewarded

Price and 1987 Little Leaguers receive great honour for their efforts

The latest Sports Wall of Fame inductions were held Saturday night at the Cowichan Golf & Country Club. (Photo by Don Bodger)
Firefighters hose down the PQB News offices on Wednesday, Nov. 9. (Michael Briones photo)

WOLF: Massive Parksville blaze sees ‘The News’ become the news

COLUMN: Despite best efforts of firefighters, 6 businesses razed

Firefighters hose down the PQB News offices on Wednesday, Nov. 9. (Michael Briones photo)
CVRD.

Fireworks issue still explosive

Question of enforcement remains

CVRD.
Letter to the editor.

Investigation of slo-pitch didn’t include reading staff report or watching video

Saltair director’s comments challenged compared to campaign statements

  • Oct 27, 2022
Letter to the editor.
Former B.C. attorney general and housing minister David Eby speaks to the media during a news conference in a park in downtown Vancouver, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2022. (Photo by Jonathan Hayward, the Canadian Press)

War on crime a hard battle

New premier needs to start his term with more enforceable actions

Former B.C. attorney general and housing minister David Eby speaks to the media during a news conference in a park in downtown Vancouver, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2022. (Photo by Jonathan Hayward, the Canadian Press)
Letter to the editor.

Change necessary for survival

More energy needs to be put into human behaviour

  • Oct 22, 2022
Letter to the editor.
Letter to the editor.

Environmental waste without political utility

Time to ban elections signs

  • Oct 21, 2022
Letter to the editor.
Letter to the editor.

OCP omits bylaw for Neighbourhood Zero Emission Vehicles

North Cowichan not among the 31 districts in the province preparing a pilot project

  • Oct 21, 2022
Letter to the editor.
Municipality of North Cowichan

Low voter turnout a disappointment

Only 32.53 per cent cast their ballots in North Cowichan

Municipality of North Cowichan
Letter to the editor.

Rentals a nightmare with rising costs

No one can ever afford to move without paying hundreds of dollars more

  • Oct 15, 2022
Letter to the editor.
Letter to the editor.

Municipal issues must be first and foremost

Candidates with other aspirations should not be running

  • Oct 14, 2022
Letter to the editor.
Elections in the Cowichan Valley include a recreation referendum.

Playing field not even for vote

Referendum vote on recreation not equitable within the municipality

Elections in the Cowichan Valley include a recreation referendum.
Letter to the editor.

Elect council to axe forest review

Let’s stop these costly studies or reviews

  • Oct 7, 2022
Letter to the editor.
Letter to the editor.

Protect our municipality with your vote

If we give it away we cannot get it back

  • Oct 6, 2022
Letter to the editor.
North Cowichan.

Voter turnout always an issue

There’s no use complaining if you don’t take action

North Cowichan.
letters

Letter: Vote for North Cowichan candidates committed to finishing the Forest Review

I hope all the candidates will support finishing the Forest Review in 2022

  • Oct 2, 2022
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There are 15 contenders for six North Cowichan councillor positions and three for mayor.

Election battles need to stay civil

No place for childish behaviour like defacing and destroying signs

There are 15 contenders for six North Cowichan councillor positions and three for mayor.