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Letter: Abandoned responsibility

Letter: Abandoned responsibility

"We are losing sense of the responsibilities that come with bringing a child into the world..." ~ Malcolm Haynes
Survey: Majority of British Columbians back wider use of speed enforcement technology

Survey: Majority of British Columbians back wider use of speed enforcement technology

Since 2018, Research Co. and Glacier Media have asked British Columbians about automated speed enforcement.
Cartoon: Doctor's office

Cartoon: Doctor's office

What do you think about today's editorial cartoon?
Healthy Living: Fear should not be in schools' curriculum

Healthy Living: Fear should not be in schools' curriculum

"With the passage of time, or at least how we perceive it, perspective creates a kind of wisdom." ~ Robert Skender
Jack Knox: If they have to close shop anyway, why not Sunday?

Jack Knox: If they have to close shop anyway, why not Sunday?

It wasn’t until 1980 that then-premier Bill Bennett eased the ban on Sunday shopping.
An updated inventory of long-haul inflation implications and angst

An updated inventory of long-haul inflation implications and angst

Many things are worrisome about substantial, sustained increases in the cost of living and borrowing.
Monique Keiran: Researchers tackle mystery of missing bear toes, floating feet

Monique Keiran: Researchers tackle mystery of missing bear toes, floating feet

Five years after B.C. officials solved the decade-long mystery of detached sneaker-clad feet washing up on shore in the region, the cause of another foot mystery has been identified: grizzlies with missing toes
Cartoon: Alcohol consumption

Cartoon: Alcohol consumption

A proposed overhaul of Canada’s drinking guidelines warns of increased health risks from as few as three drinks per week
Editorial: Slow down in school zones

Editorial: Slow down in school zones

Be aware of your surroundings and make sure everyone gets to where they are headed safely...
Jack Knox: Island's first glimpse of Queen was most poignant

Jack Knox: Island's first glimpse of Queen was most poignant

She made the first of her seven visits to Vancouver Island in 1951, the only time she came here as ­princess, not queen.