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Opinion: Ingrid Rice cartoon — God Save Our Queen

Opinion: Ingrid Rice cartoon — God Save Our Queen

Queen Elizabeth, who was 96 when she died Sept. 8, spent 70 years on the throne.
Herbal Healing: Clock ticks on making vitamin D

Herbal Healing: Clock ticks on making vitamin D

Like water, the sun is essential for life, but like water, you can get too much sun. ~ Todd Caldecott
Editorial: Literacy lessons

Editorial: Literacy lessons

International Literacy Day takes place on Thursday, September 8
Cartoon: Math problems

Cartoon: Math problems

How are your math skills?
Letter: Mechanical or process breakdown at BC Ferries?

Letter: Mechanical or process breakdown at BC Ferries?

'BC Ferries’ numerous mechanical breakdowns have now become a staple reason provided for their ongoing delays. Where is their preventative maintenance plan? The only plans we seem to see are reactive and corrective, which is wreaking havoc on the Coast’s ability to rely on reliable service between Horseshoe Bay and Langdale.'
Your labour matters: celebrate the strength of Canadian workers

Your labour matters: celebrate the strength of Canadian workers

"Thank you to those who stand up again and again for everyday people." ~ North Island-Powell River MP Rachel Blaney
Kicking the Clutter: How to deal with manipulative people

Kicking the Clutter: How to deal with manipulative people

As human beings, all of us are capable of manipulating, controlling, blaming or not telling the truth to gain something
Letters: The Coast needs a new BC Ferries vessel – four years ago

Letters: The Coast needs a new BC Ferries vessel – four years ago

'This situation is not new – BC Ferries proposed the construction of a new ferry for Route 3 in 2018. If your ministry had approved the ask, a new ferry would have been in operation by now. Inexplicably, your ministry refused to do so.'
Poll: Majority of qathet respondents prefer freshwater dip

Poll: Majority of qathet respondents prefer freshwater dip

66 per cent indicate choose lake swimming over ocean
Opinion: Ottawa animosity sparks rise in Alberta sovereignty aspirations

Opinion: Ottawa animosity sparks rise in Alberta sovereignty aspirations

Many survey respondents say they are “Albertans first and Canadians second."