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Jack Knox: So, I went to a casino and a hockey game broke out

Jack Knox: So, I went to a casino and a hockey game broke out

A parade of gambling commercials during TV hockey games
Poll: Majority of qathet respondents against new Royal BC Museum construction

Poll: Majority of qathet respondents against new Royal BC Museum construction

Just under 90 per cent cast negative votes
Letter: Possible name change meetings must stop

Letter: Possible name change meetings must stop

I was deeply offended on Wednesday, May 11, at the possible name change for Powell River meeting at Evergreen Theatre when I witnessed a speaker list untruths claiming they were facts. ~ Terra Demiris
Opinion: Learning to survive in an American classroom

Opinion: Learning to survive in an American classroom

I spent many of my formative school years in the U.S., where safety drills for hurricanes and anything more sinister were the norm. And sometimes when I did have to hide under my desk, it wasn't a drill. As more school shootings are reported, I wonder what those classroom experiences really taught.
Les Leyne: How NDP team dug itself into deep hole with $789M museum project

Les Leyne: How NDP team dug itself into deep hole with $789M museum project

Government should have involved the public more in its museum decisions
Comment: The real reason for the shortage of doctors? Bureaucracy

Comment: The real reason for the shortage of doctors? Bureaucracy

There’s a culprit behind health-care shortages in B.C. Its name? Bureaucracy.
Keith Baldrey: Can political parties keep it together?

Keith Baldrey: Can political parties keep it together?

Political infighting that toppled Alberta premier Jason Kenney not limited to provincial parties.
Opinion: Gang of four needs cohesion not fragmentation in 2022’s fight for city hall

Opinion: Gang of four needs cohesion not fragmentation in 2022’s fight for city hall

Each challenger has an authentic purpose of public service.
Letter: A late ferry meant missing the last bus and walking home in the rain

Letter: A late ferry meant missing the last bus and walking home in the rain

'The ferry I took home from the city was 35 minutes late, so the only busses leaving from the ferry had already departed by the time we arrived in Langdale. This left me with only one option; walking for over an hour on a dark, rainy evening to get home. '
Jack Knox: Little free libraries a reminder of grassroots goodness

Jack Knox: Little free libraries a reminder of grassroots goodness

Greater Victoria's little free libraries were probably started on Clare Street in 2008 by Angela Evans