Letters

Rail renewal flogging dead horse

When will we finally stop flogging a dead horse?

  • Aug 15th, 2017

Crofton part of Cowichan Valley

Citizen news paper dearly missed in Crofton

  • Aug 15th, 2017

Cobble Hill taxpayers concerned

For the first time ever, my wife and I have decided to…

  • Aug 15th, 2017

Geoengineering, smart meters worse than wood smoke

Hydro have no intention of making things affordable for the average household.

  • Aug 10th, 2017
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Youbou Regatta parkside fun

     

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      Youbou Regatta Fun on the water

         

        Youbou Regatta begins Aug. 12 with a fun parade

           

          Khadr’s reward should have been Canada, not money

          Khadr’s “reward” for enduring Guantanamo should have been the “privilege” to return to Canada

          • Aug 9th, 2017

          Burning wood as old as humanity

          We are bombarded all the time with all kinds of chemicals and fumes.

          • Aug 9th, 2017

          What goes around, comes around

          Now is John Horgan an honest John, or a dishonest John?

          • Aug 9th, 2017

          Why do farmers water crops in middle of day?

          I am a residential citizen in Cobble Hill who certainly supports water restrictions

          • Aug 9th, 2017

          39 Days of July deserves praise and support

          The crowds watching this ongoing event were really impressive.

          • Aug 9th, 2017

          Crofton mill more serious than woodsmoke

          Clear away the wildfire smoke, and the mill smoke remains a constant year-round intruder

          • Aug 9th, 2017

          Canada has no obligation to protect Khadr

          What about our military, any military; is a child worth more than a 20 year old?

          • Aug 8th, 2017

          A few solutions to pressing Cowichan problems

          Roundabout: Everyone needs to take a course.

          • Aug 8th, 2017

          Time for North Cowichan to eliminate burning

          That the municipality should even consider open burning in this day and age is beyond belief.

          • Aug 8th, 2017

          Ownership ensures continued softwood disputes

          Provinces keep stumpage fees low as their interest is to promote work

          • Aug 8th, 2017

          You are ultimately responsible for your well-being

          The opiod crisis will take at least a generation to be reduced.

          • Aug 8th, 2017

          Had to move out of Cowichan due to smoke

          I had to leave my home in North Cowichan after being diagnosed with COPD

          • Aug 8th, 2017

          Expanding outdoor burning sheer folly

          Are they trying to deny that there’s a problem with air quality from wood burning?

          • Aug 4th, 2017