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Letter: Drivers also part of the problem

That doesn’t mean they haven’t been parented well or taught safety

  • Sep 6, 2022
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Letter: Cycling in Mill Bay is terrible

Needless to say, we won’t be returning to the area

  • Sep 6, 2022
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Letter: Toward good

I used to believe this about humankind in general. Now not so much

  • Sep 6, 2022
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Some PQB News readers cite a lack of good manners (such as holding a door open) as something people don’t seem to remember these days. (Black Press file photo)

WOLF: Readers cite manners, civility, reasonable debate as ‘lost skills’

COLUMN: Cursive writing, driving a standard and blacksmithing also seemingly forgotten

Some PQB News readers cite a lack of good manners (such as holding a door open) as something people don’t seem to remember these days. (Black Press file photo)
Tim Schewe

Drivesmart column: Stopping for a school bus is required

Surely all drivers should not hesitate to stop when the red lights on a stopped bus are flashing

  • Sep 4, 2022
Tim Schewe
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Robert Barron column: “Forgotten War” should be remembered

It’s the least we can do for the many who gave their lives for us

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What’s left of my last batch of sauerkraut. It adds a crunchy saltiness to salads. (Mary Lowther photo)

Mary Lowther column: Power smart food preservation

We can freeze and can, but there’s something to be said for preserving food without electricity

  • Sep 3, 2022
What’s left of my last batch of sauerkraut. It adds a crunchy saltiness to salads. (Mary Lowther photo)
Sarah Simpson
Sarah Simpson
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Letter: My favourite horse

What will it be wearing?

  • Sep 2, 2022
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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

  • Sep 2, 2022
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Letter: Valley loses best friend

Transform Chemainus into a world famous tourist attraction

  • Sep 2, 2022
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Black Press Media has joined 46 other journalism associations and media outlets to call for more action against hate and threats that target journalists and their safety. (CAJ creative)

Black Press Media joins 46 media outlets to call for plan to protect journalists against hate, threats

Led by the Canadian Association of Journalists, police and the federal government need to do more to protect reporters

  • Sep 1, 2022
Black Press Media has joined 46 other journalism associations and media outlets to call for more action against hate and threats that target journalists and their safety. (CAJ creative)
(File photo)

Editorial: Childhood vaccinations vital to continued health

These are not benign diseases

  • Sep 1, 2022
(File photo)
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Letter: BCGEU greedy over contract

BCGEU is asking for a wage increase of five per cent per year

  • Aug 30, 2022
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Letter: Music moves us

Kiran Ahluwalia, whose performance was sung in Indian and Pakistani was unbelievable!

  • Aug 30, 2022
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Letter: Rail and trail not mutually exclusive

It is entirely possible to have a bike trail next to a reinvigorated railway

  • Aug 30, 2022
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Letter: Neighbour supports Village

I have visited the site several times

  • Aug 29, 2022
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Letter: Drug dealers should be charged with murder

How many people have lost their lives?

  • Aug 29, 2022
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Almost $400,000 is coming into our region for arts and sports organizations through the latest round of Community Gaming Grants. Photo by Mike Davies/Campbell River Mirror

Weston: Why is money so confusing?

Tips on how to get you and your money speaking the same language

Almost $400,000 is coming into our region for arts and sports organizations through the latest round of Community Gaming Grants. Photo by Mike Davies/Campbell River Mirror
The Suncor oil sands facility seen from a helicopter near Fort McMurray, Alta., Tuesday, July 10, 2012. The insurance industry is grappling with whether to continue supporting fossil fuels in the face of the climate change threat. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh

COLE’s NOTES: Is it time to put warning labels on fossil fuel products?

Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment says more climate literacy is needed

The Suncor oil sands facility seen from a helicopter near Fort McMurray, Alta., Tuesday, July 10, 2012. The insurance industry is grappling with whether to continue supporting fossil fuels in the face of the climate change threat. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh