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Increasingly, when it comes to water, we are feast or famine
The pandemic has exacerbated the problem almost beyond imagination
It’s time to face the future and take real steps to make sure it’s one we can live with
Last week an open burning ban came into effect for the Coastal Fire Centre
Most people are genuinely trying to do their best to separate the metaphorical wheat from the chaff
Changing public transit like buses to electric really is important.
To claim that we didn’t need to do anything to combat COVID is absurd nonsense
To date we have not been proactive in protecting our aquatic environments
We’d like to beg people not to deliberately feed the bears
Tourism-related businesses in Cowichan have seen revenues drop by as much as 40 per cent
Tons of people are getting pets during the pandemic, some for the first time
They’re just not quite sure they want to get a vaccine — yet
Trees make communities better.
There are opportunities, often sitting right in the middle of our small communities.
It’s essentially the collective emergency fund
How are we going to get there from here?
We sincerely hope it’s an interest that people will stick with through the other side of the pandemic
The latest numbers from January of this year tell us that 165 people died from drug overdoses
Almost all municipalities own chunks that could be converted for such a purpose.
The average Canadian wastes 79 kilograms of food each year