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In some ways, it doesn’t feel like enough.
So which part of the red tape would you like officials to cut out, exactly?
Is it really that dangerous here?
We don’t hear much about communities urging businesses to leave town.
We understand the principles of the carbon marketplace and believe it can be a good thing.
Children have no choice over whether they are poor or not.
We can only hope we won’t now run across it dumped in the woods.
One thing is absolutely clear: if we give up the track now, we will never get it back.
It’s time to look at instituting a needle exchange for illicit drug users in Cowichan
Look at the world we live in today.
With snow possible in the next few days, winter has well and truly arrived.
This is a classic example of a far-off bureaucracy sticking their nose in where it doesn’t belong.
There’s no doubt about it, the electric vehicle revolution is coming, and quickly.
Infilling is almost always more desirable than increasing urban sprawl
Now that’s a study we can get behind.
Hunters have a huge responsibility that they must take seriously.
The Citizen’s new publisher was blown away that there are more than 700 farms in the Cowichan Valley