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They don’t just annoy immediate neighbours, they become magnets for trouble
One-third of children and two-thirds of adults in Canada are overweight.
Some of us remember as youngsters happily spending hours making daisy chains in the school fields.
Testament to what can be done when a problem is acknowledged and a commitment made to fixing it
Princeton editor Andra DeMeer tackles the issue placing pets over people
They’re running across things like broken glass and lighters, or the ever-disgusting used diapers
It was a slap in the face.
So far few people have declared their candidacy
Looking forward, that leaves the river 60 days, or two months, short of water.
The biggest change will come from the inevitable development around the hospital.
Things are about to look a little different around here.
Hateful graffiti shows Salmon Arm’s need for a symbol of inclusion
First, it would be a shame to lose a provincial grant to help with this project.
It took planning. It took vision. And most of all it took heart.
We’ve also seen far too many cigarette ends discarded in bark mulch
It also puts police a long way from the Malahat Highway 1 corridor
Few people outside of young children make use of a personal flotation device
The importance to the Cowichan Valley of having a hospital cannot be overstated.
Don’t be foolish.
There’s a misconception that’s been growing in our society over the decades: roads are only for cars