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Letter: It’s time to make the polluters pay

The industry fuelling the climate crisis is rolling in money

  • Nov 9, 2022
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Letter: Letters enlightening

Unless you adhere to left of centre progressivism you are apparently a pariah worthy of persecution

  • Nov 7, 2022
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Letter: Thank you to people who helped after fall

It’s been a tough three weeks, but I’m well on the mend

  • Nov 7, 2022
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Letter: Payments to doctors should begin immediately

The announcement is a win-win situation for both doctors and patients

  • Nov 7, 2022
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Letter: Recreation referendum unfair

The recreation referendum was a set-up

  • Nov 7, 2022
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Letter: Honour peace on Remembrance Day

I will think of all those who have died

  • Nov 7, 2022
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Naturally regenerated forest on Mount Prevost. (David Slade photo)

Guest column: A tree farm is not a forest

Don’t think that you can stand in middle of this tree farm and believe this is future we should seek

  • Nov 6, 2022
Naturally regenerated forest on Mount Prevost. (David Slade photo)
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Alistair MacGregor column: NDP calling out massive corporate profits and ‘greedflation’

I believe there should be an affordable and fair food strategy

  • Nov 6, 2022
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Drivesmart column: What is road rage?

These behaviors include rude and verbal insults, yelling, physical threats or dangerous driving

  • Nov 6, 2022
Drive Smart columnist Tim Schewe.
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Robert Barron: Rat hunting was part of school day

Rats began swarming out of there in every direction, including straight at us

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Cauliflower transplanted Sept. 12 and harvested today. The leaves are also edible. (Mary Lowther photo)

Mary Lowther column: A few to do items before resting on winter laurels

The best part of the year though, is being able to harvest my late planted crops

  • Nov 5, 2022
Cauliflower transplanted Sept. 12 and harvested today. The leaves are also edible. (Mary Lowther photo)
Snacks and papers galore, these players await the rest of the D&D crew. (Submitted by Chris Lumley)

Sarah Simpson Column: Entering the world of Dungeons and Dragons

A community DD game has been going on over a month now

Snacks and papers galore, these players await the rest of the D&D crew. (Submitted by Chris Lumley)
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Letter: Bamberton quarry expansions happening a bit at a time, but adding up

Why is the Environment Ministry not concerned how current operations are impacting the environment?

  • Nov 4, 2022
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Letter: South Cowichan should remain in Cowichan riding

Voter apathy at any government level is sadly the problem

  • Nov 3, 2022
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Letter: When will envirommental targets be met?

If there were no humans living on the planet there would be no pollution

  • Nov 3, 2022
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Those escaping domestic violence will often need a place to stay. A hotel in their community may or may not take them. (Citizen file)

Editorial: Hotels may turn away those escaping domestic violence

It seems unconscionable to deny someone in such a situation a safe haven

  • Nov 3, 2022
Those escaping domestic violence will often need a place to stay. A hotel in their community may or may not take them. (Citizen file)
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Letter: Stop foreign aid and downpayment requirements for home buyers

Purchasers must pay a five per cent down payment on real estate sales of less than $500,000

  • Nov 1, 2022
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Barb Presseau, seen here on Oct. 21, 2022, is upset the man who killed her son Doug on July 7, 2017 downtown Chilliwack is set for statutory release on or near Nov. 19, 2022. Kirkland Russell was sentenced to eight years for the killing. (Paul Henderson/ Chilliwack Progress)

OPINION: Mother of B.C. man stabbed to death outraged over killer’s imminent release

Barbara Presseau wants public to know that offenders only serve two-thirds of sentences behind bars

Barb Presseau, seen here on Oct. 21, 2022, is upset the man who killed her son Doug on July 7, 2017 downtown Chilliwack is set for statutory release on or near Nov. 19, 2022. Kirkland Russell was sentenced to eight years for the killing. (Paul Henderson/ Chilliwack Progress)
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Letter: Thank you for elevator rescue

Thanks to the Duncan Fire Department

  • Oct 31, 2022
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Letter: Declining Olympics the right call

British Columbians cannot afford to spend billions on a two week sporting event

  • Oct 31, 2022
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