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a new fence and many new signs, all basically saying ‘public not welcome’
Still many individuals who feel free to spew hateful ideas about the nature of drug use
Will help reduce the costs to our local, provincial and federal governments
Here we have a project driven by the RCMP and Ottawa
It seems that John Horgan is putting his future into politics of trying to win a majority government
An honorary citizen of Canada at the initiative of Prime Minister Stephen Harper in 2010.
I find it offensive.
Fiscal conservative and socially liberal political philosophies are called classical liberalism.
Harm reduction is an important part of addressing the overdose crisis in B.C.
In my loud gentle voice I say to you, please clean up after you or your animal friend.
U.S. civil war? I mentioned moons ago that Trump would create a…
I was shocked to see our only stop-gap solution is ugly, fenced, tent-style holding pens
Am I willing to pay extra in taxes to provide a safe place for all to enjoy the quarry?
All political stripes seem to agree that WE is a worthwhile organization
Soon the Cowichan Valley will get a new cop shop on the backs of the North Cowichan taxpayers.
We need not forget or look any further than our greatest Canadian hero, Terry Stanley Fox.
Harm reduction is an essential, stop gap measure
Haters gonna hate hate hate hate.
Would the $2 million not be better spent on treatment?
It sure as hell isn’t going reduce deaths