We need to realize how much we depend on the oceans for food, oxygen and water
I am absolutely aware of our local farm odours and have totally accepted them as a part of living on the Peninsula
Why does Mr. Brian Shepherd of Sidney in a recent letter to the editor, blame Mr. Lunn for the perceived ills of the interchange?
If you don’t like Walmart ads in the paper, go out and start your own paper. Then you can run whatever ads you like
It is always interesting to read the PNR to obtain their take of what is happening in our community
Too much governance for Greater Victorians by comparison to other cities
Putting up new speed limit signs shouldn't be too expensive, reader writes
Ten-page application form for submitting pipeline comments audacious, reader writes
No accountability in our prime minister, Liberal leader
Esquimalt resident feels politicians dumping on his community
Esquimalt resident put off by apparent lack of action to halt plans
Elizabeth May, Green Party leader, stated unequivocally she posted all of her expenditures online
'Dogs were banned from school playgrounds because many owners were not responsible for picking up their excrement'
The road to nowhere cost $35 million, and still doesn’t really go anywhere, but we can’t afford $2 million to keep our children safe
As an example of neighbours acting in good faith, residents of Amelia Avenue in Sidney have decided to work among themselves first
Our outlook on the health of our oceans needs to be drastically reformed
Ocean acidification is growing at an alarming rate
If we all do something, it’s not such an enormous task to keep our oceans clean
It is time to look to the future as many towns in Europe have done and make Beacon Avenue a pedestrian mall
Reader wonders 'are you really that desperate for funds that you have to put Wal-Mart advertising on the front page of our community paper?'
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