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Reader questions B.C. Liberals’ math

Adding to B.C. debtload doesn't make for a balanced budget

Greater penalties needed for distracted drivers

Treat such infractions similar to impaired driving

Catherine Kavelaars of Boulders Climbing Gym in Central Saanich was all smiles after finishing her speed event there last Saturday. She won the Youth ‘A’ female division at the Sport Climbing Association of B.C. difficulty and speed competition.

Climbers speed up Boulders’ wall in Central Saanich

Various records set during weekend speed and difficulty competition

Catherine Kavelaars of Boulders Climbing Gym in Central Saanich was all smiles after finishing her speed event there last Saturday. She won the Youth ‘A’ female division at the Sport Climbing Association of B.C. difficulty and speed competition.

COLUMN: Graydon Leigh – Olympic hockey final brings Victorians together

Last weekend was not your average Sunday for normally sleepy B.C. residents

Don’t sacrifice the uniqueness of Greater Victoria municipalities

We should ask more from local politicians rather than risk losing area's character through amalgamation

Greater Victoria amalgamation would solve tradespeople’s woes

Standardization of requirements between municipalities would help matters

Canada Post not responding appropriately to service failures

Problems identified on the inside of national service

Fossil fuel subsidies poor use of tax money

Big oil companies don't need subsidizing, but families need more supports

Too much sewage uncertainty

Circumstances such as potential for Colwood withrdrawal dictate reconsidering Capital Region's treatment plan

Edith Nee

Edith Nee’s family, friends appealing for kidney donor

Nee, former chair of the B.C. Press Council, was diagnosed with kidney failure two years ago.

Edith Nee

Cell tower concerns must be taken seriously

Reader glad to see feds taking notice of expansion of cell tower placement

Give young, blind Canadians a chance to shine

Saanich-based advocate for the blind argues for giving training to young people

Spoiler ending for Gracepoint?

Reader anticipates different ending for locally filmed TV series

Lobby politicians on climate action

Environmental bills continue to get short shrift at parliament

Pipeline hearings a right for residents

Every one on the coast has some kind of connection to the sea

Nurse clarifies point behind print ads

Frustrated letter writer should read to bottom of ad

Nursing changes worry retired Victoria RN

Former nurse calls on Island Health to explain reasons for change

Shift of police priorities needed in Capital Region

Better use of resources would come with direction from elected officials

Singer Young’s opinion counts

Neil Young speaks with passion about the enviro-future of his native country

Certain dogs are bred for aggression

Calling pitbulls, Rottweilers and Dobermans loving breeds doesn't make sense