Too many levels of care in hospitals

Patient care affected by greater number of job descriptions

Veracity of scientists’ opinion doubted

Reader second-guesses statements doubting starfish plight is due to Fukushima radiation, let alone other factors

Earned wealth definition a matter of perspective

Columnist skews ideas of social and climate justice

Nursing cuts will hurt patient safety: BCNU

Nurses' union argues against proposed model for nursing on Vancouver Island

Nursing care model prompts many questions

Victoria registered nurse wonders about implementation of Island Health's plans

Harper himself to blame for manipulation of media

Prime Minister's Office staff simply following orders, reader writes

Nursing model doesn’t make sense

Removing nurses from bedside reduces the level of care

Separating Saanich something to ponder

Idea of creating larger municipalities comes with major administrative costs

Cruise industry facts need closer inspection

James Bay resident has studied various aspects of cruise industry

Larger municipalities, larger cost

Smaller jurisdictions prove to be more efficient than larger ones, writer states

BRUCE CARTER: Don’t get left at the curb

Transportation system between Island and mainland needs to be streamlined

Too-general resolutions can be easily broken

Editorial discouraging new year's resolutions makes sense

No leadership shown during Harper’s visit

Prime Minister's photo opportunity trip a wasted opportunity for dialogue

Amalgamation Yes? More like facts, no!

Larger municipalities would require more oversight, not less

Sewage treatment plan perfect premise for movie

CRD's Seaterra program a disaster movie in the making

Resident in the dark over city’s lack of action

Burned out light situation an accident waiting to happen

Hydro cost analysis no simple matter

Accountant sets the record straight on Hydro comments

Oak Bay Police Chief Const. Mark Fisher is leaving the force in the new year to return to the RCMP as Nanaimo’s Superintendent.

Oak Bay chief returns to RCMP

Fisher is returning to the Mounties as Nanaimo RCMP detachment’s officer in charge.

Oak Bay Police Chief Const. Mark Fisher is leaving the force in the new year to return to the RCMP as Nanaimo’s Superintendent.

Temporary Craigflower bridge would ease pain

A bit of forethought could have avoided inconvenience for residents, business woes for retailers

Tax increases unsustainable for Victoria residents

Bumping property tax by more than rate of inflation in city is unfair