Editorials

EDITORIAL: Protecting our forests starts with you

Careless behaviour costs us all

  • Jul 16th, 2017
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Students vs. teacher game of 'bubble gladiator' results in whiplash
Orca Vigil
Vancouver Police officer assault
Portraits of the homeless at Our Place

EDITORIAL: Protecting our forests starts with you

Careless behaviour costs us all

  • Jul 16th, 2017

EDITORIAL: The CRD needs to take a close look at lifeguards at Thetis Lake

Budget contraints don’t cut it when lives are at risk

  • Jul 15th, 2017

EDITORIAL: Helping fire victims from Victoria is a phone call or mouse click away

Red Cross on the ground in affected areas and at the ready for your donations

  • Jul 13th, 2017

EDITORIAL: City of Victoria taking back regulatory control with pot shop decision

Reaction to public outcry, change to rules paralells situation with liquor retail stores in 2000s

  • Jul 11th, 2017

Local libraries are ahead of the curve

New resources give card holders access to the digital world

  • Jul 6th, 2017

EDITORIAL: Not hopeful about level of debate in legislature

Once government is sorted out, there’s plenty of room for improvement

  • Jun 28th, 2017

EDITORIAL: Supervised consumption sites must be close to users in Victoria

Having two facilities within a block of each other makes sense

  • Jun 27th, 2017

Shared Canada 150 celebrations simply feel good

Inclusion of First Nations in events, planning, is an evolution in relationship

  • Jun 22nd, 2017

Talk is cheap, bridge delays are not in Victoria

City council needs to show leadership on this potentially election-defining issue

  • Jun 20th, 2017

New VicPD chief is the right person for the job

Del Manak is a homegrown cop who worked hard to reach the top job in Victoria

  • Jun 16th, 2017

EDITORIAL: Cycling’s popularity lasts more than a week in Victoria

Bike to Work Week Victoria illustrates the demand for cycling infrastructure

  • May 31st, 2017

How the city is taking action on cannabis dispensaries

Many people wonder why and how the city is regulating, rather than just closing them down

B.C. should be concerned about NDP’s Leap Manifesto

Jim Shepard has been the CEO and/or chair of some of B.C.’s largest companies and organizations.

  • Apr 21st, 2017