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Two children under 18 held in custody by the Iranian regime that have been sponsored by Federal Canadian MPs to try to help stop their execution. Ali Rakhshani, 17, is endorsed by Fleetwood-Port Kells MP Ken Hardie, and Mohammad Rakhshani, 16, is endorsed by North Vancouver MP Jonathan Wilkinson. (Twitter @balo0chgirl)

OPINION: Iranian woman living in Fraser Valley urging MPs to sponsor prisoners to avoid execution

Nine federal Liberal MPs ‘sponsor’ Iranian detainees by sharing their plights on social media

Two children under 18 held in custody by the Iranian regime that have been sponsored by Federal Canadian MPs to try to help stop their execution. Ali Rakhshani, 17, is endorsed by Fleetwood-Port Kells MP Ken Hardie, and Mohammad Rakhshani, 16, is endorsed by North Vancouver MP Jonathan Wilkinson. (Twitter @balo0chgirl)
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LETTER: Memories of Valdy and Head Acres

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LETTER: Birds a harbinger of the threats facing our planet

We live in Colwood, in the heart of unprecedented development, near a…

  • Jan 14, 2023
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LETTER: Fundamental changes needed to ensure real justice

Your editorial with a new year’s message, in my view, is little…

  • Jan 14, 2023
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LETTER: Off-leash dogs can be detrimental to park experience

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  • Jan 13, 2023
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LETTER: Crazy times breed crazy policies

Re: Library phases out overdue fines (News, Jan.12) So the Vancouver Island…

  • Jan 13, 2023
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Worker at Swartz Bay terminal. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chad Hipolito)
Worker at Swartz Bay terminal. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chad Hipolito)
Jessica Peters is a reporter with the Abbotsford News, and an invasive cervical cancer survivor.

OPINION: Cervical cancer awareness didn’t seem important to me, until it was

January is cervical awareness month and a time to understand how devastating the disease really is

Jessica Peters is a reporter with the Abbotsford News, and an invasive cervical cancer survivor.
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LETTER: Rant better left unpublished

Re: the letter ‘Mayor should do his homework’ in the Dec. 29…

  • Jan 8, 2023
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FILE - This undated image provided by the National Ignition Facility at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory shows the NIF Target Bay in Livermore, Calif. The system uses 192 laser beams converging at the center of this giant sphere to make a tiny hydrogen fuel pellet implode. (Damien Jemison/Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory via AP, File)

OPINION: Nuclear fusion may change our world but renewable energy sources will save it: experts

Harnessing nuclear fusion could take more than 40 years, while some solutions already exist

  • Jan 8, 2023
FILE - This undated image provided by the National Ignition Facility at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory shows the NIF Target Bay in Livermore, Calif. The system uses 192 laser beams converging at the center of this giant sphere to make a tiny hydrogen fuel pellet implode. (Damien Jemison/Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory via AP, File)
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LETTER: Criticism rings hollow

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  • Jan 8, 2023
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LETTER: Defeated candidate seems bitter

I have never written to a newspaper before but feel I must…

  • Jan 7, 2023
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LETTER: Langford tree bylaw cuts public out of the process

It’s evident that good governance of a city includes letting the taxpayer…

  • Jan 7, 2023
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Someone in Victoria had a frustrating birthday after a sign meant for them was put on the wrong lawn. (Pexels photo)
Someone in Victoria had a frustrating birthday after a sign meant for them was put on the wrong lawn. (Pexels photo)
A sign at the Victoria Original Joe’s location on McKenzie Avenue. (Chris Campbell photo)
A sign at the Victoria Original Joe’s location on McKenzie Avenue. (Chris Campbell photo)
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LETTER: Dog owners shouldn’t be the scapegoat for problems in parks

Last year, dog owners lost access to all the beaches from Cadboro…

  • Jan 6, 2023
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Letter: Let’s have a conversation about housing

The intense discussion around the issue of affordable housing on Vancouver Island…

  • Jan 5, 2023
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The Buffalo Bills pray on the field after their teammate Damar Hamlin was taken to hospital after suffering cardiac arrest. (@BuffaloBills/Twitter)

Jordy’s Journal: The good and the bad of the Damar Hamlin incident

As of Wednesday morning, Hamlin remains in critical condition in ICU, showing signs of improvement

The Buffalo Bills pray on the field after their teammate Damar Hamlin was taken to hospital after suffering cardiac arrest. (@BuffaloBills/Twitter)
Still from Chilliwack Realtor Kevin Schroeder’s January 2022 Instagram video where he explains how BC Assessment increases in property value have no impact on property taxes. (Instagram @kevinschroederrealtor)

OPINION: B.C. Realtor’s explanation how property assessment increases do not affect taxes

Because it’s important, a 2nd look at Kevin Schroeder’s Instagram video on how property taxes work

Still from Chilliwack Realtor Kevin Schroeder’s January 2022 Instagram video where he explains how BC Assessment increases in property value have no impact on property taxes. (Instagram @kevinschroederrealtor)
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LETTER: Homeowners should be able to cut trees on their own property

It is sad a homeowner cannot cut some trees on his property…

  • Dec 31, 2022
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