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HST horror stories fade away

HST horror stories fade away

The B.C. government has released its audited public accounts for what Bill Vander Zalm enthusiasts strain to depict as Year One of the Harmonized Sales Tax Apocalypse.

Leave Peninsula residents out of payment formula

LRT, transit, Peninsula, taxes

Local man’s work in Haiti commendable

Haiti, Jacmel, Red Cross, earthquake relief

Don Descoteau: Summertime madness in the mix

Summer is a time when, with many media contacts on holidays, reporters often bide their time waiting for something odd or outstanding to happen. Among the things catching my attention of late is the price of gas.

Bus transfer restrictions dig into seniors’ pockets

B.C. Transit transfers seniors

Natural gas is not a solution to climate change

David Suzuki, natural gas, fossil fuels

Our View: Silly season getting closer

Halfway through summer, most of us aren’t thinking too much about the fall and this November’s municipal election. But if you’re thinking about running as a candidate, the weeks are running out for you to begin planning your campaign.

Pamela Martin’s new job irks reader

Pamela Martin, Christy Clark

Editorial perpetuates term’s misuse

Olympics, Chief Jamie Graham, Victoria police, conservatism, liberals

Esmeralda’s invite implies support for its history

Esmeralda Chilean torture ship in Victoria BC