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LETTER: Please refrain from visiting new Cape park for now, B.I. Conservancy requests for sake of ecologically fragile areas

LETTER: Please refrain from visiting new Cape park for now, B.I. Conservancy requests for sake of ecologically fragile areas

If islanders must visit, the Conservancy asks that folks limit walking to the three gravel driveway access routes and in particular, not walk along the shoreline
Canadians open to expanding access to medically assisted death: poll

Canadians open to expanding access to medically assisted death: poll

Western Canadians happy to throw out single-use-plastic habits: poll

Western Canadians happy to throw out single-use-plastic habits: poll

Moves to reduce reliance on hard-to-recycle plastics have broad support in B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, survey finds

LETTER: A note from the Well's Chantal Russell

'The Well has not run dry'
LETTER: Official Community Plan a critical aspect of Cape Roger Curtis future

LETTER: Official Community Plan a critical aspect of Cape Roger Curtis future

Its implications should factor into news coverage writes Nerys Poole

LETTER: How to make $500 last a lifetime

Alfred Rahn suggests donating the recovery benefit to the Health Centre Foundation
Biden victory restores some Canadian affection for U.S., poll finds

Biden victory restores some Canadian affection for U.S., poll finds

Positive views of our neighbours to the south dipped to a staggering low this summer. With Trump headed out this month, are we liking the U.S. more?
More B.C. residents blaming drugs, mental-health issues for crime

More B.C. residents blaming drugs, mental-health issues for crime

Survey finds change in public perception of causes of criminal activity
Similar numbers of Canadians and Americans say they approve of ‘political correctness’

Similar numbers of Canadians and Americans say they approve of ‘political correctness’

Canadians and Americans establish a clear difference on who should be “politically correct” depending on their role in society
B.C. residents support seizing cellphones of distracted drivers: poll

B.C. residents support seizing cellphones of distracted drivers: poll

More than half of British Columbians say they have recently witnessed a driver talking on a hand-held cellphone or texting while driving