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Baldrey: Poll raises alarm about growing extremism in Canada

Baldrey: Poll raises alarm about growing extremism in Canada

This country can’t claim to be fundamentally different than the U.S. when it comes to “misinformation, conspiracy theories and distrust,” survey suggests.
Jack Knox: Horticultural confusion a handicap as Cheap Food Era ends

Jack Knox: Horticultural confusion a handicap as Cheap Food Era ends

Being clueless about plant life is not something you’re supposed to admit in Victoria, the City of Gardens. It’s like being the only guy from Saskatchewan who can’t skate.
Letter: Hexed by Anmore development plan

Letter: Hexed by Anmore development plan

Rural-zoned community could use some wizardly intervention to save it from transformation into Whistler-style village.
Letter: TransLink is committed to improving HandyDART service

Letter: TransLink is committed to improving HandyDART service

Expansion, electrification of fleet are among changes planned to help 25,000 customers who are unable to independently use the conventional transit system.
Opinion: Support grows for B.C. anti-corruption commissioner following release of Cullen Commission report

Opinion: Support grows for B.C. anti-corruption commissioner following release of Cullen Commission report

Research Co. and Glacier Media last asked about the Cullen Commission in October 2021 and found a public that welcomed a deeper analysis into how people were illogically allowed to bring in hockey bags full of cash into casinos.
Les Leyne: RBCM fiasco 'on me,' Horgan says

Les Leyne: RBCM fiasco 'on me,' Horgan says

Horgan did his best to absorb all the responsibility for what happened
Opinion: Economic outlook on the near and far horizon: dark clouds of misery and gloom

Opinion: Economic outlook on the near and far horizon: dark clouds of misery and gloom

Local businesses are anxious, many are wounded by the pandemic, most are concerned about the near future.
Opinion: Progress gives reason for optimism on National Indigenous Peoples Day

Opinion: Progress gives reason for optimism on National Indigenous Peoples Day

Court victories have opened the doors to change for the better for First Nations, Métis and Inuit.
Letter: Thanks for supporting World Elder Abuse Awareness Day event

Letter: Thanks for supporting World Elder Abuse Awareness Day event

Participation from civic leaders, seniors, caregivers, fire officials shows we are a caring and supportive community.
Opinion: BC NDP maintains 11-point lead over BC Liberals in poll

Opinion: BC NDP maintains 11-point lead over BC Liberals in poll

Governing party tops survey despite getting failing grades for its handling of inflation, housing and health care.