Editorials

In Our Opinion: Pop-up event is an AED solution for downtown

Redesign Rupert launches Phase 2 and lists Third Avenue revitalization as a key priority

  • Aug 30th, 2018

DeMeer: Cats and dogs are reigning – and it’s wrong

Princeton editor Andra DeMeer tackles the issue placing pets over people

EDITORIAL: Vandalism shows need for rainbow crosswalk

Hateful graffiti shows Salmon Arm’s need for a symbol of inclusion

EDITORIAL: Maryland journalists killed in pursuit of truth

Five people were gunned down in the Capital Gazette newsroom

Editorial: What’s all the fuss about pot?

Don’t worry, be happy about pot legalization

  • Jun 26th, 2018

EDITORIAL: All children created equal

There are still some who justify President Donald Trump’s treatment of migrant children

  • Jun 19th, 2018
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Terrace holds fundraiser for Telegraph Creek
Terrace kids get tech savvy at Digi Camps
New replica of Skeena's last sternwheeler to debut at Riverboat Days
Kool-Aid Man runs for mayor

Bye-bye for baby

Reporter Marisca Bakker says reuniting a family perfect way to leave (for now) as she grows hers.

EDITORIAL: Minority rules in our colourful culture

Quibbles over symbolic rainbow crossings belie critics’ genuine concerns

  • Jun 6th, 2018

EDITORIAL: Fueling our fear with higher gas prices

Higher gas prices are said to drive us to take public transit. Are we there yet?

  • May 10th, 2018

EDITORIAL: Food fight breaks out in B.C. Legislature

Private members bill would eliminate $61-a-day per diem for local MLAs in Greater Victoria

  • May 10th, 2018

EDITORIAL: Fight bullying every day

Pink Shirt Day is Feb. 28

  • Feb 25th, 2018

Column: Swedish hockey captain missed the silver lining

Sportsmanship is also a skill that needs practice after Lias Andersson threw his silver medal into the crowd

  • Jan 8th, 2018

Editorial: Looking back on 2017

It was a year filled with disasters, but also with the strength of people and community

  • Dec 28th, 2017

Keeping northern routes up to Greyhound

Ridership lost confidence in company over security, scheduling, pricing

Are schools hiding the truth?

Vague provincial assessments do not help students prepare for the real world

  • Sep 21st, 2017