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Les Leyne: Horgan quits on his own terms

Les Leyne: Horgan quits on his own terms

He quit while it was still his choice, an adroit move
Letters: A renter’s rebuttal

Letters: A renter’s rebuttal

'I do appreciate that one may feel that they are a good landlord and that they are helping the rental market here, but honestly, I don’t believe most renters want to rent. They wish they could own, but sadly the market is insanely high, and with people on and off the Coast owning multiple properties it just continues to drive the price up.'
Opinion: No one can blame Horgan for cashing out before political stock drops

Opinion: No one can blame Horgan for cashing out before political stock drops

Horgan is a bit like Shopify stock at the end of last year, performing so well that you know it can’t last.

Letters: I’ll tell you what’s wrong with this picture

Letters: ‘Picture This’ - Take 2

“Yes it is disheartening when people mock us for caring, there is something really sad with that picture"
Letters: Why is Gibsons still considering the Stonehurst proposal?

Letters: Why is Gibsons still considering the Stonehurst proposal?

Opinion: Canadian pride in the country’s Parliament, economy and courts in rapid decline

Opinion: Canadian pride in the country’s Parliament, economy and courts in rapid decline

Canadians' perceptions about what makes them proud have changed moderately when compared to 2021 – with a few glaring exceptions.
Letters: Two brothers and the COVID-19 vaccine

Letters: Two brothers and the COVID-19 vaccine

'My dear, younger, and unfortunately, un-vaccinated brother Peter, who I spent much time with when we were younger and I loved very much, sadly contracted COVID, and after suffering a very gruelling and painful month on a ventilator, got multiple organ failures, and then died from the onslaught by trillions of uncaring COVID microbes.'
Letters: Asking more questions about the Havies

Letters: Asking more questions about the Havies

'The stretch of highway between Field Road and Sechelt is already where most vehicle crashes occur (per Gibsons to Sechelt Corridor Study), and the Havies Road intersection is sometimes a bottleneck now. Assuming that the new owners move in, rather than renting their five and six bedroom houses out to multiple AirBnB clients.'
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.