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Letters: Gibsons Marina would be glad to support cleanup

Letters: Gibsons Marina would be glad to support cleanup

'In the past, we at Gibsons Marina have worked with community groups on a number of environmental projects. We have partnered with Chapman Creek Hatchery’s summer programs, and were proud that we were the first (and so far only) marina in B.C. to qualify for the International Blue Flag designation, recognizing our commitment to environmental stewardship.'
Jack Knox: For some, Keg meant putting down stakes in Canada

Jack Knox: For some, Keg meant putting down stakes in Canada

For many immigrants, a job at the keg meant survival
Letters: Reservations?! It's BC Ferries management that should plan ahead

Letters: Reservations?! It's BC Ferries management that should plan ahead

'Cancelling ferries then reinstating the same ferries leaving the reserved passengers in the lurch after their reservations were rescinded.'
Letters: Moving the Glassford barricades wasn't the right move

Letters: Moving the Glassford barricades wasn't the right move

'Shouldn’t we be teaching the children road safety like walking on the left side of the road facing traffic and bicycling on the right, single file in the direction of traffic?'
Opinion: Cullen Commission on B.C. money laundering is only the starting point of a long road

Opinion: Cullen Commission on B.C. money laundering is only the starting point of a long road

Austin Cullen’s exploration is the starting point in a necessary marathon
Letters: Roller skates a poignant metaphor for those escaping war

Letters: Roller skates a poignant metaphor for those escaping war

'We are made painfully aware of the atrocities and loss being wrecked in Ukraine through a plethora of news feeds. Aside from sending financial aid to the agencies dedicated to providing support to Ukraine, most of us feel overwhelmed and powerless. Thank goodness for Judy Rother and her instincts and experience with refugees.'
Letters: In the SCRD, we pay for water we’re barely allowed to use

Letters: In the SCRD, we pay for water we’re barely allowed to use

'If water conservation is your goal, one of the best ways would be to stop allowing more big developments that will suck up vast amounts of water. And why not build a few really big reservoirs to catch all the rainwater that pours down much of the year and just flows back out to sea?'
Jack Knox: With Hans Island out of the way, let's refight the Pig War

Jack Knox: With Hans Island out of the way, let's refight the Pig War

Tussles about who owns what
Letters: Saturday honking in Davis Bay is irksome to neighbours

Letters: Saturday honking in Davis Bay is irksome to neighbours

'This continuous noisy action denies the freedom of others for peaceful enjoyment of their homes and the seawall. I ask the demonstrators to redirect their energy to one of the many local political or social organizations that work to improve the rights and freedoms of folks in our community and to stop annoying your neighbours.'
Opinion: Medium-well and middle of the road for the majority of Canadians

Opinion: Medium-well and middle of the road for the majority of Canadians

As barbecue season begins to materialize, and people return to coffee shops, Research Co. and Glacier Media asked Canadians about their personal preferences for steak and coffee