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This is a cut to Medical Services Plan premiums, slicing them in half for most people, starting next year.
Sometimes, a supposed expression of opinion just goes way too far.
As freedom and liberty turn its back on those it once inspired, the focus turns to Canada in hopes that we can fill the void.
People should not have to dole out large amounts of cash to have access to our country’s politicians.
This is where we get into the “glass half full versus glass half empty” debate.
Some things will change and some things will stay the same in 2017.
It’s worth remembering, at Christmas time, what’s important, and for most of us, that’s family.
Christmassy features along Sooke Road and Wadams Way has put us in the holiday spirit.
An 8 % jump in the CRD's provisional budget is a straightforward statistic that’s easy to understand... on some levels.
Nothing is ever going to get done in Sooke if the province keeps turning the other cheek.
Premier Christy Clark is selling a dream for Vancouver Island’s economic future.
Every year on Nov. 11 we try to remember the innumerable reasons for which we honour our veterans.
Sometimes things that were once considered OK by the masses aren’t any longer.
It’s not always just individuals who are affected by a crime, sometimes the community as a whole also suffers consequences.
It’s not often we sit in this space and congratulate a politician, but that’s what we’re doing today.
Many of us are impacted by cancer. It might make us feel scared or angry.
A new lot, a trail and a no parking zone should of solved the parking problem at the Prestige hotel. Did it though?
When the disagreements turn personal or we act on dislike of a person, that’s where the line is crossed
Our society – read: big politics – needs to get its head around the importance of funding public education.
If a law is bad, we need to have the law changed, not complain that the authorities are upholding it.