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Rights to forest access denied

Letter: Are our leaders asleep at the switch?

Fine Arts Show opening Feb. 6

This will be the first time the show will be held in the newly expanded gallery and gift shop

Children in care come first

B.C. needs to get priorities straight when allocating our money

B.C. economy to grow despite global turmoil

The province will lead Canada in growth and should weather the global economic turmoil well

Boogie Woogie in Crofton Jan. 31

Saltspring’s 17-piece community big band, Swing Shift, with the island’s own Andrews Sisters and Bing Crosby

Founding a long term legacy for Ladysmith

Jan. 26 Nanaimo Foundation meeting to consider Ladysmith endowment

Ladysmith’s industrial tax the highest

Almost double the next highest of cities north of the Malahat to as far north as Campbell River.

Letter – Fireworks spark questions about logic of exemptions

Fireworks don’t do much for the well being of wild life; nor do they promote fire prevention.

The Waterfront’s Short Show on to Jan. 21

The exhibit celebrates all things short, which – it turns out – is a pretty long list.

Minor quake big wake up call

Small earthquake that briefly rattled homes across much of Vancouver Island and the Lower Mainland

Mayor Aaron Stone reviews 2015

In some ways it is hard to believe a whole year has passed

Points to Ponder – It’s A Wonderful Life – but is the movie really a Christian story?

Each man’s life touches so many other lives, and when he isn’t around he leaves an awful hole, doesn’t he?

The Food Bank needs your help over Christmas

We are grateful for all the money and non-perishable food items that you offer to help our neighbours.

Haunted house’s good spirits

Our two-day event had a total of 560 people through our gates and raised a whopping $2,500 for Muscular Dystrophy.

Softwood lumber not on the table for Clark, Trudeau

There’s no evidence that trade consequences for the softwood lumber industry have registered with the federal government.

Letters to the Editor for the Week of December 8

I have tried to alert Ladysmith Council to the impact of wood smoke on the environment and the health of citizens.

Crofton feeling ‘orphaned’ by N. Cowichan

The Crofton Seniors’ Society expresses deep disappointment

Letters to the Editor for the Week of November 17

BC Nautical Residents Association (BCNRA) - Liveaboard community are residents, too

B.C.’s drunk driving penalties upheld

Handed down twin judgments that back key elements of the provincial government’s policy after it was challenged by motorists.

Strategic voting? Did it work?

It’s unclear if those strategic voting attempts had great effect, other than to demolish Green Party hopes to add seats.