Editorial

EDITORIAL: Rock the Shores could be a big loss

Some creativity required to keep society out of the red

EDITORIAL: Transit funding is just a start for the West Shore

A $1.63 million funding announcement from the province might sound nice, but it's merely a short-term solution.

EDITORIAL: Sewage plant feeds tax hikes

While West Shore municipalities work to finalize their 2017 budgets, there's a few items contributing to tax increases

EDITORIAL: Growing West Shore boasts quiet spaces

Despite being a (mostly) fast-growing region, there are undoubtedly some serene places on the West Shore

EDITORIAL: Goose trail safety a complex issue

Additional lighting in Colwood and elsewhere may be just one solution

EDITORIAL: Rail the real deal or election ploy

We're not getting our hopes up just yet about a commuter rail service

EDITORIAL: Province letting down transit system

Rejecting hike in gas tax hurts transit expansion plans on West Shore

EDITORIAL: Opioid crisis has broad reach

Emergency responders also affected by changes to lifesaving protocols

EDITORIAL: Let’s get clear on value of ALR land

In an area focused on residential development, is loss of ALR to SD62 okay?

EDITORIAL: Keep the PTSD conversation going

Wounded Warrior Run B.C. winds up its fourth annual awareness relay down Vancouver Island

EDITORIAL: Pot shop episode a complex affair

It’s pretty clear Langford Mayor Stew Young wants no part of a Victoria-style, free-for-all marijuana dispensary market in his city.

Seismic re-fit starts at Ruth King

Seismic upgrade to Ruth King elementary will target the entire two-storey portion and the gym

EDITORIAL: A tough situation for Thetis residents

Change is inevitable but requires some tough dissections

EDITORIAL Christie Point plan being scrutinized

View Royal council to get first 'official' look at redevelopment plan for rental complex Wednesday

EDITORIAL: West Shore election races begin to heat up

Addition of Esquimalt mayor shows Liberals playing hardball on Island

EDITORIAL: Patience is prudent in Beckett case

Answers won’t likely come soon in Langford crash court cases

EDITORIAL: What happened to ‘Real Change’?

Perhaps the real reason we aren’t going to see this promise fulfilled is because the Liberals benefited too greatly from the current system

EDITORIAL: Literacy comes in different forms

The value of literacy in its many faces cannot be understated

EDITORIAL: Metchosinites ready to weigh in on land swap

Residents head to the referendum poll Saturday to decide fate of proposal

EDITORIAL: Let’s not forget, pot dispensaries are still illegal

It seems everyone is waiting for direction from federal government on marijuana issue