Have your say. Beefs and Bouquets are coming to the Goldstream News Gazette. (Pixabay.com)

Goldstream Gazette adds Beefs and Bouquets for West Shore readers

Share your merry messages or pet peeves with our readers

Have your say as Beefs and Bouquets come to the Goldstream Gazette. Bring a little bit of enjoyment to the community by submitting your appreciation or message to a community member or business that has really stepped up.

Do you have someone to thank, or a peeve to get off your mind? Send it to publisher@goldstreamgazette.com. Gazette staff reserve the right to edit all submissions and discard Beefs deemed libelous or mean-spirited. We will not publish beefs (complaints) about private businesses or charities (those associated with published news articles not withstanding). Please keep submissions to 150 words or less. Although the post will be anonymous, include a contact name and phone number because there is a draw every week for a Tim Hortons gift card.

For example: A bouquet to our Goldstream Gazette carriers. Thank you for really stepping up and going above and beyond during this time. Keeping measures in place to maintain physical distance while delivering the community newspaper. Our readers, now more than ever, are looking to their accredited local journalists and news sites to bring them the information they need. Without you they would not get the news they need right now. Thank you Goldstream Gazette carriers!

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