Editorial

EDITORIAL: Electric express grows in region

Forget the Hydrogen Highway, electric is the new trend is clean motoring

EDITORIAL: Breaking up is hard to do

The new Family Law Act likely won't prevent couples from using courts to obtain "fair" split of property

EDITORIAL: Eroding pillars of the church

Anglicans may alienate traditional church community by avoiding marriage altogether

EDITORIAL: Study is critical for aging society

Victoria's Gorge Road Hospital part of national study on aging

EDITORIAL: Land settlement a solid next step

Agreeing to give valuable properties to First Nations will help create self-sufficiency

EDITORIAL: More bureaucracy is not the answer

Province's community safety bill seems more like window dressing

EDITORIAL: Celebrating our history

Many good examples of heritage in the Capital Region, and passionate people who preserve it

EDITORIAL: Tourism strategy must be regional

Working together in lean times is the key to riding out tourism storm

EDITORIAL: B.C. Family Day not free for all

Businesses cover the cost of providing another stat holiday

EDITORIAL: Here comes the tax, man

Be prepared for taxes to rise, despite challenging economic times

EDITORIAL: Idle No More stokes the fire

Both sides need to come to the table with a goal of finding tangible solutions to the most serious aboriginal issues

EDITORIAL: Shifting the cost of drunk driving

The onus is on the individual to defend wrongful drinking and driving charges

EDITORIAL: Kimberly’s Law good starting point

Creating new legislation, especially complicated regulations, takes time and patience

EDITORIAL: It’s game on for NHL fans

Despite the animosity with fans built over the last four months, the NHL will likely draw Canadians back to the game

EDITORIAL: Flat property, flat economy

Like a late Christmas present, Capital Region homeowners are eagerly tearing open their annual property value assessments this week

EDITORIAL: Generosity of the season

Greater Victoria residents continue to give, despite economic slowdowns and financial challenges

EDITORIAL: End of days put on hold

Dec. 21 came and went, with no ill effects on Earth's existence

EDITORIAL: Some solutions take a while

The public wants disputes that affect them to be settled quickly, but in 2012, certain issues seemed to move at glacial speed

Editorial: Deer process runs in circles

Pushing decision on deer management back to municipalities delays the inevitable

Auction laws punish charities

For non-profit groups and charities that survived grant cutbacks, the provincial government has found a new way to add insult to injury.