Editorial

Editorial: Tax on medical pot no joke for users

When a club that sells medical marijuana completely spaces out on paying $150,000 in income taxes, stoner jokes aren’t far behind.

Editorial: Schools get back to the real job

The summer holiday is over and school kids are back in the classrooms for another 10 months of education.

OUR VIEW: Open Sidney’s bandshell

Beacon Park one of the Peninsula's gems, should be a hub year round

EDITORIAL: Timing is right for transit study

Hopefully move will help find efficiencies needed to entice more drivers to use transit

EDITORIAL: Fire dispatch needs broader thinking

Upgrading dispatch centres should be done with the big picture in mind

EDITORIAL: Show CRD the money

Capital Regional District still waiting for confirmation of funding from province, feds for sewage treatment plant

OUR VIEW: Research lab should stay alive

We want to see North Saanich's Centre for Plant Health stay open for the sake of food safety

Peninsula cadets head to Vimy memorial

Monday marks the 95th anniversary with a commemorative ceremony

OUR VIEW: Our boys are back

Peninsula Panthers earning themselves the title of comeback kids

OUR VIEW: Compromising takes two sides

Both the B.C. government and the BCTF need to be flexible in their contract demands

OUR VIEW: Family’s heart is comforting

Family of Ramesh Sharma inspires others with their desire to move on from fatal crash

OUR VIEW: Here’s to rights and freedoms

On Pink Shirt Day, let's ensure we protect all people's rights and freedoms

OUR VIEW: Housing on the breakfast table

At Mayors' Breakfast, Central Saanich, North Saanich, Sidney mayors talk about affordable housing

OUR VIEW: Re-evaluate Co-op’s policy

Despite argument for members' privacy, Peninsula Co-op is bound by legislation to release contact information

OUR VIEW: Think of Peninsula tourism when considering B.C. Ferries’ future

BCFerries are key to tourism, transport for locals who live and work on the Saanich Peninsula

OUR VIEW: Let’s get farms, cost-recovery

Residents of North Saanich wouldn't have to worry about the cost of fixing Sandown if they could stomach developing part of the land

RCMP arrest North Saanich man for drug trafficking

Same man arrested in May for suspicion of drug charges

OUR VIEW: 2012: A year to be heard

Year gone by was one of change; year ahead will bring interesting developments

OUR VIEW: A glowing first impression

Saanich Peninsula residents are among the friendliest people

OUR VIEW: Protect ALR from shrinking

Agricultural Land Reserve areas should never be reduced in size