Editorial

Editorial: Stem cells are in you to give

On Thursday at The Atrium and Friday at the University of Victoria, a Swab Mob will be on the hunt for young men.

Editorial: Time for a change to B.C. pot laws

Marijuana reform advocates in B.C. hope Washington and Colorado states’ vote to legalize and tax marijuana will add momentum to their push.

Editorial: Team approach works wonders

News of the success rate of the regional Victoria Integrated Community Outreach Team raised our eyebrows recently.

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.

Our View: Why seek arrest, pipeline protesters?

On Monday, thousands of people braved the cold fall air to protest the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline.

Still occupying our thoughts

It’s been a year since people gathered in Centennial Square in support of the global Occupy movement.

Editorial: Dedicate police patrol to Malahat

Emergency crews call it “NASCAR Corner,” where two northbound lanes on the Malahat Drive merge to one.

Editorial: Who’s the lame leader here?

With Christy Clark trying not to appear as a lame-duck premier ...

Editorial: Bus strikes hit poor, elderly

People with long memories understand what life is like without bus service.

Editorial: Finding meaning in information

It was ironic that the City of Victoria’s move to limit access to information to a media outlet came during Right to Know Week in Canada.

Editorial: Policing money a long way off

Last week’s renewed call for regional financial assistance for policing by Victoria Mayor Dean Fortin sounded rather familiar.

Editorial: Chickens come home to roost

When ideology trumps common sense, strange things can happen, such as a poultry farm sprouting up next to residential neighbourhoods.

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: Refinery idea a tough sell in B.C.

There doesn’t appear to be a grey area for those who are weighing in on the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline.

Our View: Time to fight summer blues

While the days of summer are marching past, there are numerous special events to take advantage of around the Capital Region

Our View: Time to move forward on deer

For the past month, the Capital Regional District has been offering the public a chance to share their opinions on deer management

Editorial: Riding changes need a rethink

This year, federal electoral boundaries commissions are redrawing riding maps to squeeze in 30 more seats.

Editorial: Treatment foes must hound CRD

In 2007, the News had a discussion with a broad-based, highly placed group of scientists from the University of Victoria.

Our View: Treatment foes must hound CRD

In 2007, the News had a discussion with a broad-based, highly placed group of scientists from the University of Victoria.