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The mistrust of government begins at home

The strong undercurrent of government mistrust that shades the American landscape is something relatively new to Canadians. But the recent Comox Valley Regional District open house on the HMCS Quadra sewer line replacement shows how and why that mood is changing. The...

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At the end of America, Trump

For as far back as I can remember, people have warned me about the certain implosion of America. They made comparisons to fall of the Roman Empire and Sodom and Gomorrah. The unmistakable signs were everywhere, they said. As a teenager coming of age in the midwest...

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Hit ‘Resend’: Hungary’s Post-Brexit Battle

A variant of the Eurosceptic populism behind Britain’s hasty exit from the European Union last month has featured in Hungarian politics for years. The weeks ahead promise more of the same—but don’t expect a Huxit anytime soon. BY MICHAEL COLELLO Darren sat hunched...

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Some ideas to improve our downtown

By Erik Eriksson It is important for a community to have a healthy Downtown. I think our downtown is doing pretty good and I have some thoughts about how it could be better. First of all, I think that since Downtown Courtenay is really Downtown Comox Valley, we should...

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