When city councils listen, good things can happen

The story of a Vancouver Island municipal infrastructure project, delayed for over a decade, appears headed for a happy ending. In the 1990s, the City of Campbell River planned to upgrade and replace a key sewer force-main pipe that serves the southern portion of the...

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Exposing the misleading spin on the Comox pump station

Comox resident George Le Masurier has responded to a post on the Comox Valley Regional District website. The CVRD post attempts to discredit Le Masurier's recent op-ed article in the Times-Colonist. The CVRD has posted on their website a response to my op-ed article...

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What I’ve learned about sex from Trump and Cruz

You know what I like about the U.S. presidential campaign? Sex. That’s right, we are learning so much about the Republican candidates’ sexual preferences. It’s kind of like the Kardashians, except with angry, middle-age white guys. Here’s what we know so far: Donald...

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Illegal to take driftwood from Goose Spit Park

By George Le Masurier -- During the years following WWII, the logging industry boomed on the B.C. coast. Tug boats pulled massive log booms down the Strait of Georgia every day, hauling millions of board feet of prime timber from northern Vancouver Island to lumber...

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Victoria isn’t the only battleground on sewage

By George Le Masurier -- While the Capital Regional District slowly moves toward consensus on where to locate one or more sewage treatment plants, another wastewater infrastructure battle is just beginning further up Vancouver Island. In the Comox Valley, strong...

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When Donald stops By The Woods On A Snowy Evening

By Donald J Drumpf --  I have a pretty good idea whose woods these are, believe me. And let me tell you something, my people say he’s a complete nobody. This guy lives in the village.  So what if he sees me stopping here? I dare him to sue me!  I dare him! And by the...

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