Millions of people concerned about our planet launched Earth Day 51 years ago when environmentalism was about a cleaner world, not the matter of human survival that it is today. But has anything really changed? For Decafnation, Earth Day 2021 marks the start of a new direction.
The Comox Valley Regional District did the right thing in terminating the CVEDS contract. But they did it for the wrong reasons.
Decafnation’s Local Government Performance Review was designed to shed light on why people felt a certain way rather than predict some outcome through statistics.
Local elections are not that far away; don’t feel sorry for people who travelled out of country; and, based on Alberta’s level of thinking, the human race is doomed
A new study shows that when newspapers close and nobody is watching, the cost of government rises. That’s one reason why Decafnation shines its light on local governments
Are you satisfied with the performance of your Comox Valley elected officials? In 20 months and three weeks, voters will go to the polls again. So we’re curious how Decafnation readers feel about their councillors, mayors, directors and school trustees halfway through their current terms in office
Comox Valley newspaper ad creates buzz about Courtenay annexing 3L Developments land, but it’s all wishful speculation
The COVID pandemic pushed down the cost of purchasing all the gifts in the classic Christmas song “The Twelve Days of Christmas” this year
Nanaimo-Ladysmith MP Paul Manly writes that British Columbia could advance reconciliation with First Nations on southern Vancouver Island next year and at the same time protect watersheds, endangered species and create sustainable economic opportunities.