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For the record, hunting deer in town is illegal.
If the City of Port Alberni chooses one budget item to splurge on, we hope it is rewriting form and character development guidelines.
What lies beneath? That’s something Ocean Networks Canada is trying to answer off the coast of Port Alberni.
Last year’s rookie city council stayed true to its elected word with a two-per-cent residential tax increase and a relatively tame budget.
Port Alberni Mayor Mike Ruttan last week made what he promises is only the first move in a shakeup at city hall.
Dogs need a place in the wilderness—even if it is urban wilderness—where it is OK to run without a leash.
It is beyond time for School District 70 to divest itself of the former Alberni District Secondary School lands on Burde Street.
A compromise must be found or a decision made. Enough is enough.
Humanity—not politics—should guide Canada’s decision to get involved in this crisis.
It’s time for the Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District to either do their business or get off the pot.
We should not discourage such initiatives from residents who seek to make our community a more positive place to live.
Are you registered to vote? Do you know what to do to find out whether you’re registered or not?
Critics opposing the regional district's proposal to extend the runway at the Alberni Valley airport are missing the bigger picture.
What kind of message does it send to outside businesses if we can’t even support someone in our own community?
We need to rethink the way we use water. Otherwise, we will wake up one day and there will be none left.
The long and emotionally painful process of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission has finally concluded.
Residents need to start taking a bit more personal responsibility to ease up on the bylaw enforcement officer we already have.
With a little outside-the-box thinking, we can create some spaces deemed attractive to smaller businesses, with potential to grow.
A cautionary tale for the holidays in a community where the RCMP say people aren't getting the message.
Students should be in classrooms Tuesday — not used as political pawns by the BC Liberal government and the B.C. Teachers Federation.