Editorials

Editorial: Pandemic doesn’t mean summer is cancelled

Look for the News Bulletin’s tourism guide 101 Things to See and Do in Nanaimo inside today’s paper

EDITORIAL: Communities have a right to know when COVID-19 arrives locally

This week, the Comox Valley Record published two articles regarding the novel…

Editorial: Soda tax works if healthy choices are affordable

Soft drinks and other sugary beverages will be subject to PST starting July 1

Editorial: End vicious cycle of bullying

Pink Shirt Day began 13 years ago, but the anti-bullying message is still relevant today

Editorial: We can all try to make Nanaimo’s streets safer

In crash reporting, we’re trying to use clear language, not apportion blame

Editorial: Have your say on changes to assisted dying law

In June of 2016 Canadians gained the right to physician assisted death — but there were caveats.

  • Jan 24, 2020
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Protesters in Nanaimo call for greater protection of old-growth forests
Partially-paralyzed cat in Nanaimo sees a sour situation sweeten
Pens, paper accepted for back-to-school fundraiser as Nanaimo barber gets inked
Crews work overnight to try to put out forest fire on Pender Island

Editorial: Entrust committees with current city business

New environment committee, for example, qualified to discuss current events in city

Editorial: Minority government can work, and it has to

Co-operation being forced upon Canada’s political parties

Editorial: There are compelling reasons to cast a ballot

Parties and leaders have something important to say, and so do we, if we take the time to vote

Editorial: Election rules must not preclude climate debate

Climate change has to be a talking point leading up to Oct. 21 federal election

Editorial: Employers, workers need to guard against heat exhaustion

Hotter temperatures in summer months can lead to heat-related ailments

Editorial: Canada consuming more than its share of Earth’s resources

July 29 earliest ‘Earth overshoot day’ in history, Canada’s overshoot day is even earlier

Editorial: Overloading electrical outlets isn’t worth the risk

Technical Safety B.C. passes along safety tips after power strip malfunction causes house fire

Editorial: Admire killer whales, but from a distance

Boaters need to make an effort to stay 200 metres from killer whales

Editorial: Council inconsistent on pot shop criteria

Flexibility on guidelines an indication that cannabis retail store re-zoning process has gaps

Editorial: Take time for a little flag-waving on Canada Day

It’s a useful exercise to acknowledge the things we like about the place we live

EDITORIAL: Grade 12s graduating, ready for what’s next

Nanaimo high school grad ceremonies will take place this week

Editorial: Make it out to the night market this summer

First Commercial Street Night Market of the summer is this Thursday, June 20

OPINION: Era of rampant money laundering leaves B.C. complacent in wake of reports

Seemingly every day new details come out surrounding money laundering in this province

Editorial: Pride Week keeps Nanaimo parading forward

We should celebrate the LGBTQ community and the strength that has brought us to Pride Week 2019