Editorial

Local firm purchases high-profile Valley property

RealStreamTM Income Properties LP has added the Van Isle Veterinary Hospital to its portfolio of Vancouver Island properties.

EDITORIAL: No advantage to longer terms

Province's decision to extend time between civic elections made by politicians for politicians

LOCAL EDITORIAL: Comox Valley needs viable curling facility

After finishing atop the Olympic medal standings in 2010, Canadians didn’t quite own the podium in Sochi.

LOCAL EDITORIAL: Justice muted for Molly Burton

We hope for justice from our imperfect legal system, and are occasionally rewarded.

LOCAL EDITORIAL: Can oil and water mix?

The debate about oil pipelines and supertankers in this province is entering a significant new phase.

EDITORIAL: Start listening to the courts

Told twice their legislation relating to teacher contracts is unconstitutional, it's time for the province to heed the legal system

Editorial — Lots of politics in judge’s ruling on class size and composition

The provincial government is almost certain to appeal a judgment which could cost taxpayers $1 billion.

LOCAL EDITORIAL: It takes a valley to raise a champion

Comox Valley athletes are competing on some large playing fields these days.

LOCAL EDITORIAL: 1st Tuesday Fundraiser organizers, musicians, supporters generous

Big-hearted people in the Comox Valley keep digging into their wallets after Christmas to support charities.

EDITORIAL: Child porn case ignores bullying

Trying teenager under child pornography laws not the right strategy

EDITORIAL: Photo ops are not democracy

Prime Minister Harper, feds practising China-style control over messaging

LOCAL EDITORIAL: Awards validation for good work

As we always do at this time, Comox Valley Record staff are preparing our nominations for B.C. and Canadian community newspaper awards.

LOCAL EDITORIAL: You can give a precious gift

So here we are, on the verge of the big day — Christmas Day.

OUR VIEW: Times continue to change

We say: Canada Post yet another institution hit by the Internet

Man In Chair is portrayed by Tony Arnold as Courtenay Little Theatre presents The Drowsy Chaperone. There are seven performances at the Sid Williams Theatre from Dec. 28 to Jan. 4.

No pantomime for Drowsy Chaperone

Breaking the fourth wall is a commonly used theatre device, especially in pantomimes.

Man In Chair is portrayed by Tony Arnold as Courtenay Little Theatre presents The Drowsy Chaperone. There are seven performances at the Sid Williams Theatre from Dec. 28 to Jan. 4.

OUR VIEW: Changes to hockey viewing

We say: Who says we have to be serious all of the time?

EDITORIAL: Impaired drivers still the target

Shifting of funding from Christmas to summer a proper use of resources

LOCAL EDITORIAL: A road to somewhere

Beside the obvious upside of a brand-new modern hospital, the Comox Valley will apparently benefit from a related development.

EDITORIAL: Studying the causes of war

Some of humankind’s greatest breakthroughs arise not from discovering something new but from viewing a known thing in a new way.

EDITORIAL: Rob Ford example is informative for B.C.

Extending municipal terms to four years removes a safety valve for constituents