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Patients and nurses are feeling the squeeze of staffing shortages—but they don't feel free to talk about it

By Brishti Basu
May 19, 2022

Shortages have meant overworked staff, a slide in patient care, and even temporary hospital ward closures

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Community

Libraries are open to all, but are library staff equipped to help everyone who comes through the doors?

As communities deal with multiple crises, libraries are increasingly filling the gaps in the social safety net

Business

Bylaw battles: Surrounded on all sides, the nonprofit Point Ellice House fights for survival

By Michael John Lo
April 29, 2022

The challenges of running a national historical site within one of Victoria’s few remaining industrial zones

Sports

RAD Recreation Adapted Society helps BC disabled people reach new heights in outdoor recreation

By Emily Fagan
April 29, 2022

By renting and loaning expensive adaptive gear like handcycles or ParaGolfers, the society is providing access to people who otherwise may miss out on the outdoors

History

An internment camp ‘comedy’ opens in Victoria next week

By Tim Ford
April 27, 2022

Kunji Ikeda’s show, Sansei, explores his family’s connection to the Japanese internment camps

Pay Check

Greater Victoria builders say they can’t find workers to build new homes, because they can’t find homes for the workers

By Zoë Ducklow
April 26, 2022

The ‘vicious circle’ has deepened a persistent worker shortage during a period of record demand. Part seven of our labour series, Pay Check

Municipal

Opinion: A four-part plan to revive downtown Victoria

By Jeremy Caradonna
April 25, 2022

From housing to supporting small businesses, there are concrete and simple steps we can take to bring downtown Victoria back

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