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Reader Poll

Last year, Langley and B.C. saw multiple climate-related incidents, including record-breaking heat, cold, and floods all within months.

Now we’ve seen Hurricane Fiona slam into the Maritimes and Newfoundland, and Hurricane Ian crashing across Cuba and Florida.

With storms, droughts, and extreme heat all likely to be more common in the years ahead, are governments here doing enough to prepare us for whatever the weather does next?

Taylor Musseau. Lia Crowe photography

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Real estate dynamo Taylor Musseau brings a holistic approach to life and career

    Indigenous artist John Marston in his Chemainus studio.The painting behind him is by his friend, Ladysmith artist Dennis Brown. In front of him are architectural plans for new artist studios in Ladysmith that he is helping to design. Don Denton photo.

    Rising from the storm

    Stz’uminus artist John Marston