Letters June 15: Free rides, dog waste, Third World War, traffic and butts

  Times Colonist 

Free bus rides not for everyone Re: “Free transit for Victoria youth gets nod,” June 12. My son announced that students would travel transit buses for free, starting in September, and I thought: Wonderful, I’ll save $900 a year for my two sons. They will learn the benefits of using the bus and become more independent. We might even save the planet, to boot. However, I soon realized it was not to b

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