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Letters: Thanks to all who support access to MAiD

Letters: Thanks to all who support access to MAiD

Editor: Thank you Heather Anderson for your April 1 letter. It was done in a very good, informative and sensitive manner. I have been upset and angry over the issue of not allowing MAiD in to our hospice and found it difficult to express myself well.
Letters: RBT2 environmental assessment is a farce

Letters: RBT2 environmental assessment is a farce

The governments of Canada and B.C. are proving they just don’t care about the estuary, or legitimate evidence-based science.
Community Comment: Pandemic mental health effects are hidden behind closed doors

Community Comment: Pandemic mental health effects are hidden behind closed doors

Remember to be kind, be patient, check on your neighbour, and ask questions if something doesn’t feel right.
Letters: Hope that right choices will be made

Letters: Hope that right choices will be made

Editor: Thank you so much Brad Sherwin for your input on the problem in need of urgent solution ( Optimist, Community Comment, April 1) . You are giving me hope that right choices will be made. Your concept and mine are the same.
Letters: Bonnie Henry wishy, washy rules

Letters: Bonnie Henry wishy, washy rules

Editor: I'm sitting in my condo and hearing a steady drumbeat from half a block away from live, outdoor entertainment from a local pub.
Editorial: We will miss you Dave

Editorial: We will miss you Dave

We will miss you Dave
Opinion: There's good reason to be wary of travelling on a plane during a pandemic

Opinion: There's good reason to be wary of travelling on a plane during a pandemic

Editorial: Let's get through this vaccine rollout together, one dose at a time

Editorial: Let's get through this vaccine rollout together, one dose at a time

When the pandemic was declared a year ago, we rallied, made sacrifices and supported each other because we knew we’re all in this together.
Opinion: Breaking down the 'pseudo-legal arguments' a Vancouver restaurant is trying to use to avoid legal sanctions

Opinion: Breaking down the 'pseudo-legal arguments' a Vancouver restaurant is trying to use to avoid legal sanctions

$100,000 fine for trespassing? A "common law" jurisdiction? A Vancouver restaurant can post all the signs they want: they are still bound by the terms of licenses, contracts, leases, and, yes...public health orders.
Public confidence in government’s pandemic management waning: poll

Public confidence in government’s pandemic management waning: poll

51% of Canadians satisfied with federal efforts to fight COVID-19 crisis