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Letter: Better transit for Delta?

Letter: Better transit for Delta?

Public transit in Metro Vancouver is designed to meet political agendas and not customer needs
Community Comment: Housing is and continues to be top of mind

Community Comment: Housing is and continues to be top of mind

Guess what…housing, affordability, and climate change will remain top issues for quite some time and governments will have to develop real policy to appease the new majority electorate.
Letter: A more ethical approach needed

Letter: A more ethical approach needed

I pride my nursing education as being science-based and humanitarian, not on the need to further cull the vulnerable population to reduce the nurse shortage.
Letters: Choices come with consequences

Letters: Choices come with consequences

I hope Mr. Frey reconsiders his decision so he can get back to the programs he’s missing.
Letters: Is this what we really need?

Letters: Is this what we really need?

The proposal outlined for the new KinVillage seems to fly in the face of the Tsawwassen Area Plan and liveability in central Tsawwassen
Editorial: Get out and vote

Editorial: Get out and vote

Election day is near
Letters: Barriers to improving health

Letters: Barriers to improving health

I believe that the government should not be putting barriers in front of individuals who are trying to improve their health
Letter: 2021 federal election and Metro Vancouver transit and transportation

Letter: 2021 federal election and Metro Vancouver transit and transportation

An open letter was written by the Metro Vancouver Mayors' Council for federal party leaders and candidates across the Lower Mainland.
New poll hints at renewed Liberal minority government

New poll hints at renewed Liberal minority government

Election 2021: Tories face polling stagnation, gender gap, survey suggests.
Uncertainty a certainty for post-vaccination office environment

Uncertainty a certainty for post-vaccination office environment

Poll: Close to half of British Columbian workers say they would be likely to seek a different job if not allowed to work from home as often as they want.