Skip to content

Opinion

Delta praised for its accessibility efforts

Delta praised for its accessibility efforts

Editor: Today (Dec. 3, 2020) was the UN's International Day of Persons with Disabilities.
Shop local this Christmas

Shop local this Christmas

When was the last time you took a stroll through Ladner Village or down 56th St.
Common sense not always guaranteed during a pandemic

Common sense not always guaranteed during a pandemic

In order to avoid contracting and spreading COVID-19 we have been asked to use our common sense. Whether it’s our behaviour in private or public, “Common sense should guide us”, says provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry.
Letter: Grateful for community and emergency support

Letter: Grateful for community and emergency support

An apology is in order

Editor: To the person who berated a gentleman at the range at the Tsawwassen Golf Course with racial comments, sir, I hope you have thought about your unacceptable cowardly behaviour (waiting with your comments until everybody had left) and offer a p

Hunter Road development won’t be forgotten come next election

Editor: With disappointment, I write to express my dismay at Mayor and Council's decision to approve a 40-unit condominium complex development on Hunter Road in Tsawwassen.

Music program brings needed joy to care homes

Editor: Almost daily now we are hearing, and seeing, news stories about our lonely and isolated seniors living in long-term care.

Opinion: Keeping the Merry in Merry Christmas will be a bit difficult this year

Around this time, people are getting excited for the Holidays. Lights are going up, the shops have all their decorations in place, malls are filling up with people buying gifts. Not so much this year. For now, it’s stay home as much as you can.
Descendant of ship tragedy thanks Delta

Descendant of ship tragedy thanks Delta

A letter from Raj Singh Toor whose grandfather Baba Puran Singh Janetpura was on the chartered ship Komagata Maru that was denied entry into the Port of Vancouver in 1914.

Depression understandable but hang in there

Dear Editor: It is no wonder people are feeling depressed just now. Back in March-April during our initial lockdown, we had the feeling that if we all cooperated, we’d knock the stuffing out of this virus.