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Letters: Time to wake up the public

Letters: Time to wake up the public

Must we wait until it’s too late?
Letters: Sorry Fortis we are not fooled

Letters: Sorry Fortis we are not fooled

Guess who will be paying to subsidize this. Yup, we the taxpayer.
Letters: FOI needed to research COVID numbers

Letters: FOI needed to research COVID numbers

My reason for the FOI request was to demonstrate that this data is highly unlikely to “re-identify” people and violate anyone’s privacy
Slim majority of B.C. residents see Indigenous territory acknowledgements as positive step

Slim majority of B.C. residents see Indigenous territory acknowledgements as positive step

Gesture seen by 54% of poll respondents as move towards reconciliation with First Nations
Community Comment: Of course we’re vaccinated, we’re Canadian

Community Comment: Of course we’re vaccinated, we’re Canadian

One day, I look forward to being able to go back down to Point Roberts, say hello and watch the whales off Lighthouse Marine Park
Opinion: Mental health should be a right, not a privilege

Opinion: Mental health should be a right, not a privilege

'I was diagnosed with ADHD about a year and a half ago.'
Poll pegs Pierre Trudeau as best of last nine prime ministers

Poll pegs Pierre Trudeau as best of last nine prime ministers

Justin Trudeau places third in survey, behind former PM Stephen Harper.
Letters: Paramedics need more resources

Letters: Paramedics need more resources

A letter writer recounts her recent experience with paramedics, fire fighters and Delta Hospital following a cycling accident
Letters: An international border is not an “imaginary line”

Letters: An international border is not an “imaginary line”

For the past 16 months, the residents of Point Roberts have always been free to move about their own country, including the rest of Washington State.
Pandemic politics playing into hands of federal Liberal strategists

Pandemic politics playing into hands of federal Liberal strategists

Poll finds that 72% of Canadians are satisfied with the procurement of vaccine doses by the federal government.