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Letters: KinVillage says thanks

Letters: KinVillage says thanks

For more than 40 years KinVillage has provided a range of housing, health and wellness programs for older adults in South Delta.
More B.C. residents blaming drugs, mental-health issues for crime

More B.C. residents blaming drugs, mental-health issues for crime

Survey finds change in public perception of causes of criminal activity
Community Comment: The hope for a greater year ahead

Community Comment: The hope for a greater year ahead

Tomorrow, when hindsight is 2020, it would be natural to look forward to the promise of what a new year will look like
Editorial: Reflections of 2020

Editorial: Reflections of 2020

From all of us at the Optimist, Happy New Year and all the best for a prosperous 2021!
Similar numbers of Canadians and Americans say they approve of ‘political correctness’

Similar numbers of Canadians and Americans say they approve of ‘political correctness’

Canadians and Americans establish a clear difference on who should be “politically correct” depending on their role in society
Letters: Doesn’t pass the smell test

Letters: Doesn’t pass the smell test

It is totally absurd that basically, a crown corporation is allowed to use taxpayer funds to hire their own lobbyist
Letters: Ideas on some transportation improvements

Letters: Ideas on some transportation improvements

Designate one of the three N/B or S/B lanes as HOV Lane in the current tunnel
Community Comment: A South Delta Christmas story

Community Comment: A South Delta Christmas story

Merry Christmas to all, be kind, be calm, be safe, and to all a good night!
Editorial: Christmas spirit shines bright

Editorial: Christmas spirit shines bright

At a time when we can all use a little brightness in our lives, it is so heartwarming and uplifting to see our community come together.
B.C. residents support seizing cellphones of distracted drivers: poll

B.C. residents support seizing cellphones of distracted drivers: poll

More than half of British Columbians say they have recently witnessed a driver talking on a hand-held cellphone or texting while driving