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Claire Nielsen: For the love of a dog

Claire Nielsen: For the love of a dog

Dogs were among the first animals to be domesticated by humans, dating back tens of thousands of years. This long history of coexistence has resulted in a deep bond between the two species.
Rob Shaw: Finance minister quick to deflect questions over troubled Surrey police transition

Rob Shaw: Finance minister quick to deflect questions over troubled Surrey police transition

Controversy swirls as B.C. government conducts detailed polling on Surrey policing
Opinion: 2026 World Cup goes from shiny object to fiscal nightmare for B.C.

Opinion: 2026 World Cup goes from shiny object to fiscal nightmare for B.C.

Soaring price tag casts doubt on benefits of hosting games
David Sovka: Say it with flowers — 'I didn't know what else to get you'

David Sovka: Say it with flowers — 'I didn't know what else to get you'

Of course, there are times that one must resort to flowers, such as when you can’t find, or it is otherwise inappropriate, to send the eggplant emoji
Trevor Hancock: The 1974 report that changed my life

Trevor Hancock: The 1974 report that changed my life

The Lalonde Report, tabled in Parliament on May 1, 1974, was the first significant government report to suggest that health-care services were not the most important determinant of health
How are you watching the Canucks playoff games?

How are you watching the Canucks playoff games?

The City of Delta watch parties have been popular, but most fans are watching the games at home
Adrian Raeside cartoon: Their reason for pitching a tent

Adrian Raeside cartoon: Their reason for pitching a tent

Community Comment: Watching the playoffs isn’t always just about hockey

Community Comment: Watching the playoffs isn’t always just about hockey

We all need to have our voices heard, but fear mongering and hyperbole does not serve us well as we work towards a harmonious future for our community.
Rob Shaw: Messy drug decriminalization experiment marred by shifting policies, unhelpful data

Rob Shaw: Messy drug decriminalization experiment marred by shifting policies, unhelpful data

Can B.C. prove its controversial drug program works if it keeps changing the rules and failing to track key metrics?
Editorial: Thanks for your service Chief

Editorial: Thanks for your service Chief

A 40-plus year in policing will soon come to an end for Neil Dubord