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Letters: You can’t just boo these refs

Letters: You can’t just boo these refs

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Trevor Hancock: Voluntary agreements with food industry not good enough

Trevor Hancock: Voluntary agreements with food industry not good enough

The challenges we face are now so massive and occurring so rapidly that such leisurely approaches will be too little, too late
Letters: South Delta loses another doctor

Letters: South Delta loses another doctor

I can only guess how many members of our community have been suddenly left without a family physician.
Les Leyne: MLA mom tells how working remotely could have saved a life

Les Leyne: MLA mom tells how working remotely could have saved a life

MLA Harwinder Sandhu was attending a sitting of the house remotely when her daughter went into a health crisis
Letters: We live in a democracy

Letters: We live in a democracy

Who was consulted for this delay in the overpass repairs?
Community Comment: Growth is coming, like it or not

Community Comment: Growth is coming, like it or not

I’d like my kids to someday have a home to call their own. Currently, that’s just a dream, or an unlikely lottery.
Rob Shaw: B.C. ready to get tough on tech titans with sweeping legislation

Rob Shaw: B.C. ready to get tough on tech titans with sweeping legislation

From sextortion to eating disorders, province targets platforms and companies endangering youth
Les Leyne: U.S. ambassador talks protocol, treaties and softwood lumber

Les Leyne: U.S. ambassador talks protocol, treaties and softwood lumber

Advice to Canada’s ambassador to Germany John Horgan is be yourself. On softwood lumber, U.S. sees Canadian practices as discriminatory, he says.
Letter: Mark Sager has lost credibility to lead West Vancouver

Letter: Mark Sager has lost credibility to lead West Vancouver

The current West Van mayor cannot provide the leadership the community needs, writes former mayor Michael Smith
Editorial: Where is the support from the province and the feds?

Editorial: Where is the support from the province and the feds?

Delta must build 3,607 new units of housing in the next five years or the municipalities approval powers could be taken away by the provincial government