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More thought goes to the animals

More thought goes to the animals

Editor: Re: Ground is broken on $4.2M community animal shelter, April 27 Let me start by saying I am an animal lover.
Without ban problem to multiply

Without ban problem to multiply

This problem will surely multiply if the province doesn't act.
A little plot in the backyard yields more than just food

A little plot in the backyard yields more than just food

The fresh fruit and veggies are certainly a welcome byproduct when I grow, share and trade my backyard bounty, but I grow food because it is fun and I get to be outside.
Put money where mouth is when it comes to farmland

Put money where mouth is when it comes to farmland

Editor: If people want to save farmland, then I have a suggestion for them: reach into your office desk, pull out your chequebook and together buy the farmland that is suitable for growing.
Small town kindness helps get car door unlocked

Small town kindness helps get car door unlocked

Editor: The other day I drove down to mail some letters. I hopped out of my car to put them in the box and upon returning to my vehicle found I had locked the door. The vehicle was running and my purse with the extra key was on the seat inside.
Three storeys is high enough along Ladner waterfront

Three storeys is high enough along Ladner waterfront

Editor: A revitalization of Ladner is welcomed, but four-storey buildings are definitely not in keeping with the heritage character of the neighbourhood.
Don't let experience determine career advice for our children

Don't let experience determine career advice for our children

"Dad, what should I do when I finish high school?" This is a question I've been dealing with these days. My son is in Grade 11 and looking at his future. I've been trying to forget he's almost finished high school.
It's time for another poll

It's time for another poll

Editor: The application to build 950 homes on the Southlands requires a change in the Official Community Plan. For more than three decades this land has remained designated and zoned as agricultural.
Pavement not a great legacy

Pavement not a great legacy

Editor: Re: Can't afford to lose more farmland, letter to the editor, April 25 Now that we are all back from our winter breaks, spring breaks, etc.
Viable not always in the plans

Viable not always in the plans

When it comes to Delta's commercial areas, there seems to be a difference between what's viable and what's desirable.