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Time to think about Canada's veterans

Time to think about Canada's veterans

Editor: As we draw nearer to Remembrance Day, perhaps it is time to think about the approximately 700,000 veterans who grace Canada from coast to coast to coast.
Fraser Institute report reveals clear bias towards private insurance

Fraser Institute report reveals clear bias towards private insurance

Editor: Re: Drivers pay for lack of choice, Guest Editorial, Nov. 4 Thank you for the opportunity of responding to an article you published from the Fraser Institute's Neil Mohindra about auto insurance in B.C.
Owl stealing toques in Ladner

Owl stealing toques in Ladner

Editor: About two weeks ago, I was in disbelief when one of my best friends told me that when she had gone for a walk that evening around 7:30 p.m. near the Ladner Library, an owl stole her rainbow toque off of her head.
Culprit leaves prints behind

Culprit leaves prints behind

Editor: This was a once in a lifetime home improvement that does not come cheap, especially for a retired couple.
Heritage building owners provide clarifications

Heritage building owners provide clarifications

Editor: Buck up in the name of heritage, Oct. 27 This article was written about our building on Delta Street, so we would like to clarify a few things. We do not consider ourselves "developers.
Milat's dual election run is just fine

Milat's dual election run is just fine

Editor: I read with amusement, the wailing and gnashing of teeth and cries of double dipping by people about Fabian Milat running for both Delta council and the Delta school board at the same time.
Province and port set to steamroll over farmland

Province and port set to steamroll over farmland

Port CEO confirms what's always been suspected
Halloween goblin in need of a lesson in sharing

Halloween goblin in need of a lesson in sharing

Editor: Halloween night I had reason to not want to go to the door when kids came by for their trick or treats. I, therefore, put a large bowl full of candy by the door.
More seats on the way

More seats on the way

Editor: Re: More MPs not the answer, Murphy's Law, Nov. 2 Under the auspices of restoring "fair" representation to all provinces, the Harper government is introducing legislation to redraw Canada's political map.
Drivers pay for lack of choice

Drivers pay for lack of choice

GUEST EDITORIAL If the B.C. government is looking for a policy issue that's sure to be a winner with voters, it need look no further than the province's high auto insurance rates.