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Survey: Three-quarters of British Columbians support mandatory calorie counts on menus

Survey: Three-quarters of British Columbians support mandatory calorie counts on menus

Survey reveals why it is time for the B.C. government to seriously consider what is now required in Ontario
Les Leyne: Swashbuckling MacPhail back on the bridge as B.C. Ferries CEO walks plank

Les Leyne: Swashbuckling MacPhail back on the bridge as B.C. Ferries CEO walks plank

Mark Collins was appointed president and CEO of B.C. Ferries in April 2017; in 2020, the corporation's board extended his employment contract to 2026. During the pandemic, there's been friction with the premier's office.
Letter: 'Seaspan takes our responsibility as a good neighbour seriously'

Letter: 'Seaspan takes our responsibility as a good neighbour seriously'

'We look to the community to share their thoughts with us in this next phase of engagement' for the proposed Vancouver dry-dock expansion project, Seaspan's CEO says.
Survey: How we listen to music in Canada

Survey: How we listen to music in Canada

From streaming to records – new survey reveals trends in how Canadians across generations consume music.
Editorial: Seaspan should listen to and address dry dock worries

Editorial: Seaspan should listen to and address dry dock worries

Our port and shipbuilding industry’s future prosperity do not have to come at the expense of the community that surrounds them.
Analysis: Vancouver 2030 Olympics bid on thin ice, facing a blizzard of challenges

Analysis: Vancouver 2030 Olympics bid on thin ice, facing a blizzard of challenges

It can be argued that there were too many reasons to say yes to 2010 and there are too many reasons to say no to 2030.
North Shore residents split on dogs on transit, poll finds

North Shore residents split on dogs on transit, poll finds

How would you feel about sharing your seat with a schnauzer or Shih Tzu? 🐕
Opinion: B.C.’s activist protest appetite less than special interest groups claim

Opinion: B.C.’s activist protest appetite less than special interest groups claim

The way British Columbians choose to participate in public life varies widely across demographics.
Baldrey: Court victory won’t cure health care system’s ailments

Baldrey: Court victory won’t cure health care system’s ailments

Appeals court decision to block expansion of private health care at the expense of public health care was welcome, but won’t improve access.
Opinion: Deeper we go into the dark valley of over-taxation and divisiveness

Opinion: Deeper we go into the dark valley of over-taxation and divisiveness

Look overseas and a passel of leaders are running their course as founded and faulty. Nowhere is there either inspiration or hope.