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Letter: This 'Hobbit House' is a delightful reminder of North Vancouver's past

Letter: This 'Hobbit House' is a delightful reminder of North Vancouver's past

The whimsical house at 1384 Hope Road was the original home of the famous Coad Canada Puppets
Older and Wiser: Family caregivers need our full support

Older and Wiser: Family caregivers need our full support

May is Family Caregiver Awareness Month, and we should take this time to reach out to our friends and neighbours doing this vital work, writes columnist Margaret Coates.
Les Leyne: New museum will be a monument to Indigenous reconciliation

Les Leyne: New museum will be a monument to Indigenous reconciliation

If there’s one project where Victoria’s track record of arguing everything to death needs to stop, it’s this one.
North Shore residents don't want provincial police force, poll finds

North Shore residents don't want provincial police force, poll finds

How would you feel about having a BC Provincial Police force?
Letter: Handsworth school community needs an artificial turf field

Letter: Handsworth school community needs an artificial turf field

"As time seems to drag on, the sense of urgency grows for us, as members of this community," parents and coaches write, in an open letter to North Vancouver district council and school trustees.
Opinion: Public health suffers when pro sports goes all in on gambling

Opinion: Public health suffers when pro sports goes all in on gambling

On this issue I am prepared to be called a prude, a fogey and a knuckle-dragger.
Opinion: Mayor Kennedy Stewart caught stealing intellectual property

Opinion: Mayor Kennedy Stewart caught stealing intellectual property

Hey, dude, that photo belongs to us
Opinion: Canadians spending less time cooking as pandemic wanes

Opinion: Canadians spending less time cooking as pandemic wanes

Fewer people abiding by Canada’s Food Guide recommendation to “put away distractions like the TV or electronics” while eating: poll.
Les Leyne: $25 billion spent, thousands of new hires, B.C.'s health care still falls short

Les Leyne: $25 billion spent, thousands of new hires, B.C.'s health care still falls short

B.C.'s health-care workforce has grown to 223,000 in 2022 from 184,000 in 2018.
Andy Prest: The Kids In The Hall are here to bring laughs back from the dead

Andy Prest: The Kids In The Hall are here to bring laughs back from the dead

Canada's enlightened comedy crew returns with first new season of TV shows since 1995.