Skip to content

Opinion

Opinion: Wilsons' B.C. parkland philanthropy makes sound business sense

Opinion: Wilsons' B.C. parkland philanthropy makes sound business sense

British Columbians overwhelmingly want not only more parkland, but parkland off-limits to development, parkland to be priorities for protection.
Letters: Leave our North Shore library administration as is

Letters: Leave our North Shore library administration as is

While columnist Kirk LaPointe argues for a leaner library management structure, these letter writers say to close the book on that conversation 📕
Poll shows North Shore drivers still using their electronic devices

Poll shows North Shore drivers still using their electronic devices

We see you, people looking into your laps at the red light.
Geoff Johnson: The best school boards understand that student learning is job one

Geoff Johnson: The best school boards understand that student learning is job one

Wannabe school trustees should know that effective school boards are accountability driven, spending less time on operational issues and more time focused on policies to improve student achievement
Older and Wiser: Ageism can do real harm to seniors

Older and Wiser: Ageism can do real harm to seniors

We all can do more to counteract ageist attitudes about the capabilities of seniors, writes columnist Margaret Coates
Kirk LaPointe: A North Shore library administration shakeup is overdue

Kirk LaPointe: A North Shore library administration shakeup is overdue

This column is not an attack on North Shore libraries. But three separate management teams featuring several six-figure salaries is hardly taxpayer-sensible.
Comment: Medical evidence supports involuntary treatment

Comment: Medical evidence supports involuntary treatment

A commentary by a group of doctors who treat substance-abuse disorders in B.C.’s youth.
Comment: If doctors can opt out, we have a two-tier system

Comment: If doctors can opt out, we have a two-tier system

Doctor plans to charge patients an annual $1,500 fee after dropping out of the Medical Services Plan.
Survey: Majority of British Columbians back wider use of speed enforcement technology

Survey: Majority of British Columbians back wider use of speed enforcement technology

Since 2018, Research Co. and Glacier Media have asked British Columbians about automated speed enforcement.
Letter: Bright LED streetlights should have downward reflectors

Letter: Bright LED streetlights should have downward reflectors

While new LED streetlights installed across the North Shore are said to reduce light pollution, this letter writer says the new lights are annoyingly brighter