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Opinion: End of COVID-19 briefings marks major pandemic milestone

Opinion: End of COVID-19 briefings marks major pandemic milestone

One of B.C.’s most popular television programs has finally gone off the air and that is a sign the COVID-19 pandemic may finally be in the rear-view mirror.
Letter: Public gyms are lined for multi-sport, why not tennis courts for pickleball too?

Letter: Public gyms are lined for multi-sport, why not tennis courts for pickleball too?

Having only tennis lines on outdoor courts would be like saying we will only allow basketball lines on an indoor gym floor
Winners and losers in post-pandemic professional sports business

Winners and losers in post-pandemic professional sports business

Vancouver Canucks still command fan interest, but pandemic has dulled overall appetite for live sports, poll suggests
Letter: Historic heat wave should be a wakeup call for all of us

Letter: Historic heat wave should be a wakeup call for all of us

'It’s time to stop ignoring what is happening'
Letter: Lynn Valley Village businesses deserve better

Letter: Lynn Valley Village businesses deserve better

'Cut these businesses some slack, be the good commercial landlord, be creative in finding a workable solution to their problems'
Letter: Hey North Shore trail users, horses have right of way

Letter: Hey North Shore trail users, horses have right of way

Bikers are predators to a horse – fast and silent.
COVID year has put a dent in some Canadians’ pride in their country

COVID year has put a dent in some Canadians’ pride in their country

Pandemic economic fallout, residential school graves have dampened enthusiasm at Canada Day, poll suggests
Opinion: Reconciliation and the ugly truths we must face

Opinion: Reconciliation and the ugly truths we must face

The Truth and Reconciliation Commission didn’t just make recommendations to governments and institutions. It spoke to all Canadians.
Editorial: This Canada Day prompts discussion on what we are to celebrate

Editorial: This Canada Day prompts discussion on what we are to celebrate

Some will spend the day wearing orange in solidarity with Indigenous people
Automated speed enforcement in B.C. gets green light from public in poll

Automated speed enforcement in B.C. gets green light from public in poll

Cameras to detect speeding at intersections have approval of 71% of British Columbians, survey finds.