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Letter: Combating climate change should include legal action

Letter: Combating climate change should include legal action

We all bear some responsibility for climate change and should share in the resulting costs, but Big Oil is far more responsible, and must also pay a share, this letter writer says.
Poll finds Stewart and Sim leading mayoral horse race in City of Vancouver

Poll finds Stewart and Sim leading mayoral horse race in City of Vancouver

With just five weeks to go before all ballots are cast, likely voters in Vancouver are responsible for fascinating fluctuations.
Letter: West Vancouver doesn't need year-round Christmas lights on trees

Letter: West Vancouver doesn't need year-round Christmas lights on trees

It doesn't make environmental or financial sense to have 'Disneyland' lights on municipal lamp posts and trees, this letter writer says
B.C. unlikely to repeat its surprise surplus any time soon

B.C. unlikely to repeat its surprise surplus any time soon

Inflation makes this “a very different year,” warns Finance Minister Selina Robinson ahead of the province’s quarterly financial update.
Opinion: Ottawa animosity sparks rise in Alberta sovereignty aspirations

Opinion: Ottawa animosity sparks rise in Alberta sovereignty aspirations

Many survey respondents say they are “Albertans first and Canadians second."
Andy Prest: KidSport volunteer remembered as fierce advocate for young athletes

Andy Prest: KidSport volunteer remembered as fierce advocate for young athletes

Karen Lidster co-founded a North Shore charity devoted to helping kids stay active in sports
Editorial: Finally, back to school feels almost normal

Editorial: Finally, back to school feels almost normal

As students get ready to head back to the classroom next week, let's be hopeful about a school year not dominated by pandemic restrictions and fallout
Les Leyne: B.C. books are back in the black

Les Leyne: B.C. books are back in the black

B.C. government's $9.7 billion budget deficit forecast turns into $1.3 billion surplus
Survey: Cascadian connections alive and well for the majority of British Columbians

Survey: Cascadian connections alive and well for the majority of British Columbians

More than four in five people are “very proud” of the province that they live in.
Poll: North Shore residents still have COVID concerns

Poll: North Shore residents still have COVID concerns

A new poll finds that many North Shore residents are feeling some anxiety about the coronavirus as fall approaches