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Don't count the U.S. out as a superpower

I'M uncomfortable sounding upbeat. It's so out of character.

West Vancouver community rallies round landmark train

Dear Editor: My family has lived on the North Shore for more than 35 years. We own the house with the model train on Marine Drive near 28th Street. The train was built close to 50 years ago and serves as our mailbox.

Hot rocks

If geothermal energy is the answer to Canada's future energy needs, we should at least know that by now. But 100 years after the world's first commercial geothermal power plant was built in Italy in 1911, we don't.

LGH care is first-class

Dear Editor: On Aug. 9, I tripped over shoes that I had left in the middle of a cement floor and fell hard on my left shoulder, dislocating and generally making a mess of it.

9-11 memory: Canada cared

Dear Editor: Coincidentally today - or maybe not so - I found myself at a lunch with colleagues I haven't seen for several years. In fact, some of them had been on my mind quite a bit this past week as we approached the 10th anniversary of 9-11.

Slow-growth slate would provide city election choice

Dear Editor: I hope the Sept. 7 letter from Reimar Kroecher, In North Van, Slow Growth Would be a Welcome Development, was widely read by the residents of North Vancouver. Mr.

Pre-grad litter worth a donation

Dear Editor: Last week, my husband and I walked our dogs up the trail along the west side of Mosquito Creek.

The right to die

WE wholeheartedly support any initiative that will get Canadians talking about the right of the terminally ill to decide how they might die with dignity.

10 years later

IN the days after the Twin Towers fell 10 years ago, there was an eerie hush. No planes interrupted the stillness and shock of that suddenly quiet sky. In the 10 years since, it's been a different story.

You said it

"(B.C. Ferries is) acting like a bully, cutting service, jacking up fares, then moaning to the taxpayer. It's nonsense." Ferry user Roger Burgon reacts to news that B.C.