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Core problem

The chaos that consumed England this week has brought some clarity to Vancouver's own Stanley Cup riot of two months ago.

Call of the Wi-Fi

AHHH August. Time to pack up the tent, the cooler, camp stove, the smartphone and laptop and head out into the wilderness. Or . . . maybe not quite so fast.

A crash course in collision claims

Dear Editor: We agree with letter writer David Brownell that driving smart means both following the rules of the road - as set out in the Motor Vehicle Act - and using common sense (Driving By The Book Can Be Costly, North Shore News, Aug. 3).

Critics who trash waste incineration need filling in

Dear Editor: I managed an EFW - Energy from Waste - project for 14 months in Ontario, and everything I learned from projects around the world fits the views of Prof.

Don't whitewash a dark history

Dear Editor: To go or not to go . . .

It can be wrong to be 'right'

Dear Editor: This letter is in response to Daniel Brownell's letter to the editor, Driving by the Book Can Be Costly (North Shore News, Aug. 3). I suggest Mr. Brownell read the "book" again.

You said it

"The past is not gone. The past is here. I think that by not condemning what happened, we are condoning it.

Sell the hardware, not the cans

Dear Editor: I read with interest your Aug. 3 story about the garbage containers for bears sold by the District of North Vancouver.

Red letter day

AS British Columbians got their weekends started Friday evening, the deadline passed to vote yes or no to the HST.

Argyle Avenue traffic ban makes sense

Dear Editor: I would like to offer my comments regarding the Harmony Arts Festival this year eliminating vehicle traffic along Argyle Avenue for the duration of the 10-day festival.