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Give no quarter to new shelters

Dear Editor: West Vancouver council's decision to allow illuminated commercial billboards to be attached to new bus shelters in Ambleside has created serious planning problems and exposed an important public policy issue (New Bus Shelters Squeeze Foo

Ambitious councillors go home

Dear Editor: Before Premier Christy Clark about-faced and quashed the idea of an autumn election, District of North Vancouver Councillor Mike Little confirmed his interest in running for provincial office in North Vancouver-Seymour, and city Coun.

Too many mayors spoil the N. Shore broth

Dear Editor: In less than two months, we will go to the polls to elect our next municipal government. The time has come for a serious, citizen-based discussion about eliminating the multiple bureaucracies operating on the North Shore.

Strong constitution

Friday's decision by the Supreme Court of Canada to keep Vancouver's safe injection site open is a triumph for common sense. Study after study has concluded that Insite saves lives.

In the midst of life we are in death

HELLO, pro-abortion people. Any comment on the Katrina Effert sentence? And the judge's words from the bench? Oh, unless you're deep in pro-life or so-called prochoice, you probably never heard of it. Now hear. In 2005 Effert, of Wetaskiwin, Alta.

Show of force

The last few years have been tough for the RCMP in this province.

Reginalds story truly powerful

Dear Editor: I would like to commend you for your inspiring story about the Reginald family (Family Team, North Shore News, Sept. 25).
Inquiring Reporter: Are you enjoying the extended summer weather?

Inquiring Reporter: Are you enjoying the extended summer weather?

This month may go down in history as the driest September ever.

Fees on milk bad for families

Dear Editor: In reference to the Sept. 16 North Shore News story Got Milk? Maybe You Gotta Have a Deposit, I agree with District of North Vancouver Coun. Roger Bassam that the staff proposal to support a deposit on milk containers constitutes a tax.

Resources are us

THE economy and job creation are clearly on the minds of both our provincial and federal governments.
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