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Pipe down

THIS week saw the first rounds of what will likely be one of the most bitter, drawn-out political fights in recent memory.

Baldrey's logic hard to follow

Dear Editor: I wish to comment on the Keith Baldrey's Jan. 6 column, A Hard Right Turn onto a Rocky Road: Mr.

City's concert budget excessive

Open letter to City of North Vancouver mayor and council: As a person who was a music agent for 10 years, I find it absolutely astounding that you would vote unanimously to pay out $100,000 for entertainment over the summer - especially without any p

Canada Post delivers the goods

Dear Editor: As Canada Post employees wrap up their busiest time of year, there are often complaints about letters and parcels arriving after Christmas.

You said it

"If people start to question if it's safe to donate at the door, that can have an impact on charities - not just ours." Stephen Forgacs, spokesman for the B.C.

Residents should not pay for other's speeding

Dear Editor: I write regarding the District of North Vancouver proposal to charge residents for "traffic calming.

A roaming dog may be run over

Dear Editor: Attention, dog owners! This evening, while driving home down my street in North Vancouver, I came across a very upsetting scene. A neighbourhood dog had been hit by a car. This dog, I found out, was a senior at 14 years old.

Smoke signal

THE number of places a cigarette smoker can light up in was made even smaller this week.

WV bus employee a gem

Dear Editor: On Dec. 26, our family was using the West Vancouver Blue Bus service to travel from Horseshoe Bay back home from holidays.

Art failure

NOBODY plans to fail, as the saying goes, but lots of people fail to plan. There are lots of people in charge of arts organizations in B.C.
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