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Maxed Out: How to celebrate (discretely)

Maxed Out: How to celebrate (discretely)

'Cultural hangups aside, this is the August long weekend and it’s time to dance and celebrate. Discretely though, we’re Canadian.'
Letter: Funds for new Catholic church could be better used

Letter: Funds for new Catholic church could be better used

'The proposed funds to be raised for the new church could certainly facilitate some true reconciliation programs with Indigenous people and all victims of abuse.'
Letter: Are future Winter Olympic bids ignoring an ‘Inconvenient Truth?’

Letter: Are future Winter Olympic bids ignoring an ‘Inconvenient Truth?’

'With runaway global warming now firmly established, they could be investing billions of dollars into outdoor snow events that are no longer viable eight years from now.'
Letter: About that house on the hill…

Letter: About that house on the hill…

"Whistler used to be a place to gaze at the stars in the dark, but with a lit-up development like this, those days are apparently gone."
Letter: Solutions needed for dangerous Lorimer intersection

Letter: Solutions needed for dangerous Lorimer intersection

"Will this disrupt the traffic flow? Yes, but as the alternative is someone being killed, this is a cost the public must bear."
Letter: 2030 Olympic bid offers golden opportunity to revitalize rail in the Sea to Sky

Letter: 2030 Olympic bid offers golden opportunity to revitalize rail in the Sea to Sky

"The bid-makers and the COC have the influence to require CN to cooperate or get out of the way."
Letter: Hunters are conservationists

Letter: Hunters are conservationists

"To say that hunters do not care about protecting wildlife is like saying cooks don’t like to eat."
Baldrey: CEO's firing sends warning shot across BC Ferries' bow

Baldrey: CEO's firing sends warning shot across BC Ferries' bow

Dismissal of Mark Collins signals that provincial government has no intention of letting the quasi-private company continue to do as it pleases.
Survey: Three-quarters of British Columbians support mandatory calorie counts on menus

Survey: Three-quarters of British Columbians support mandatory calorie counts on menus

Survey reveals why it is time for the B.C. government to seriously consider what is now required in Ontario
The Outsider: Life after the peak

The Outsider: Life after the peak