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EDITORIAL: Make your voice heard on tourism recovery

EDITORIAL: Make your voice heard on tourism recovery

Reeling in relaxation

Reeling in relaxation

OPINION: This pandemic is not unprecedented

OPINION: This pandemic is not unprecedented

I have a plague-doctor mask that I like. Not really to wear—it creeps people out—but for what it stands for. My mask is symbolic of health-care providers in another era, doing what they could with what they had. It seems relevant today.
OPINION: This is what it's like to fly across the country during the COVID-19 pandemic

OPINION: This is what it's like to fly across the country during the COVID-19 pandemic

How has air travel from YVR changed since the COVID-19 pandemic began?
SCIENCE MATTERS: Old oil and gas wells find new life with renewable energy

SCIENCE MATTERS: Old oil and gas wells find new life with renewable energy

As part of its COVID-19 response, Canada’s government is spending $1.7 billion to clean up “orphan” and inactive oil and gas wells in Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia.
PIQUE'N YER INTEREST: Feeling the disconnect

PIQUE'N YER INTEREST: Feeling the disconnect

There’s really no way around it: this pandemic sucks. That said, it would have probably sucked a whole lot more if it had happened in another decade.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Finding the Fountain of Youth on my float down the River of Golden Dreams

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Finding the Fountain of Youth on my float down the River of Golden Dreams

MAXED OUT: Watching an empire crumble…

MAXED OUT: Watching an empire crumble…

EDITORIAL: A whole new world

EDITORIAL: A whole new world

OPINION: B.C. tourism’s most important indicators show much of sector on life support

OPINION: B.C. tourism’s most important indicators show much of sector on life support

As the summer draws to a close, and the province nears a decision on how to allocate its $1.5 billion recovery package, it would be easy for some people to make the false assumption that a strong August for some tourism operators means the B.C.