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Les Leyne: Here comes the vaccine. Luckily, Canadians are good at lineups

Les Leyne: Here comes the vaccine. Luckily, Canadians are good at lineups

Medical science looks ready to accomplish what behavioural engineering couldn’t do — stop COVID-19 in its tracks.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Put customers first

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Put customers first

BC Hydro’s cynical move to cancel an important lifeline program has the potential to put the most vulnerable customers at risk just when help is needed most.
EDITORIAL: We have work to do

EDITORIAL: We have work to do

It’s being called a shadow pandemic—as if it has just appeared on the horizon like COVID-19 did. But this has been part of my life and that of many of my friends, colleagues and indeed the Canadian population for decades and decades.
SCIENCE MATTERS: Rediscovering the fundamentals of life

SCIENCE MATTERS: Rediscovering the fundamentals of life

Throughout Canada and around the world, the second wave of COVID-19 is hitting hard. Over the next few months, governments will remain focused on addressing the largest public health emergency in recent memory.
PIQUE'N YER INTEREST: Find kindness for workers as holiday approaches

PIQUE'N YER INTEREST: Find kindness for workers as holiday approaches

The COVID-19 pandemic has been tough for everyone, but not in equal measure.
The language your body speaks

The language your body speaks

Befriending your self starts with making small talk with your body
RANGE ROVER: Two things

RANGE ROVER: Two things

The baptism for this year’s very different ski season begins when I pick up my pass at Guest Services in Creekside. Because, of course, you can’t go into Guest Services anymore.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Want an upside? Now we value care work

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Want an upside? Now we value care work

If the coronavirus has taught us anything, it’s the irreplaceable value of what used to be considered “women’s work”: caring, cleaning, farming and food preparation.
EDITORIAL: Consider shopping local this winter

EDITORIAL: Consider shopping local this winter

As we saw the snow creep down the mountains last month, a general feeling of anticipation pervaded the community.
MAXED OUT: Now that was a (pre-COVID-19) party …

MAXED OUT: Now that was a (pre-COVID-19) party …

It started the day after American Thanksgiving. No, not Black Friday shopping, Amazon’s quest to put virtually ever other retailer out of business. The Countdown to Christmas Madness began in earnest.