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Les Leyne: Decriminalization test a full retreat from 'war on drugs'

Les Leyne: Decriminalization test a full retreat from 'war on drugs'

It’s a three-year trial, but given the energy B.C. officials put into winning it, there’s a good chance it will be permanent
Letter: Time for Whistler to get serious about active transportation

Letter: Time for Whistler to get serious about active transportation

"Multi-use paths like the wandering Valley Trail don’t cut it when cyclists and pedestrians are not separated."
Letter: Alpine needs speed bumps to protect Whistler kids

Letter: Alpine needs speed bumps to protect Whistler kids

"We would all hate to see an accident and lose someone we love, especially over something so easy and preventable as a speed bump."
Russia ousts North Korea to claim title of least-liked country

Russia ousts North Korea to claim title of least-liked country

There is no discernible demographic group in Canada where at least one in five respondents have a positive opinion of the Russian Federation
Baldrey: BC NDP digs itself into political hole with museum scheme

Baldrey: BC NDP digs itself into political hole with museum scheme

Nearly $1 billion price tag, eight-year time span to build new Royal B.C. Museum raises questions about political priorities, planning.
Opinion: Roe v. Wade; freedom v. oppression

Opinion: Roe v. Wade; freedom v. oppression

Rolling back abortion rights is a huge step in the wrong direction, and yet another example of how often the rights of women are put second to the desires of men
Jack Knox: So, I went to a casino and a hockey game broke out

Jack Knox: So, I went to a casino and a hockey game broke out

A parade of gambling commercials during TV hockey games
The Outsider: One more kick at the can

The Outsider: One more kick at the can

Letter: NDP should be ashamed of transit strike handling

Letter: NDP should be ashamed of transit strike handling

"[Y]ou and your government are favouring big business and the union over the actual people who elected you."
Opinion: Learning to survive in an American classroom

Opinion: Learning to survive in an American classroom

I spent many of my formative school years in the U.S., where safety drills for hurricanes and anything more sinister were the norm. And sometimes when I did have to hide under my desk, it wasn't a drill. As more school shootings are reported, I wonder what those classroom experiences really taught.