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Letter: Four walls not for everyone, District of Squamish

Letter: Four walls not for everyone, District of Squamish

The District had an opportunity to create positive precedent, to be true leaders.
Opinion: A legend of a Sea Monster

Opinion: A legend of a Sea Monster

When I was a teenager, I frequently travelled to Vancouver Island for war canoe races with my Squamish Nation team. My skipper, our coach and teacher, is from Duncan, where many moons ago, our waterways were travelled by canoes.
Opinion: On the right side of soap and vaccines

Opinion: On the right side of soap and vaccines

It can sometimes feel like this town is overrun with folks who doubt science.
Canadians split on idea of bringing back death penalty: poll

Canadians split on idea of bringing back death penalty: poll

50% of Canadians would support reinstating capital punishment for murder.
Editorial: B.C. health leaders need to focus more on disease control and less on message control

Editorial: B.C. health leaders need to focus more on disease control and less on message control

The idea that “we’re all in this together” is both true and profoundly not true.
Opinion: The PNE is drowning in debt and needs a B.C. bailout

Opinion: The PNE is drowning in debt and needs a B.C. bailout

The $8 million in debt is expected to grow
Work, money matters continuing to keep Canadians awake at night

Work, money matters continuing to keep Canadians awake at night

More than two in five poll respondents (43%) say worrying about financial matters made it harder for them to fall asleep at night over the past month
Opinion: COVID data leak highlights B.C. public's right to 'no'

Opinion: COVID data leak highlights B.C. public's right to 'no'

Leaked documents from the BC Centre for Disease Control carry important and timely information about COVID trends, local and neighbourhood "hot spots."
PIQUE'N YER INTEREST: Is it time for Canada to start taking UFOs seriously?

PIQUE'N YER INTEREST: Is it time for Canada to start taking UFOs seriously?

Letter: Advocate for teachers, SD48

Letter: Advocate for teachers, SD48

On April 26, SD48 school board trustee Celeste Bickford made a motion that the board write a letter to Vancouver Coastal Health advocating for the remaining teachers, custodians, EAs, bus drivers, maintenance crew, and administrators who have not been eligible for a vaccine to be prioritized given that Sea to Sky is a “hot spot,” it seemed a no-brainer.