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Jack Knox: We live longer if we read, study says, but does quality matter?

Jack Knox: We live longer if we read, study says, but does quality matter?

Book Bash is encouraging people to read more
Don't tell me COVID is over: One daughter's grief story

Don't tell me COVID is over: One daughter's grief story

This New Westminster Record reporter lost her father in July. Here, she shares her grief journey.
Survey: Measuring the integration of metrification across the country

Survey: Measuring the integration of metrification across the country

The 1970s were a time of change in Canada, not just politically and sociologically but also in the way we measured things.
Survey: Housing, property taxes, crime top list of voter concerns in Metro Vancouver

Survey: Housing, property taxes, crime top list of voter concerns in Metro Vancouver

Housing is the top issue across seven different regions in Metro Vancouver.
'Hit the jackpot, medically speaking': Finally got a family doctor — after moving away

'Hit the jackpot, medically speaking': Finally got a family doctor — after moving away

Glacier Media reporter Alanna Kelly shares her story of trying to get a family doctor in B.C.
Letter: Education needed on e-bikes

Letter: Education needed on e-bikes

'You could help improve the level of understanding in our community by presenting the other side of the story.'
Opinion: Tale of two languishing Squamish developments

Opinion: Tale of two languishing Squamish developments

During an unprecedented local building boom, why are two mega projects that have been on the District’s radar for the better part of a decade still languishing in limbo?
Editorial: Doing a little can help Howe Sound

Editorial: Doing a little can help Howe Sound

There are upcoming opportunities for locals who want to see cleaner Howe Sound beaches.
Ingrid Rice cartoon: Public health care is great

Ingrid Rice cartoon: Public health care is great

Our political cartoonist takes aim at the current doctor shortage in B.C.
Survey: Ambivalence now prevails over pandemic game plans in Canada

Survey: Ambivalence now prevails over pandemic game plans in Canada

More than three in four Canadians still consider COVID-19 to be a real threat.