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Guest opinion: What a teacher learned

Guest opinion: What a teacher learned

'I wish that I had known in 1987 as a student-teacher going to my first professional development day that that day I’d learn the most important lesson a teacher could have.'
Letter: A talented artist

Letter: A talented artist

'I just had to write and share with you what one of your local, longest and proudest citizens recently did to brighten the park that her backyard borders, Boulevard Park. '

Letter: Education for girls

Summer holidays: woo hoo! Pandemic or no pandemic, I know that children in Canada are ready for the warm weather and the change in routine, even while their parents are scrambling to figure out what to do to continue working.
COVID year has put a dent in some Canadians’ pride in their country

COVID year has put a dent in some Canadians’ pride in their country

Pandemic economic fallout, residential school graves have dampened enthusiasm at Canada Day, poll suggests
Automated speed enforcement in B.C. gets green light from public in poll

Automated speed enforcement in B.C. gets green light from public in poll

Cameras to detect speeding at intersections have approval of 71% of British Columbians, survey finds.
Opinion: Digital platforms and Canadian media are integrally entwined

Opinion: Digital platforms and Canadian media are integrally entwined

Glacier Media signs deal with Google Canada's News Showcase
Most Canadians cultivating an interest in gardening, finds poll

Most Canadians cultivating an interest in gardening, finds poll

More than three in five respondents (63%) to a poll said they currently grow or cultivate plants in their home, either indoors or outdoors
EDITORIAL: A thank-you to leaders

EDITORIAL: A thank-you to leaders

There’s been a big shift at the Sea to Sky School District. SD48’s longtime superintendent, Lisa McCullough, will soon be ending her decade-long tenure as the the head of Squamish’s schools.
OPINION: To leash or not to leash? That is the contention

OPINION: To leash or not to leash? That is the contention

The dogs-on-leash versus free-range-dogs debate can get contentious, especially in a town that is growing fast, has a five-dogs-to-one-person ratio, and one off-leash dog park.
Majority of British Columbians say let’s play major league ball

Majority of British Columbians say let’s play major league ball

Three in five B.C. residents say idea of MLB team in Vancouver is a “very good” or “good” idea, poll finds.