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Jack Knox: Nil could make us happier than being at the World Cup

Jack Knox: Nil could make us happier than being at the World Cup

This is the only time you’ll ever hear Canadians use the word, once every four years during the planet’s most-watched sporting event
Rob Shaw: Eby’s autism funding announcement shows he’s not captured by bureaucracy

Rob Shaw: Eby’s autism funding announcement shows he’s not captured by bureaucracy

“We’re relieved but a little skeptical as well,” added Elena Lawson, co-founder of the Children’s Autism Federation of BC.
Letter: Pickleball players should wear eye protection

Letter: Pickleball players should wear eye protection

It's important for pickleball players to protect their eyes, particularly as they move indoors without sunglasses
Christine Duhaime: Unexplained Wealth Orders and the Amphetamine King

Christine Duhaime: Unexplained Wealth Orders and the Amphetamine King

The British Columbia government is planning to introduce unexplained wealth orders (UWO) in its latest move to disrupt the province’s reputation as a safe haven for dirty money.
Opinion: Why the Access to Information Act isn't providing access to information

Opinion: Why the Access to Information Act isn't providing access to information

"The exercise of the law to extract important information is often like panning for gold under a pitch-black sky."
Jack Knox: Shovelling money out of our economy gives us the Black Friday blues

Jack Knox: Shovelling money out of our economy gives us the Black Friday blues

Since the phenomenon spilled into Canada, it turned out we were just as capable as our neighbours of going all Lord Of The Flies on each other if you dangled a $12 toaster in front of our faces.
Opinion: Squamish reflections on aging — Deja Vu

Opinion: Squamish reflections on aging — Deja Vu

'I am impressed with the youth of today. Unlike the previous generations that had separate cultures, the youth of today are exposed to the same music, fashion, styles and habits we were.'
Opinion: A 1950s Sḵwx̱wú7mesh totem pole returns to my family

Opinion: A 1950s Sḵwx̱wú7mesh totem pole returns to my family

'With the family's help, we raised enough money to purchase the pole and have it returned home.'
Jordan Bateman: Bending about breaking the law

Jordan Bateman: Bending about breaking the law

Premier David Eby’s affinity for yoga came in handy this week, as he tried to twist himself into a new “tough on crime” persona. But given his history, convincing anyone would be beyond even a master contortionist.
Survey: More Canadians losing sleep over finance and money matters

Survey: More Canadians losing sleep over finance and money matters

For the past few years, Health Canada has issued guidelines related to the number of hours of sleep that Canadians should get every night.
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