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Letter: Workplace Math issue not about systemic racism

Letter: Workplace Math issue not about systemic racism

'The program in question has been specifically designed to provide students with a curriculum of a practical nature, which would help in their specific needs after graduation.'
Letter: A drug death solution

Letter: A drug death solution

'My proposal would be to throw some cash at the problem to fund a purposeful, directed, comprehensive program of original research into all aspects of B.C.’s drug death problem, starting with definitions and ending with solutions. It would be expensive.'
Letter: Public spaces in Squamish are crucial

Letter: Public spaces in Squamish are crucial

'Common spaces, places where people can congregate for free to relax or connect with others and talk trivia or about things that really matter, are critical to the wellness of a town.'
B.C. residents broadly support idea of vaccine passports, poll finds

B.C. residents broadly support idea of vaccine passports, poll finds

73% favour requiring proof of inoculation for international travellers.
Will pandemic leave lasting mark on how B.C. workers carry out their jobs?

Will pandemic leave lasting mark on how B.C. workers carry out their jobs?

A new survey shows companies in the post-pandemic world will need to find the right balance between the workplace of the past and the ability of employees to carry on with their duties from home at least some of the time.
Letter: ‘Go back home’: Racist comments always hurt

Letter: ‘Go back home’: Racist comments always hurt

I have contributed to Canada for nearly 40 years.
Editorial: We need a paradigm shift on parking, Squamish

Editorial: We need a paradigm shift on parking, Squamish

What is the solution to the parking crunch downtown? Recently, when a new seating area by nonprofit OurSquamish took up a parking spot, many in town decried the loss of a car space. A perceived lack of parking isn’t a new complaint.
Letter: Squamish student says there are problems with COVID-19 regulations

Letter: Squamish student says there are problems with COVID-19 regulations

'It’s very strange that, outside of school, students are restricted to interacting only with their immediate family, but, in school, they are allowed close interaction with hundreds of other people.'
Opinion: Growing up in Neverland, the Sea to Sky

Opinion: Growing up in Neverland, the Sea to Sky

Reporter Dan Falloon says good-bye to the Sea to Sky and readers.
Trudeau’s Liberals stable, O’Toole’s Tories lose ground in poll

Trudeau’s Liberals stable, O’Toole’s Tories lose ground in poll

Conservative support drops three points since end of 2020.