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John Ducker: Keep kids safe from the dangers of hot cars

John Ducker: Keep kids safe from the dangers of hot cars

North America-wide, about 38 children die each year from being left in an overheated vehicle. They are tragic circumstances beyond imagination. Why does it happen?
Rob Shaw: How B.C.'s first Seniors Advocate transformed elderly care

Rob Shaw: How B.C.'s first Seniors Advocate transformed elderly care

Isobel Mackenzie leaves behind a legacy of advocacy that led to meaningful policy changes in seniors care
Letter: Ensuring Squamish's Prosperity—Investing in Early Childhood Education

Letter: Ensuring Squamish's Prosperity—Investing in Early Childhood Education

'Capilano University's arrival in Squamish emphasizes the critical need for early childhood education to foster a skilled future workforce.'
Editorial: We have to think like folks living in hotter climates now, Squamish

Editorial: We have to think like folks living in hotter climates now, Squamish

Tips for beating the heat at home in Squamish: From trees for shade to energy-efficient cooling.
Letter: Happy about Squamish development, Paradise Trails

Letter: Happy about Squamish development, Paradise Trails

'I hope the council approves this quickly and the developer can break ground soon!'
Letter: That Squamish Chief editorial was patronizing

Letter: That Squamish Chief editorial was patronizing

'I am writing in response to the editorial Who’s got the power? published in December, which suggested that residents engaged in municipal politics are often unfamiliar with where power lies in our political system.'
Comment: Truckers get jail time while real criminals get bail and parole

Comment: Truckers get jail time while real criminals get bail and parole

Tamara Lich, Chris Lysak and Jerry Morin spent a combined total of 1,490 days in jail — despite not having been convicted of anything.
Opinion: Data doesn’t support proposed B.C. hunting regulations

Opinion: Data doesn’t support proposed B.C. hunting regulations

Further reducing hunting opportunities goes well beyond sustainable wildlife management
Edmunds: Best used spring break adventure vehicles for less than $30K

Edmunds: Best used spring break adventure vehicles for less than $30K

Even with much of the country blanketed by rain and snow, it’s not too early to think of the thaw. March and April bring one of the most anticipated parts of the calendar — spring break — and with it thoughts of adventure and the open highway.
Letter: In response to Keith Roy

Letter: In response to Keith Roy

'I’ve always put our communities first, even when it meant challenging my party’s policies, including on the climate, electoral reform, and foreign affairs'
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