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Survey: Majority of respondents have little faith in government to eradicate homelessness in B.C.

Survey: Majority of respondents have little faith in government to eradicate homelessness in B.C.

Four in five British Columbians say they believe homelessness has increased in the province over the past three years.
Opinion: Ingrid Rice cartoon — government and the opioid crisis

Opinion: Ingrid Rice cartoon — government and the opioid crisis

More than 10,000 people have died as a result of the opioid crisis since it was first declared a public emergency in 2016.
Opinion: Ingrid Rice cartoon — Playing doctor

Opinion: Ingrid Rice cartoon — Playing doctor

Our political cartoonist takes aim at the doctor shortage in B.C.: BC Family Doctors, the group that advocates for family physicians, says that about one million people in B.C. do not have a family doctor and cannot get one.
Editorial: The art of loss in the opioid crisis

Editorial: The art of loss in the opioid crisis

Maybe if we, as media, show more of this raw pain, more of you will start to care and demand that something change.
Opinion: Recovery from addiction is possible

Opinion: Recovery from addiction is possible

I am one of the lucky ones, but I don’t think things are going in the right direction when it comes to the war on drugs.
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.