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Opinion: COVID data leak highlights B.C. public's right to 'no'

Opinion: COVID data leak highlights B.C. public's right to 'no'

Leaked documents from the BC Centre for Disease Control carry important and timely information about COVID trends, local and neighbourhood "hot spots."
Healthy Living: Shining a light on our attitude toward mental health

Healthy Living: Shining a light on our attitude toward mental health

Sometimes, just gaining a few mental wellness tools to survive with the purpose of eventually thriving is a way of getting better, piece by piece. ~ Robert Skender
Almost two-thirds of Canadians support idea of vaccine passports: poll

Almost two-thirds of Canadians support idea of vaccine passports: poll

Survey finds broad support for requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination for travel, attendance of public events, working in offices.
Let’s Talk Trash: Language is key to understanding cultures

Let’s Talk Trash: Language is key to understanding cultures

Rewiring our brains takes some time, and it all starts with the expanded awareness that this shift of perspective might bring. 
Near and Far: Millions never participate in our democracy

Near and Far: Millions never participate in our democracy

There is something wonderfully democratic in the idea that literally anyone can seek to become a member of parliament.
Opinion: Premier stays in COVID-19 background, but still manages to make gaffes

Opinion: Premier stays in COVID-19 background, but still manages to make gaffes

Horgan lets Henry and Dix do most of the talking
Kicking the Clutter: How to free yourself from clutter traps

Kicking the Clutter: How to free yourself from clutter traps

Do you have an emotional attachment to your stuff?
Guest editorial: Campaign in Powell River highlights commitment through COVID challenges

Guest editorial: Campaign in Powell River highlights commitment through COVID challenges

The Face Behind the Mask campaign featured community’s caring

This is our highway!

Editor: “Route 3” as BC Ferries calls it, is our – Sunshine Coast residents’ – highway! The idea of restricting access to people that want to go to Vancouver on short notice or come back whenever they are finished doing

Thin edge of the wedge

Editor: I’m fully opposed to the changes for reservations and fares BC Ferries is proposing for the Langdale service. The limited advantages for the ridership of BC Ferries would not be worth the added costs they entail.