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Letter: Who pays for name change?

Letter: Who pays for name change?

No name change, defacing or destroying signage or statues will change the evil history of residential schools... ~ Nan Dunn
Separatist sentiment has faded in Canada since last year: poll

Separatist sentiment has faded in Canada since last year: poll

Just over one in five Canadians think their province would be better off as its own country, down three points in a year
Viewpoint: Whatever we flush affects marine life

Viewpoint: Whatever we flush affects marine life

Southern resident orcas are among the most contaminated marine mammals in the world.
Poll: Nearly 69 per cent of qathet region respondents support domestic vaccine passport program

Poll: Nearly 69 per cent of qathet region respondents support domestic vaccine passport program

'There are consequences if you don't' get vaccinated, says BC health minister.
Near and Far: Election comes against backdrop of interlocking crises

Near and Far: Election comes against backdrop of interlocking crises

Millions of Canadians won’t vote on September 20, for a wide variety of reasons, including a total lack of faith in politics as usual. ~ John Young
Let’s Talk Trash: Quality over quantity

Let’s Talk Trash: Quality over quantity

Instead of following trends, think of investing in pieces for your home, wardrobe and life that you will still enjoy for years to come.
Survey finds mediocre marks for B.C. MPs heading ministries

Survey finds mediocre marks for B.C. MPs heading ministries

Four cabinet ministers’ popularity trails that of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, according to poll
Opinion: Trudeau pawns PM credibility for pandemic political opportunism

Opinion: Trudeau pawns PM credibility for pandemic political opportunism

An election is expected to be called on Sunday, Aug. 15.
Letter: Act of desperation

Letter: Act of desperation

Let’s put this pandemic in the rear-view mirror so we can save our energy to focus on other life-preserving priorities
How the return to work could impact Canada's real estate landscape

How the return to work could impact Canada's real estate landscape

With many workers returning to the office for just a few days a week to start, there will also be a continued interest in renters and buyers needing spaces with home offices.