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Canadians’ views about China, U.S. at a standstill, poll suggests

Canadians’ views about China, U.S. at a standstill, poll suggests

Negative perceptions of China persist while public is divided on Canada’s southern neighbour, survey shows.
Cartoon: Tree chipping

Cartoon: Tree chipping

Is your Christmas tree still up?
Letter: Vacant lands pays less

Letter: Vacant lands pays less

The talked about hydrogen plant will not take up the acres and equipment used in a pulp and paper mill
Financial Focus: What are your financial resolutions for 2022?

Financial Focus: What are your financial resolutions for 2022?

You might resolve to improve your health and diet, and possibly learn some new skills, but why not make some financial resolutions, too?
Opinion: What does a ‘better’ year look like?

Opinion: What does a ‘better’ year look like?

Making predictions about the new year is a time-honoured tradition for newspaper pundits but we really are no better at predicting the future than anyone else.
Opinion: No 'slowing down' B.C. health minister amid COVID-19

Opinion: No 'slowing down' B.C. health minister amid COVID-19

Adrian Dix now in fifth year as health minister
Kicking the Clutter: Is there a life in the comfort zone?

Kicking the Clutter: Is there a life in the comfort zone?

We become complacent by craving sameness and predictability. Maybe that is the reason so many of us resist the change. ~ Ranka Burzan
Young Canadians continue to be more likely to believe in astrology, other supernatural concepts

Young Canadians continue to be more likely to believe in astrology, other supernatural concepts

Western Canadian provinces see highest level of belief in concepts like haunted houses and clairvoyance
Jack Knox's year in fan mail: 'I used to love reading your columns, but...'

Jack Knox's year in fan mail: 'I used to love reading your columns, but...'

[Bleeping] columnist shares [bleeping] 2021 nastygrams
Healthy Living: Finally, 2022 begins

Healthy Living: Finally, 2022 begins

"We need rituals and ceremonies with our families. It’s who we are in our DNA and makes us human, a tribal instinct 200,000 years in the making." ~ Robert Skender