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Kirk LaPointe

Recent Work by Kirk

Opinion: Canada's soccer success may soon be overshadowed by World Cup costs

Opinion: Canada's soccer success may soon be overshadowed by World Cup costs

Potential ROI on Vancouver's hosting duties leave much to be desired
Opinion: Trudeau, Biden both endangering their parties by overstaying their welcome

Opinion: Trudeau, Biden both endangering their parties by overstaying their welcome

Leaders have gone beyond their best-before dates
Opinion: What does the Toronto-St. Paul’s Tory win mean for B.C.?

Opinion: What does the Toronto-St. Paul’s Tory win mean for B.C.?

There is an undeniable conservative momentum federally and provincially that won’t just stop
Opinion: Post-pandemic hangover sees B.C. businesses lead delinquency surge

Opinion: Post-pandemic hangover sees B.C. businesses lead delinquency surge

CEBA loans, high interest rates, inflation create a perfect storm for struggling businesses.
Kirk LaPointe: Premier's concern over North Shore sewage plant is about $3B too late

Kirk LaPointe: Premier's concern over North Shore sewage plant is about $3B too late

Voters are watching, and what North Vancouver and West Van residents really want now is not just an audit, but real help paying the bill
Opinion: B.C.'s economic woes laid bare as past premiers push policy overhaul

Opinion: B.C.'s economic woes laid bare as past premiers push policy overhaul

Christy Clark, Glen Clark unimpressed with BC NDP government's bend towards business
Opinion: Rutherford, Rustad on parallel paths to face off against rivals this fall

Opinion: Rutherford, Rustad on parallel paths to face off against rivals this fall

The are some surprising similarities in the leadership journeys of Canucks' Jim Rutherford and BC Conservatives’ John Rustad
Opinion: B.C.'s EV aspirations may fall victim to anti-China trade policy

Opinion: B.C.'s EV aspirations may fall victim to anti-China trade policy

A steady stream of economical electric vehicles flowing into the Canadian market appears unlikely
Opinion: London Drugs’ response to cyberattack a case study in crisis management

Opinion: London Drugs’ response to cyberattack a case study in crisis management

London Drugs' response to the LockBit cyberattack reveals critical lessons for businesses handling data vulnerabilities
Kirk LaPointe: Metro’s sewage plant payment discussion still very ‘raw’

Kirk LaPointe: Metro’s sewage plant payment discussion still very ‘raw’

Metro Vancouver leaders are still trying to sort out who will pay for the problem-plagued North Shore Wastewater Treatment Plant many months after the announcement of a shocking cost overrun
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