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Sunday Night Read: 'A girl's perspective of elementary graduation'

Sunday Night Read: 'A girl's perspective of elementary graduation'

This short story series submission is from Gabrielle Tham of Burnaby.
Minter: Use water wisely for your gardens this summer

Minter: Use water wisely for your gardens this summer

With local water restrictions, master gardener Brian Minter shares tips to keep your gardens and yards hydrated and healthy no matter the heat.
David Sovka: Why barbecuing is like the Spanish Inquisition, with more grill rust

David Sovka: Why barbecuing is like the Spanish Inquisition, with more grill rust

Spanish conquerors in the Americas embraced the”‘barbacoa” cooking method they found, which also turned out to be a great way to “combat religious heresy” back home
Rob Shaw: Eby’s frustrations flourish as federal outreach proves fruitless

Rob Shaw: Eby’s frustrations flourish as federal outreach proves fruitless

B.C. premier unleashes on feds over silent treatment
Adrian Raeside cartoon: What's happening with BC United

Adrian Raeside cartoon: What's happening with BC United

Cartoonist Adrian Raeside checks in on what's happening with the BC United party
Letter: A regional rail network is needed more than ever

Letter: A regional rail network is needed more than ever

North America in general is way behind on this, hence the traffic issues seemingly everywhere, this Coquitlam letter writer states.
Rob Shaw: Yes, the Canucks' playoff run led to a wine deal with Alberta

Rob Shaw: Yes, the Canucks' playoff run led to a wine deal with Alberta

A Vancouver Canucks playoff game sparked a resolution in the British Columbia and Alberta cross-border wine sales dispute
Baldrey: Tension will heat up this summer ahead of 2024 B.C. election

Baldrey: Tension will heat up this summer ahead of 2024 B.C. election

Columnist Keith Baldrey explains MLA candidates and their leaders will be more active than ever these next two months.
Growing majority disagree with a provincial name change for B.C., survey reveals

Growing majority disagree with a provincial name change for B.C., survey reveals

British Columbians have mixed feelings over reconciliation efforts, highlighting generational divides
Letter: Port Coquitlam picked a 'boring' name for its new Climb

Letter: Port Coquitlam picked a 'boring' name for its new Climb

"The PoCo Pulse" is a great suggestion for the new hike, this Port Coquitlam resident writes.