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OPINION: Changing advice added confusion, but I’m a proud AstraZeneca double-doser

OPINION: Changing advice added confusion, but I’m a proud AstraZeneca double-doser

British Columbians are now advised to get an mRNA vaccine for their second dose, but ‘bad-boy vaccine’ AstraZeneca has served its purpose
Opinion: B.C.'s pandemic response will be a model for the world

Opinion: B.C.'s pandemic response will be a model for the world

Federal election prospects stay strong for Liberals: poll

Federal election prospects stay strong for Liberals: poll

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s party maintains lead against Conservatives, NDP
Opinion: This Port Coquitlam community garden is one we can all be proud of

Opinion: This Port Coquitlam community garden is one we can all be proud of

It was an educational garden being used by teachers and students at Pitt River Middle School in Port Coquitlam for many years.
Opinion: Every government thinks it has the right answer on trades training

Opinion: Every government thinks it has the right answer on trades training

Opinion: Baby steps on the way back to normal

Opinion: Baby steps on the way back to normal

Getting back to normal after 17 months of varying pandemic restrictions amounts to a giant leap for most people.
Letter: 'Appalled' at Coquitlam Central mega-project planned

Letter: 'Appalled' at Coquitlam Central mega-project planned

50-storey towers not going over well with resident
Opinion: Report a damning look at how BC Liberals got 'hammered' in the election

Opinion: Report a damning look at how BC Liberals got 'hammered' in the election

The BC Liberal Party has released its post-mortem report on why it lost the provincial election so badly last fall and while it draws some obvious conclusions, it misses the bigger picture when it comes to the serious challenges the party faces as it
B.C. public continues to embrace lower residential speed limits, poll finds

B.C. public continues to embrace lower residential speed limits, poll finds

Support stays high for idea of reducing speeds to 30 km/h from 50 km/h on selected streets.
Opinion: No, sorry, being a COVID denier isn’t the same as being subjected to racism

Opinion: No, sorry, being a COVID denier isn’t the same as being subjected to racism

The people throwing the biggest pity party right now in Canada (other than John A. Macdonald stans) are anti-vaxxers and COVID-19 deniers moaning about how they can spew their misinformation without being criticized for it.