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Les Leyne: Province's mental health crisis is getting worse

Les Leyne: Province's mental health crisis is getting worse

Senior police officers talk to B.C. legislature committee
Opinion: COVID-19 made B.C.'s toxic drug crisis even worse

Opinion: COVID-19 made B.C.'s toxic drug crisis even worse

This crisis doesn't get as much attention as it should
Public approval rises for federal handling of pandemic: poll

Public approval rises for federal handling of pandemic: poll

This month, almost two-thirds of Canadians think the worst of COVID-19 is behind us, up 17 points since September.
Letter: 'There's a time and a place' to peacefully protest — not during Remembrance Day ceremonies

Letter: 'There's a time and a place' to peacefully protest — not during Remembrance Day ceremonies

The writer refers to a pair of B.C. Nov. 11 ceremonies disrupted by people opposed to public health measures and vaccinations against COVID-19.
Letter: Solution to roadside parking in suburban Tri-City neighbourhoods? Start by taking it away

Letter: Solution to roadside parking in suburban Tri-City neighbourhoods? Start by taking it away

Writer believes as the region is expected to see population growth in the years to come, municipalities still have time to fix an ongoing problem by providing car-sharing options.
Canadians watching their language more carefully, poll finds

Canadians watching their language more carefully, poll finds

Since 2019, more people are making efforts to avoid swearing around others.
Letter: You put garbage in your body, but not a safe COVID-19 vaccine?

Letter: You put garbage in your body, but not a safe COVID-19 vaccine?

"The life you save could very well be your own."
Opinion: B.C. should start billing unvaccinated COVID-19 patients

Opinion: B.C. should start billing unvaccinated COVID-19 patients

Singapore has a very, very good idea
Letter: Community not consulted on changes to B.C. autism funding

Letter: Community not consulted on changes to B.C. autism funding

A parent speaks out
Concern over crime remains a major issue in B.C. municipalities

Concern over crime remains a major issue in B.C. municipalities

Almost half of British Columbians feel the level of criminal activity in their community has increased over the past four years