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Monique Keiran: Damaging moth with Tina Turner hairdo unwelcome in B.C.

Monique Keiran: Damaging moth with Tina Turner hairdo unwelcome in B.C.

The B.C. Ministry of Forests is planning to spray more than 650 hectares with a biological insecticide called Foray 48B to eradicate spongy moths
Geoff Johnson: Studying the humanities helps foster skills that are increasingly needed

Geoff Johnson: Studying the humanities helps foster skills that are increasingly needed

The employment market of the near future will demand fewer hard skills, since technical tasks can be automated, and more people who can put information into a human context.
BBB: Romance or risk? How to avoid scams as a 'sugar baby'

BBB: Romance or risk? How to avoid scams as a 'sugar baby'

Valentine's Day has come and gone, but love scams can pop up at any time.
Comment: Dentists need to ensure their businesses are viable

Comment: Dentists need to ensure their businesses are viable

A government dental benefit plan that doesn’t pay 100 per cent of a dentist’s fees makes it difficult to run a profitable practice.
Rob Shaw: BC United, NDP present clashing visions for solving housing crisis

Rob Shaw: BC United, NDP present clashing visions for solving housing crisis

B.C.'s political parties at odds over handling the housing crisis as they unveil plans this past week
Comment: Base drug policies on evidence, not on ignorance

Comment: Base drug policies on evidence, not on ignorance

Evaluations show predominantly positive outcomes of SAFER supply, but more data are needed to both improve programming and avoid unwanted outcomes.
Greg Perry cartoon: Bad news

Greg Perry cartoon: Bad news

Adrian Raeside cartoon: What to do with that land

Adrian Raeside cartoon: What to do with that land

Comment: Forest Service needs to include ecological stewardship

Comment: Forest Service needs to include ecological stewardship

Politicians offer up flavour-of-the-month, appeasing initiatives, which are bound to fizzle and fail because their requirement is not rooted in law.
Letter: Our governments are doing too much — and not well

Letter: Our governments are doing too much — and not well

Taxes and/or government debt continue to rise to historic levels due to massive spending by all three levels of government in areas they are not constitutionally responsible for, the Port Coquitlam letter writer states.