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Canadians open to expanding access to medically assisted death: poll

Canadians open to expanding access to medically assisted death: poll

Letter: We should build as many condos in Port Moody centre as possible

Letter: We should build as many condos in Port Moody centre as possible

It's time to accept Port Moody single-family homes are a 'relic from a bygone era,' argues letter-writer
Opinion: Don't look now, but COVID-19 is everywhere in B.C.

Opinion: Don't look now, but COVID-19 is everywhere in B.C.

Cases are piling up outside of Metro Vancouver
Western Canadians happy to throw out single-use-plastic habits: poll

Western Canadians happy to throw out single-use-plastic habits: poll

Moves to reduce reliance on hard-to-recycle plastics have broad support in B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, survey finds
9 ways you can get a DUI without being over the limit

9 ways you can get a DUI without being over the limit

There are many ways you can get an impaired driving charge despite having consumed no alcohol at all.
Community Comment: I’m an idiot for celebrating Christmas the way I did

Community Comment: I’m an idiot for celebrating Christmas the way I did

Here’s a hint – before you buy the plane ticket, think about this moment with a news crew confronting you. If you can’t justify it, don’t go
Biden victory restores some Canadian affection for U.S., poll finds

Biden victory restores some Canadian affection for U.S., poll finds

Positive views of our neighbours to the south dipped to a staggering low this summer. With Trump headed out this month, are we liking the U.S. more?
OPINION: This pro-Trump scumbag randomly punched a CBC photojournalist at a rally

OPINION: This pro-Trump scumbag randomly punched a CBC photojournalist at a rally

There's no room for this in Vancouver, or anywhere for that matter
Opinion: These COVID-19 care home deaths are a Coquitlam tragedy

Opinion: These COVID-19 care home deaths are a Coquitlam tragedy

Why are our care homes being hit so hard? That’s a question that’s being asked in provinces across Canada — but especially here in Coquitlam where a single care home has 20 COVID-19 related deaths
Letter: COVID-19 turning Coquitlam into big government at expense of private sector

Letter: COVID-19 turning Coquitlam into big government at expense of private sector

'While there is no dispute that our local government is coming out stronger on the other side of this crisis, the private sector has become weaker. And that trend should make us all nervous.'