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Opinion: Ill-timed Tofino holiday augurs early retirement for Trudeau

Opinion: Ill-timed Tofino holiday augurs early retirement for Trudeau

The PM vacationed with his family in Tofino on Sept. 30, the first-ever National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
Opinion: Get a second source, different perspective when seeking information

Opinion: Get a second source, different perspective when seeking information

Putting a few search terms into Google might be more work, 'but it's worth it.'
Opinion: Our job is to report the truth — democracy depends on it

Opinion: Our job is to report the truth — democracy depends on it

This National Newspaper Week, it's important to Champion The Truth.
Opinion: Champion the truth by supporting your local newspaper

Opinion: Champion the truth by supporting your local newspaper

National Newspaper Week runs from Oct. 3 to 9.
Opinion: B.C. COVID-19 policies for schools changing on the fly

Opinion: B.C. COVID-19 policies for schools changing on the fly

Expect more changes soon
Majority of Canadians support provincial vaccine passport plans: poll

Majority of Canadians support provincial vaccine passport plans: poll

Views on planning, pace and procurement of vaccines by provincial and federal government show little of the pessimism seen earlier this year, survey suggests.
Don’t bet on party leaders losing their jobs any time soon, poll suggests

Don’t bet on party leaders losing their jobs any time soon, poll suggests

Challenges remain but Trudeau, O’Toole still enjoy support of crucial segments of the electorate.
COLUMN:  kʷikʷəƛ̓əm leaders call on you to learn about National Truth and Reconciliation Day

COLUMN: kʷikʷəƛ̓əm leaders call on you to learn about National Truth and Reconciliation Day

Canada has created a new federal statutory holiday on Sept. 30 called The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
Editorial: B.C. must become more transparent about COVID-19. Now

Editorial: B.C. must become more transparent about COVID-19. Now

Public trust depends on the government being transparent about what's going on
Letter: Will Port Moody's city officials listen to residents' preference for moderate growth?

Letter: Will Port Moody's city officials listen to residents' preference for moderate growth?

A survey of Port Moody residents indicates a majority favour a more moderate pace of growth. But a letter writer wonders if city officials will listen as they move forward on amendments to the official community plan.