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Rob Shaw: B.C. cuts deal with Meta, leaving local media in the dust amid wildfires

Rob Shaw: B.C. cuts deal with Meta, leaving local media in the dust amid wildfires

Premier David Eby's standoff with Facebook over local news access amid wildfires reveals a controversial deal that may impact public safety in British Columbia
Les Leyne: Tired of arguing, NDP cuts off debate on bill that reduces power of lawyers

Les Leyne: Tired of arguing, NDP cuts off debate on bill that reduces power of lawyers

The NDP have unilaterally declared debates over multiple times in the past few years.
Letter: Should Coquitlam sue big oil to address climate change costs?

Letter: Should Coquitlam sue big oil to address climate change costs?

Joining the lawsuit, if successful, could provide Coquitlam with resources and funds to prepare for future natural disasters, this letter writer claims.
Rob Shaw: A Gordon Campbell intervention could re-shape B.C.'s fall election

Rob Shaw: A Gordon Campbell intervention could re-shape B.C.'s fall election

Political tensions rise in British Columbia as efforts to forge unity among Conservatives and BC United intensify ahead of the provincial election
Letter: Canucks fans, let's cherish every moment of these playoffs

Letter: Canucks fans, let's cherish every moment of these playoffs

The Vancouver Canucks current playoff run is helping a New Westminster resident reminisce about his hockey-playing days.
Letter: How I think Port Moody could make good use of its mud flats

Letter: How I think Port Moody could make good use of its mud flats

"Big money and a lot of time," as well as public support, can turn the mud flats into an outdoor community hub, this letter writer believes.
Opinion: Food inflation is changing consumer habits—could it change votes?

Opinion: Food inflation is changing consumer habits—could it change votes?

Shifting diets and budget shopping strategies the new norm as Canadians cope with high food prices
Baldrey: The B.C. Conservative Party and its 'potential weaknesses'

Baldrey: The B.C. Conservative Party and its 'potential weaknesses'

Why columnist Keith Baldrey believes other B.C. political parties may be quick to jump and exploit on Conservative stances from its current representatives.
Rob Shaw: Public deserves answers after B.C. government cyberattack

Rob Shaw: Public deserves answers after B.C. government cyberattack

Potential for foreign interference in upcoming election a growing concern as province remains tight-lipped
Opinion: Kingmaker Kevin Falcon? B.C.'s fall election shaping up for some major twists

Opinion: Kingmaker Kevin Falcon? B.C.'s fall election shaping up for some major twists

B.C. political landscape shifts as Conservatives gain ground in latest polls