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RADIA: No arts or rec programs in my city, too expensive

I magine that you were responsible for organizing the government of a brand new city. What services would your government provide? Our little debate this week isn't just a pie the ski scenario - it has some real life real-life linkages.

EDITORIAL: Share costs of transportation

It's not quite BOGO and there are no Air Miles attached but there are plenty of other incentives for signing up with the province's new Port Mann Bridge toll program.

NELSON: 2,500 scientists agree on climate change

FACE TO FACE: Is the jury really out on whether climate change is man-made? T here were times this summer when I thought I didn't need science to tell me global warming is real: sweating in my seat at Theatre Under the Stars, watching the frightening

RADIA: There's room for skeptics' doubts in climate change debate

FACE TO FACE: Is the jury really out on whether climate change is man-made? W e've just had one the hottest summers on record and already environmentalists are using that information as ammunition against cars, oil and anything that leads to economic

EDITORIAL: What's for sale in School District 43?

School District 43 is embarking on an ambitious plan to sell off land assets to raise money for new schools.

COLUMN: From Coquitlam to Kathmandu

Tanya Lee, 26, grew up in Coquitlam, where she attended Hillcrest middle school and Centennial secondary, and where her family still lives.

EDITORIAL: There are always reasons to take part in Terry Fox Run

After 31 years and millions of dollars raised, you might think the Terry Fox Run would have run out of steam.

RADIA: Metro Vancouver transit users should pay their share

FACE TO FACE: Here's a crazy idea: free transit. Would that work? L ike a true socialist, my colleague opposite is always on the lookout for a free ride.

NELSON: Get people out of their vehicles and onto transit

FACE TO FACE: Here's a crazy idea: free transit. Would that work? M etro Vancouver should consider moving toward a free public transit system. I know, I know, it sounds way too Scandinavian.

EDITORIAL: Big changes for Tri-City drivers

Hang in there. That's what Port Mann Highway 1 project officials are asking drivers to do in the coming weeks as key components of the Cape Horn interchange and bridge approach are put into place.