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Proposed smaller Port Moody fire hall not big enough to do the job: union

The Editor, Re. "Scaled-down PoMo fire hall expected to be approved" (The Tri-City News, June 24).

EDITORIAL: Get informed, get involved

Tri-City residents who care about their community have plenty of ways to show it. These days, it's not enough to simply pay your taxes, you have to get involved if you want your community to remain liveable.

O'NEILL: Vancouver's response was a travesty

FACE TO FACE: Did VPD do its job well during the Stanley Cup riot in Vancouver? Igrew up in Brandon, Manitoba, where the seven-month winter was often cold enough to freeze one's tonsils - or, at least, the tip of one's tongue to a metal railing (as I

NELSON: VPD deserves our applause

FACE TO FACE: Did VPD do its job well during the Stanley Cup riot in Vancouver? My reactionary colleague often suggests my response to political crises is to sit around singing "Kumbaya" (conservatives consider this their cleverest and most incisive

EDITORIAL: Council grandstanding should stop

Is Coquitlam a rogue council fighting for citizens' rights or a Don Quixote tilting at windmills over its recent dust-up with Metro Vancouver over the Regional Growth Strategy.

COLUMN: Teach? Her? Not on your life...

HONG KONG Ihave always proclaimed that I will never be a teacher. There are just too many of this species in my own family and I have never taken to the idea of working long, long hours with limited compensation.

Bear didn't deserve to suffer

The Editor, Re. "Bow hunter got bear" (The Tri-City News, June 15).

Why hunt here?

The Editor, Re. "Bow hunter got bear" (The Tri-City News, June 15).

EDITORIAL: It's time for real justice and payback

It's pay-back time and the perpetrators of last week's post-Stanley Cup mob violence should be dealt with immediately and appropriately.

Thanks for the coffee and donuts

The Editor, Thank you to everyone who came out to support the Rotary Club of Port Moody Shred-a-Thon.