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Letter: Halt in Canada’s population growth a Christmas miracle

Letter: Halt in Canada’s population growth a Christmas miracle

The Editor, Re: 'Baby bust’: Canada’s population growth drops to lowest levels since 1946
SCIENCE MATTERS: Language shapes our relationship with nature

SCIENCE MATTERS: Language shapes our relationship with nature

As natural environments and geographies shape language, so too does language shape the way we see nature and, subsequently, the impacts we have on the lands and waters that surround us.
Opinion: U.K. variant of COVID-19 is in B.C. Now what?

Opinion: U.K. variant of COVID-19 is in B.C. Now what?

Don't expect the health order to be lifted in January
OPINION: 'Big fan' of vaccines, Rich Coleman apologizes for 'dumb' COVID-19 joke

OPINION: 'Big fan' of vaccines, Rich Coleman apologizes for 'dumb' COVID-19 joke

Former Deputy Premier and BC Liberal MLA for Langley East, Rich Coleman tries COVID-19 comedy, fails, and apologizes
PREST: Trendwatch 2020! The year we stopped wearing pants

PREST: Trendwatch 2020! The year we stopped wearing pants

Hot this year: screaming into the void. Out this year: showers.
B.C. residents support seizing cellphones of distracted drivers: poll

B.C. residents support seizing cellphones of distracted drivers: poll

More than half of British Columbians say they have recently witnessed a driver talking on a hand-held cellphone or texting while driving
Politics is a key influencer in North American immigration views

Politics is a key influencer in North American immigration views

More than two in five Canadians (43%) think the number of immigrants who are allowed to relocate in Canada should remain the same.
Opinion: B.C. in danger from those with 'vaccine hesitancy'

Opinion: B.C. in danger from those with 'vaccine hesitancy'

A large number of people don't plan on getting vaccinated
Letter: I grew up on food banks and they won't solve hunger in B.C.

Letter: I grew up on food banks and they won't solve hunger in B.C.

'The greatest way to eliminate food insecurity is not to give more money to local food banks, but to put more money in people's hands so they can afford the necessities of life.'
Letter: If Coquitlam can't house homeless during a pandemic, will it ever?

Letter: If Coquitlam can't house homeless during a pandemic, will it ever?

'This year, at a time when governments are going out of their way to look out for ordinary citizens affected by the pandemic, the homeless are being left out in the cold to fend for themselves.'