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EDITORIAL: Pantsuit on fire: BC Liberals and the truth about Evergreen

Premier Christy Clark is quickly expending her stock of credibility in her take-no-prisoners approach to the byelection battle in Port Moody-Coquitlam.

In a democracy, people pay for the greater good

The Editor, Re. "Drivers just keep paying for others to ride transit" (Letters, The Tri-City News, March 23).

Port Moody driver tired of paying for others to take transit

The Editor, Re. "Mayors seek car levy" (The Tri-City News, March 21.) I don't know about you, but I am getting awfully tired of being told that because I am lucky enough to have a car, I should be punished for it. Did that sound harsh? It shouldn't.

NELSON: Christy Clark & co. are bad but don't vote Conservative

FACE TO FACE: They agree Christy Clark has been bad - but who's better? From my considerably right-wing colleague to the most doctrinaire of socialists, most British Columbians agree that our BC Liberal government has got to go.

RADIA: Christy Clark has been bad, time to give Conservatives a try

FACE TO FACE: They agree Christy Clark has been bad - but who's better? For once, my colleague opposite and I agree on a political matter. We both believe Christy Clark has been a disaster as B.C.'s premier.

Don't get hung up on Canada's French history

The Editor, Re. " Canadians ignore their history at their peril" (Letters, The Tri-City News, March 14). "Bilingualism is a national memory" Mr. Dyrkton states in his letter, and I agree. It should be a memory.

EDITORIAL: Can Coquitlam stop losing money on pay parking?

Is Coquitlam council throwing good money - taxpayers' money totalling in the tens of thousands of dollars - after bad with the city's latest plan for paid parking in Town Centre ? While that won't be fully determined until the Evergreen Line is runni

EDITORIAL: Fisheries protection takes a step back

The alarm has been raised that the federal government is about to turn the clock back on fisheries protection by about 35 years.

RADIA: Sell naming rights to lots of public facilities

FACE TO FACE: What's in a name - and $40 million - for a stadium? Iam flabbergasted that Premier Christy Clark's BC Liberals have turned down a $35-million offer by Telus to put its moniker on BC Place.

NELSON: Province should take Telus money for BC Place

FACE TO FACE: What's in a name - and $40 million - for a stadium? Naming public facilities after corporate donors is crass.