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Coun. O'Neill should get a grip over his Glen Park comments

The Editor, Re. "Letter writers 'get a grip'" (Letters, The Tri-City News, April 20). To Coquitlam residents who have been observing council meetings, it is of no surprise that Coun.

RADIA: Amalgamating the Tri-Cities makes dollars and sense

FACE TO FACE: Should the Tri-Cities examine amalgamating into one? T he contentious subject of amalgamation of the Tri-Cities pops up every couple of years.

Trees are a big part of nice Vancouver area neighbourhoods

The Editor, Re. "Tree loss anger 'eco-hysterics,' says O'Neill" (The Tri-City News, April 18).

NELSON: The bottom line of cities amalgamating isn't the financial bottom line

FACE TO FACE: Should the Tri-Cities examine amalgamating into one? I 'm against the amalgamation of the Tri-Cities.

EDITORIAL: Keep kids active and healthy

Parents are their own worst enemies when it comes to encouraging their children to be more active, according to research, and they obviously need help to get their kids moving.

O'Neill's 'get a grip' comments are 'arrogant'

The Editor, Re. "Tree loss anger 'eco-hysterics,' says O'Neill" (The Tri-City News, April 18).

Get a grip? Coquitlam councillor should 'get educated'

The Editor, Re. "Tree loss anger 'eco-hysterics,' says O'Neill" (The Tri-City News, April 18). Sadly, I think someone needs to explain to Coquitlam Coun. Terry O'Neill the difference between cutting a blade of grass and cutting down a tree.

EDITORIAL: Don't read too much into Port Moody-Coquitlam byelection

C ommentators of all stripes have proclaimed the byelections this Thursday in the Tri-Cities and in Chilliwack as bellwethers for next year's provincial general election.

Both columnists wrong about Cdn. Senate's role

The Editor: Re. "Should Canada's Senate be reformed or eliminated?" (Face to Face, The Tri-City News, April 13). Both Face to Face columnists Andy Radia and Jim Nelson think of the Senate in its current form as "proof-readers.

Better signs needed for Eagle Mt. hikers

The Editor, Re. "Lost hikers find way off mountain" (The Tri-City News, April 11). In June 2011, I lost the Lindsay Lake Loop Trail on Eagle Mountain for about 10 minutes while attempting to hike to "The Pulpit" lookout.