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NELSON: There are ways to save money other than raising pension age

FACE TO FACE: Should the feds raise Canadians' pension eligibility to 67 years? OK. We get the Canada pension math. Pensions will cost Canada more in the future.

ATV does not belong on a school field

The Editor, Why does a skiff of snow invite so many to hop on their ATVs and snowmobiles, and tear around the streets and school yards? I was enjoying the last snowfall with my daughters by tobogganing down the hill at Montgomery middle school, along

BCPSEA offers 'correction' on Bill 28 ruling

The Editor, Re. "Labour disputes are the law of the land," (Letters, The Tri-City News, Feb. 8). The comments of Jim Watson in his letter to the editor are patently false and require correction. Mr.

RADIA: Moving Canada's pension age to 67 is necessary

FACE TO FACE: Should the feds raise Canadians' pension eligibility to 67 years? Prime Minister Stephen Harper sure did cause a big stir last week when he hinted that his government might raise the eligibility for Old Age Security to 67.

EDITORIAL: Eyes were opened by Brar's welfare experiment

Thin, visibly strained but impassioned, Surrey-Fleetwood NDP MLA Jagrup Brar ended his month-long experiment to live on welfare a changed man, so he says.

COLUMN: Coquitlam Mountie explains traffic strategy

Recently, a few Tri-City residents have expressed their frustration at witnessing fellow road users breaking the law and getting away with it.

Smart cards & fare gates won't stop transit cheats

The Editor, Re. "TransLink should find efficiencies" (Letters, The Tri-City News, Feb. 1). Letter writer Nevin Blumer has his heart in the right place but... Fare gates and smart cards do not prevent those transit users who want to cheat.

Raeside cartoon has it wrong; B.C. teachers are not millionaires

The Editor, Re. Adrian Raeside cartoon, The Tri-City News, Jan. 27.

EDITORIAL: Premier should pay attention to B.C. teachers dispute

Premier Christy Clark has been in the Tri-Cities so often in recent weeks , she might as well take up residence again.

Labour disputes are the law of the land

The Editor, Re. "Time to intervene in teacher talks: SD43 board chair" (tricitynews.com). School District 43 board chair Melissa Hyndes ' suggestion that it's time for intervention in the B.C.