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Give Shakespeare a try - live - on spring break

The Editor, Re. "Never too young to read Shakespeare" (A Good Read, The Tri-City News, Feb. 2). I read with interest librarian Lori Nick's column about reading Shakespeare to her daughter.

'Dr. G has left the building'

The Editor, I have carried a quote around in my wallet for the last 26 years that reads, "Do what you love and you'll never work a day in your life.

Port Moody councillors were out of line

The Editor Re. "PoMo turns down housing" (The Tri-City News, Jan. 28). As one of the residents of Heritage Woods who spoke at the public hearing on Jan.

NELSON: U.S. border tactics here? No thanks

FACE TO FACE: Should Canada negotiate with the U.S. on border security? According to a recently leaked document, Prime Minister Stephen Harper's government is secretly negotiating, with the U.S., a "perimeter security agreement.

O'NEILL: Consistent border security would help us all

FACE TO FACE: Should Canada negotiate with the U.S.

A new lease on life, indeed, with transplant

The Editor, Re. "A new lease on life with a donation" (The Tri-City News, Feb. 2).

COLUMN: Is there something to Amy Chua's 'tiger mom' approach?

She said the S-word - strict - and now parents all over North America are sending her nasty emails. And that's not all.

Bear education in PoCo? What education?

The Editor, Re. "Bear sightings increase in 2010, says PoCo report" (The Tri-City News, Jan. 25).

EDITORIAL: All shook up?

Last Wednesday, tens of thousands of British Columbians, including Tri-City residents, students and workers took cover in The Great British Columbia ShakeOut, the largest earthquake drill in Canadian history. When the clock struck 10 a.m. Jan.

Not chicken coops but homes

The Editor, Re: What's with Burke development? Letters: The Tri-City News, Jan. 26) May I remind Ms. Geveke that just a few years ago when she travelled south along Coast Meridian from her lofty perch at the top of the hill there was no view of Mt.