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RADIA: Premier Clark is no homophobe

FACE TO FACE: Should Christy Clark have marched in Vancouver Pride Parade? P remier Christy Clark is under fire for not participating in last weekend's Pride Parade in downtown Vancouver.

NELSON: Clark played to political base at Pride Parade

FACE TO FACE: Should Christy Clark have marched in Vancouver Pride Parade? P remier Christy Clark should have marched in Vancouver's Pride Parade last Sunday.

Cost vs. value in B.C. pipeline debate

The Editor, Re. "Desperate and unreasonable" (Face to Face, The Tri-City News, Aug. 3). I have just read the arguments about B.C.

What a load of garbage on Coquitlam streets

The Editor, Occasionally, to add purpose to my walk through our neighbourhood, I take with me tools to pick up garbage dropped on the street.

What a load of goose crap at Rocky Point Park

The Editor, We again went for a walk late this afternoon/early evening at Rocky Point Park in Port Moody. We were disgusted! The goose crap all over the sidewalks was unreal - the worst we have seen.

'Stay away from bears or they'll die'

The Editor, Re. "Bears trapped inside fence get CO escort" (The Tri-City News, Aug. 1). I am a frequent and regular walker on Oliver Road in northeast Coquitlam near the blueberry farms on the way to the dikes.

NELSON: Clark draws a line in the oil sands

FACE TO FACE: Is Premier Christy Clark's pipeline stance the right strategy? E veryone is lathered that Premier Christy Clark's position on the Enbridge pipeline is unconstitutional. The media is piling on daily.

RADIA: Clark's pipeline stance is 'desperate and unreasonable'

FACE TO FACE: Is Premier Christy Clark's pipeline stance the right strategy? L ast month, Premier Christy Clark outlined the BC Liberal government's five "minimum requirements" for the Enbridge pipeline project.

No proof publicizing voters' names will attract more voters

The Editor, Re. "Should lists of voters be published after an election?" (Face to Face, The Tri-City News, July 27). Surely, there are more pressing needs before Coquitlam city council than taking time to consider the motion being put forth by Coun.

Port Moody, Coquitlam & Burnaby should team up on Burquitlam library

The Editor, Re. "Library before park project" (The Tri-City News, July 27). As a resident of the west side of Port Moody, the nearest public library to my home is Burnaby Public Library's Cameron Street branch, near Lougheed Town Centre.
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