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Public approval of Trudeau’s job performance rises, poll finds

Public approval of Trudeau’s job performance rises, poll finds

Trudeau’s approval rating is highest among women (58%), Canadians aged 18 to 34 (63%), Atlantic Canadians (60%) and Ontarians (59%).
Letter: Got hammered by COVID-19? Too bad — B.C. recovery benefit based on 2019 taxes

Letter: Got hammered by COVID-19? Too bad — B.C. recovery benefit based on 2019 taxes

'So much for considering the real-time concerns and financial stresses of the pandemic here in 2020'
Opinion: TransLink just launched an insulting pedestrian safety video

Opinion: TransLink just launched an insulting pedestrian safety video

TransLink is telling people to wear bright clothing and dress warm
Opinion: 'Loopholers' need to stop trying to skirt B.C. COVID-19 rules

Opinion: 'Loopholers' need to stop trying to skirt B.C. COVID-19 rules

There is worry the post-Christmas period will see a surge in cases
Letter: Why dog poop bags are piling up in Port Coquitlam parks

Letter: Why dog poop bags are piling up in Port Coquitlam parks

How to avoid the doggy doo problem? Be sensible, says letter writer
Les Leyne: Here comes the vaccine. Luckily, Canadians are good at lineups

Les Leyne: Here comes the vaccine. Luckily, Canadians are good at lineups

Medical science looks ready to accomplish what behavioural engineering couldn’t do — stop COVID-19 in its tracks.
PREST: This COVID Christmas comes with some silver linings

PREST: This COVID Christmas comes with some silver linings

Sadly there's no carolling this year, but on the plus side now we don't have to go carolling
Opinion: Premier surprises all with choice for education minister

Opinion: Premier surprises all with choice for education minister

Rookie New Westminster MLA Jennifer Whiteside is B.C.'s new education minister
Letter: Don't let COVID-19 stop you from helping a Coquitlam senior at the grocery store

Letter: Don't let COVID-19 stop you from helping a Coquitlam senior at the grocery store

A little empathy will keep your spirits up, says letter writer
Letter: I skipped class to protest COVID-19 safety in B.C. schools

Letter: I skipped class to protest COVID-19 safety in B.C. schools

"I don't like wearing my mask but it's for the safety of me, my friends, my parents, my teachers and other people in my community"