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Pot thought

Pot thought

The Editor, Regarding your Aug. 1 editorial, not only should medical marijuana be made available to patients in need, but adult recreational use should be regulated.
Master plan for ERH "great"

Master plan for ERH "great"

The Editor, Wow! The news from the latest update meeting on the master concept plan being developed for Eagle Ridge Hospital through the partnership of Fraser Health Authority and the Eagle Ridge Hospital Foundation is, to say the least, good - perha
EDITORIAL: Olympians do well

EDITORIAL: Olympians do well

Remarkably, the Tri-Cities was represented by no fewer than six athletes at the recent 2012 London Olympics. More incredibly, three of those went on to win medals.
RADIA: P3s are a valuable and necessary tool for government

RADIA: P3s are a valuable and necessary tool for government

FACE TO FACE: Are P3s a good way to build public infrastructure projects? L ast month, the federal government and the city of Coquitlam announced a public-private partnership to build an extra Evergreen Line station.
Cyclists, stick to your lanes, please

Cyclists, stick to your lanes, please

The Editor, A recent letter to the editor about bicycles has prompted me to add my opinion. While cycling is a great, healthy sport, I think it's time cyclists learned to ride within the dedicated cycle lanes.
NELSON: P3s are good.. for hiding government debt

NELSON: P3s are good.. for hiding government debt

FACE TO FACE: Are P3s a good way to build public infrastructure projects? W hen we need a new bridge or hospital, it sounds comforting to know that it will be built through a public-private partnership, or P3 .
Who gets to decide about change - merchant or consumer?

Who gets to decide about change - merchant or consumer?

The Editor, I've noticed a growing trend when paying with cash: In three cases, I was intentionally short-changed.
Human litter hurts, say Canada geese

Human litter hurts, say Canada geese

The Editor, Re. "What a load of goose crap at park" (Letters, The Tri-City News, Aug. 8).
Thanks for help, Patricia Avenue people

Thanks for help, Patricia Avenue people

The Editor, After injuring my foot during a run on Patricia Avenue in Port Coquitlam, a very kind lady came out of her house and offered me a ride.
Port Mann Bridge tolls will be way too high

Port Mann Bridge tolls will be way too high

The Editor, I have written to so many elected officials and 99% have neglected to even respond. So, I thought I might just send a note your way. My dilemma is that the tolls on the Port Mann Bridge are going to cost me a fortune.