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EDITORIAL: Will PoCo's bully bylaw work?

EDITORIAL: Will PoCo's bully bylaw work?

On Dec. 10, Port Coquitlam city council will consider a bylaw that would make it illegal for people in a public place or online to make objectionable, intimidating or humiliating comments causing physical or emotional distress.
RADIA: There's more to leading Canada than having great hair

RADIA: There's more to leading Canada than having great hair

FACE TO FACE: Would Justin Trudeau make a good Liberal leader - or PM? F ull disclosure before I start this week's column: I am extremely jealous of Justin Trudeau 's hair.
COLUMN: Spend money helping kids before it's too late

COLUMN: Spend money helping kids before it's too late

T he latest report from Children and Youth Representative Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond is aptly titled "Trauma, Turmoil and Tragedy.
News 'churlish' for criticizing Reimer and Robinson

News 'churlish' for criticizing Reimer and Robinson

The Editor, Re. "Ambition beats commitment" (Opinion, The Tri-City News, Nov. 27).
NELSON: Trudeau has a pretty package and a strong message

NELSON: Trudeau has a pretty package and a strong message

FACE TO FACE: Would Justin Trudeau make a good Liberal leader - or PM? T his year's political smash hit may well be Trudeaumania II, starring Justin Trudeau as the virile new Liberal leader.
Fletcher the wrong man for the job of questioning Enbridge VP

Fletcher the wrong man for the job of questioning Enbridge VP

The Editor, Re. "Enbridge VP makes pitch" (The Tri-City News, Nov. 23). It was quite a disappointment to see that Tom Fletcher was given the task of interviewing Janet Holder, a vice-president at Enbridge. Given Mr.
EDITORIAL: Political ambition beats commitment in Coquitlam

EDITORIAL: Political ambition beats commitment in Coquitlam

One year ago, Selina Robinson and Linda Reimer asked for your vote. Next spring, they'll ask for your vote again. Your money, too. Robinson and Reimer are Coquitlam city councillors. Each announced her plan to run for council in October 2011.
Just say, 'Merry Christmas'

Just say, 'Merry Christmas'

The Editor, My spiritual beliefs transcend the boundaries of any one religion but I've always celebrated Christmas .
NELSON: Pay parking in Coquitlam lost money before and will again

NELSON: Pay parking in Coquitlam lost money before and will again

FACE TO FACE: Should Coquitlam and Port Moody have pay parking? W e seem to think of pay parking as an inevitable part of cosmopolitan living - but it doesn't have to be.
EDITORIAL: Toasting B.C.'s drunk driving laws

EDITORIAL: Toasting B.C.'s drunk driving laws

The stats are in and they are worth toasting: 104 deaths have been averted by B.C.