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Unknown shovellers are her snow angels

Unknown shovellers are her snow angels

The Editor, Thank you to the "angels" who cleared the snow from the front and side of my house as well as my neighbour's. You have no idea what a stress reliever that was. I would never have been able to do that. You are loved.
Will there be enough riders on Evergreen Line

Will there be enough riders on Evergreen Line

The Editor, Re. "Mayors demand audit of TransLink" (The Tri-City News, Jan. 20).
Yet another Gatensbury crash

Yet another Gatensbury crash

The Editor, Last Saturday at approximately 11:45 a.m., yet another vehicle violently left the road on the upper section of Gatensbury Road, damaging the property at 1009 Gatensbury.
HOLOTA: Discarding digital to chop wood and 'talk'

HOLOTA: Discarding digital to chop wood and 'talk'

Teenagers can live without telephones, television, texting, Facebook and internet access. Heresy, cry the youth! Impossible, proclaim the parents! 'Tis true, say I. I have seen it with mine own eyes - for five consecutive days, no less.
EDITORIAL: Dirty, deadly work

EDITORIAL: Dirty, deadly work

Once again, B.C. Conservation Officers are being criticized for doing the dirty work created by garbage scofflaws who refuse to clean up their act.
RADIA: Too high a price for 'our' royals

RADIA: Too high a price for 'our' royals

Iapplaud the federal Liberals for having the guts to debate the merits of the monarchy at their national convention in Ottawa this past weekend.
Roads fine, not Canada Posties

Roads fine, not Canada Posties

The Editor, City of Coquitlam crews have done a great job of plowing our road this week, which has been bare and clear much of the time. But we've not received a speck of mail delivery from Canada Post and neither have the rest of our neighbours.
NELSON: A small price to pay for tradition

NELSON: A small price to pay for tradition

Ilike the Queen. I like the Canadian coat of arms. I like that we call things "Crown" land and "Crown" prosecutors, the "Queen's" Printer and the "Royal Canadian" this and that.
EDITORIAL: Take a hike?

EDITORIAL: Take a hike?

Thank goodness for Martin Crilly, TransLink's independent regulator. He may be a bean counter but he's the only thing that stands between transit users and fare hikes planned for 2013.
Turn down the pipeline

Turn down the pipeline

The Editor Re. "Welcome to the anthropocene? And what is it?" (Green Scene, The Tri-City News, Jan. 13). Elaine Golds' column was timely as hearings commenced in northwestern B.C. on the proposed Northern Gateway oil pipeline.