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Keith Baldrey: January puts extra pressure on B.C. health care

Keith Baldrey: January puts extra pressure on B.C. health care

Resources being reallocated to meet demand as wave of illnesses, surgeries, missed shifts stretch the system.
Letter: Lessons learned on Tri-Cities winter etiquette

Letter: Lessons learned on Tri-Cities winter etiquette

Writer believes residents should make the effort to look out for each other during heavy snowfalls — both in their neighbourhood and out on the road.
Jack Knox: Resolutions: If at first you don't succeed, why keep trying?

Jack Knox: Resolutions: If at first you don't succeed, why keep trying?

Most of us have a tough time sticking to our resolutions for a new year, from losing weight to being a better human.
Survey: British Columbians struggling to recover financial health in wake of pandemic

Survey: British Columbians struggling to recover financial health in wake of pandemic

A significant proportion of residents are struggling to make ends meet in British Columbia.
Letter: Traffic calming isn't working on Spring Street in Port Moody

Letter: Traffic calming isn't working on Spring Street in Port Moody

We fear now that a young person's life will be taken through driver criminal negligence along the danger zone of Spring Street, writes Port Moody resident Sharon Cooper in a letter to the editor.
Keith Baldrey: BC NDP spending spree in the forecast for 2023

Keith Baldrey: BC NDP spending spree in the forecast for 2023

With surplus cash burning a hole in the government’s pocket, look for plenty of rebates and one-time grants.
Opinion: For clear answers to complex problems, consider engaging in a chat with Chat

Opinion: For clear answers to complex problems, consider engaging in a chat with Chat

2023, meet ChatGPT.
Jack Knox: Happy New Year, but watch that drunk-driving U-turn

Jack Knox: Happy New Year, but watch that drunk-driving U-turn

Survey finds number of Canadians who admit to drinking and driving has increased
Jack Knox: Money in, money out: What you’ll see in 2023

Jack Knox: Money in, money out: What you’ll see in 2023

Here are a few of the changes to rules, taxes, rates and fees that might affect you in 2023, from ICBC to the new B.C. Family Benefit.
Letter: Community healthcare workers deserve better, local union president says

Letter: Community healthcare workers deserve better, local union president says

The ongoing crisis in our hospital facilities is a consequence of the chronic underfunding of the vital community healthcare sector, writes Dylan Webb.
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