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Letter: ‘Thank you for saving our dad’s life’

Letter: ‘Thank you for saving our dad’s life’

Family of blind senior hit by tow truck in North Vancouver grateful for all those who came to the rescue
PREST: Planning for the apocalypse sure takes a lot of toilet paper

PREST: Planning for the apocalypse sure takes a lot of toilet paper

Until recently, it had never occurred to me that when you are staring down the barrel of an apocalypse, the most important thing you need to do is secure massive quantities of toilet paper.
Letter: West Point Grey gym owner favours split assessment

Letter: West Point Grey gym owner favours split assessment

Re: “West Point Grey businesses struggle amid continued rent hikes, taxes and uncertainty,” Feb. 26. I have had a gym up in Point Grey Village for the past three years and was forwarded your article by a number of my clients.
Letter: Despite vacant storefronts, many West Point Grey businesses still thriving

Letter: Despite vacant storefronts, many West Point Grey businesses still thriving

Re: “ West Point Grey businesses struggle amid continued rent hikes, taxes and uncertainty,” Feb. 26. I read your article with great interest as I am involved in a West Point Grey business and live in the neighbourhood.
Sellers using COVID-19 fears to resell toilet paper and hand sanitizer on Craiglist Vancouver

Sellers using COVID-19 fears to resell toilet paper and hand sanitizer on Craiglist Vancouver

Or, why the human race is headed straight to hell
Will homelessness go up or down this year in Vancouver?

Will homelessness go up or down this year in Vancouver?

Volunteers across city and region counting homeless people this week
Letter: Don’t let developers plan Vancouver’s waterfront

Letter: Don’t let developers plan Vancouver’s waterfront

Re: “Waterfront Station 26-storey tower proposal remains divisive,” Feb. 27.
Opinion: COVID-19 panic is (sadly) spreading faster than the virus

Opinion: COVID-19 panic is (sadly) spreading faster than the virus

The spread of COVID-19 around the world and the few new cases in Canada and B.C. have created an epidemic of anxiety. Though I have not seen any suspected cases in my office, I have treated many patients with overwhelming anxiety related to the news.
OPINION: Too much talk, not enough action as Vancouver schools fill to capacity

OPINION: Too much talk, not enough action as Vancouver schools fill to capacity

Hundreds of families in Vancouver are scrambling this month, after their kindergarten-aged children didn’t get into their neighbourhood schools.
OPINION: This fractured land is in dire need of federal political leadership

OPINION: This fractured land is in dire need of federal political leadership

We haven’t asked our first ministers to put on the Big Boy Pants for some time. They’ve been able to be children. Now it is time.