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Many Vancouver elementary schools ditching letter grades

Many Vancouver elementary schools ditching letter grades

Other changes include formal written report cards reduced from three to two per year
PREST: What are we left with 10 years after Vancouver Olympics?

PREST: What are we left with 10 years after Vancouver Olympics?

It was 10 years ago – Feb. 12, 2010 – that the opening ceremonies of the Vancouver Olympic Games were held. Remember that? Remember Wayne Gretzky riding in the back of the ceremonial pickup truck? That was weird.
OPINION: Dust far from settled in wake of Trans Mountain court decision

OPINION: Dust far from settled in wake of Trans Mountain court decision

Sometimes, particularly when it leaves one party dissatisfied, the law is an inelegant instrument.
OPINION: About the Squamish people and Squamish language

OPINION: About the Squamish people and Squamish language

How much do you know about the Squamish people on whose land we reside? The Skwxwú7mesh Úxwumixw, (Squamish people and Nation) are Indigenous people of the Pacific Northwest Coast.
Indigenous inmate population in Canada surpasses 30 per cent

Indigenous inmate population in Canada surpasses 30 per cent

Overdose deaths, homeless population in B.C. overrepresented by Indigenous people
OPINION: B.C. racking up a losing record in the business of global sports

OPINION: B.C. racking up a losing record in the business of global sports

Sport is identity-intrinsic, government is identity-inciting; it would help if, every so often, the latter would help the former make us feel better.
Opinion: Coronavirus doesn't give you a licence to be racist

Opinion: Coronavirus doesn't give you a licence to be racist

Some say that adversity brings out the best in people. Well, not always. When it comes to dealing with a pandemic, it often brings out the worst in people. Pandemics like the one currently seen in the novel coronavirus are terrifying.
Letter: Column unfairly demonizes triple-net leases facing Vancouver businesses

Letter: Column unfairly demonizes triple-net leases facing Vancouver businesses

Re: “Understanding triple-net leases and how they’re killing the soul of Vancouver,” Jan. 20. Grant Lawrence’s recent article unfairly demonizes triple-net lease agreements as being unfair to our small business and arts communities.
Opinion: It was reckless of this Burnaby politician to spread coronavirus story

Opinion: It was reckless of this Burnaby politician to spread coronavirus story

Metro Vancouver has officially reached the panic stage of the coronavirus outbreak after the province and the B.C. Centre for Disease Control announced the region’s first confirmed case on Tuesday. And when I say panic, I mean it.
OPINION: It’s time we celebrated Vancouver’s hard-rocking, platinum past

OPINION: It’s time we celebrated Vancouver’s hard-rocking, platinum past

Aerosmith, Bon Jovi, Metallica, Mötley Crüe, AC/DC recorded chart-topping albums in Vancouver studios