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OPINION: ‘Cynical spreaders’ not solely to blame for B.C.'s COVID-19 surge

OPINION: ‘Cynical spreaders’ not solely to blame for B.C.'s COVID-19 surge

Are the “cynical spreaders” winning the day right now, or are our rising COVID-19 numbers simply a reflection of how tough it is to combat this virus?
OPINION: Horgan's to-do list, from free bus rides for kids to (maybe) ICBC rebates

OPINION: Horgan's to-do list, from free bus rides for kids to (maybe) ICBC rebates

The main themes are identical — ­ put people first, work on ­Indigenous reconciliation, fight climate change and get B.C. through the pandemic.
LETTER: Would you rather wear a mask or be on a breathing tube?

LETTER: Would you rather wear a mask or be on a breathing tube?

"Forewarned is forearmed."
OPINION: Horgan got his big mandate. Now what?

OPINION: Horgan got his big mandate. Now what?

Premier John Horgan is unveiling a new cabinet this week as the BC NDP government tackles a tough list of challenges.
OPINION: This Metro Vancouver mayor says mobility pricing is bad policy. (But it’s also bad politics)

OPINION: This Metro Vancouver mayor says mobility pricing is bad policy. (But it’s also bad politics)

Brad West, Mayor of Port Coquitlam, is fighting all calls for a pay-per-use system for public roads
Google and Facebook profit from reliable journalism. They should help pay for it

Google and Facebook profit from reliable journalism. They should help pay for it

Can we expect a future in Canada where we continue to have access to credible news?
Dr. Bonnie Henry on why masks are not universally mandated in B.C.

Dr. Bonnie Henry on why masks are not universally mandated in B.C.

"An order can never replace our personal commitment."
OPINION: Masks should be mandatory in Metro Vancouver

OPINION: Masks should be mandatory in Metro Vancouver

Masks are mandatory in every major city in Canada, except Metro Vancouver
See you at Beer Fest? The future of beer festivals in the COVID-19 age

See you at Beer Fest? The future of beer festivals in the COVID-19 age

Some events are attempting virtual versions, but when it comes right down to it, clinking glasses over Zoom or drinking together by the light of your phone screen isn’t quite the same as walking from booth to booth in a giant field filled with hundreds or thousands of fellow beer lovers.
OPINION: Mayor calling out provincial government in public doesn’t help solve critical social issues

OPINION: Mayor calling out provincial government in public doesn’t help solve critical social issues

City of Vancouver needs strong, respectful relationships with provincial counterparts