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Opinion: 'Safe supply' hasn’t failed in British Columbia, because it doesn’t really exist

Opinion: 'Safe supply' hasn’t failed in British Columbia, because it doesn’t really exist

Despite announcements from the government and opposition from critics that it is not a sufficient measure to combat the opioids crisis, “safe supply” drug policy hasn’t actually been implemented in British Columbia
Opinion: Vancouver is less safe than ever, despite stats that suggest otherwise

Opinion: Vancouver is less safe than ever, despite stats that suggest otherwise

Using 'filed police reports' as a metric for safety in our city is flawed
Opinion: Conservatives just rejected that climate change is 'real'. They'll pay for it

Opinion: Conservatives just rejected that climate change is 'real'. They'll pay for it

Stance won't play well in urban centres
Will pandemic leave lasting mark on how B.C. workers carry out their jobs?

Will pandemic leave lasting mark on how B.C. workers carry out their jobs?

A new survey shows companies in the post-pandemic world will need to find the right balance between the workplace of the past and the ability of employees to carry on with their duties from home at least some of the time.
Opinion: Budget to Build: Take action to invest in community

Opinion: Budget to Build: Take action to invest in community

There is no better way to celebrate International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination than by taking firm action towards a more fair and equitable society for all.
Trudeau’s Liberals stable, O’Toole’s Tories lose ground in poll

Trudeau’s Liberals stable, O’Toole’s Tories lose ground in poll

Conservative support drops three points since end of 2020.
Opinion: The 8 most drop-dead stupid comments from our YouTube channel this week

Opinion: The 8 most drop-dead stupid comments from our YouTube channel this week

Covidiots as far as the eye can see
Survey reveals whose finances the pandemic has hit hardest in B.C.

Survey reveals whose finances the pandemic has hit hardest in B.C.

33% of B.C. residents say their financial situation is “significantly” or “moderately” worse now than it was a year ago
Opinion: Here's why petitions have lost their impact in Vancouver

Opinion: Here's why petitions have lost their impact in Vancouver

There’s a petition for everything
Opinion: This is a pretty sweet frickin' sign

Opinion: This is a pretty sweet frickin' sign

Holy frick