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Most Canadians agree on steps toward Indigenous reconciliation: poll

Most Canadians agree on steps toward Indigenous reconciliation: poll

More than four in five Canadians say it is important to end long-term drinking water advisories in First Nations communities and to end bias against Indigenous Canadians in the justice system
Opinion: 'No shot, no job' — holdouts forced to face new reality

Opinion: 'No shot, no job' — holdouts forced to face new reality

There are eight communities in the Interior where the first dose vaccination rate is in the low 70s.
Opinion: BC Hydro and Fortis BC's current Twitter beef is one for the ages

Opinion: BC Hydro and Fortis BC's current Twitter beef is one for the ages

Battle of the utility companies
Opinion: When it comes to community-led compassion clubs in Vancouver, safer supply is the new Insite

Opinion: When it comes to community-led compassion clubs in Vancouver, safer supply is the new Insite

Vancouver led the way with the first supervised injection site in North America. Now the city can once again lead the way with the creation of community-led compassion clubs.
Opinion: 6 better ways climate protesters could make Vancouverites hate them

Opinion: 6 better ways climate protesters could make Vancouverites hate them

Some helpful suggestions for a group that has clearly run out of ideas
Cartoon: Is that a maple leaf or an N95 mask?

Cartoon: Is that a maple leaf or an N95 mask?

Cannonba-NOPE!
Opinion: Aaron Gunn’s leadership bid tests the BC Liberals’ identity

Opinion: Aaron Gunn’s leadership bid tests the BC Liberals’ identity

His late, albeit unofficial, entry in the race raises questions about the Liberal party's acceptance of social conservatives and federal Conservative voters.
Canadians’ faith in the country’s health-care system still strong

Canadians’ faith in the country’s health-care system still strong

About 3 in 5 Canadians think there are good things in the system, but many say changes are needed
Opinion: Henry’s office dodged seniors advocate

Opinion: Henry’s office dodged seniors advocate

Isobel Mackenzie did not receive face-to-face input from provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry for her review of COVID-19 outbreaks in care homes.
Pipeline project supporters outnumber opponents in B.C. by small margin

Pipeline project supporters outnumber opponents in B.C. by small margin

Views on Trans Mountain expansion and potential revival of mothballed Northern Gateway have changed little in two years, poll suggests.