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Opinion: Making sense of eliminating cents varies across the country

Opinion: Making sense of eliminating cents varies across the country

Next year, our country will mark 10 years without the presence of a functioning one-cent coin in our pockets and purses
Jean Charest: Canadian Conservatives need substantive policy ideas — not conspiracy theories

Jean Charest: Canadian Conservatives need substantive policy ideas — not conspiracy theories

"We don’t have a freedom problem. We have a Trudeau problem."
The last chapter: Jewish girl's bravery adds twist to Pat Bay war story

The last chapter: Jewish girl's bravery adds twist to Pat Bay war story

This tale, the story of the Second World War flyer who died twice — once in Europe, the second time on Vancouver Island — was wild enough in 2017. The plot just took another twist.
Opinion: Departure time: why these two political leaders should step aside

Opinion: Departure time: why these two political leaders should step aside

From the heart in one case, from the head in another, I implore John Horgan and Doug McCallum: Step aside. Two significant political leaders are at critical career junctures. For vastly different reasons, they would be wisest to leave their posts.
Editorial: Federal government must pay more for health care

Editorial: Federal government must pay more for health care

Opinion: Your big stupid backpack is a problem again on public transit

Opinion: Your big stupid backpack is a problem again on public transit

The pandemic-era room we had on buses and SkyTrains is gone. So take your backpack off and put it on the ground - we share this space.
Opinion: Chef Wasabi must become a lovable villain once again

Opinion: Chef Wasabi must become a lovable villain once again

Comedian Ryan Beil's hot take on who used to be the spiciest Sushi Race mascot at The Nat.
Opinion: Charities continue to be the hardest sell in the new world of online digital transactions

Opinion: Charities continue to be the hardest sell in the new world of online digital transactions

Many British Columbians have concerms about their digital information and this affects how they partake in specific activities related to technology
Les Leyne: For B.C. politicians, a crash course in opioid damage

Les Leyne: For B.C. politicians, a crash course in opioid damage

B.C. police chiefs agreed a long time ago “the idea of prosecuting individuals for simple possession was really a waste of time.”
Jack Knox: Baseball offers respite of calm in a tense world

Jack Knox: Baseball offers respite of calm in a tense world

Find spiritual sustenance by going to a baseball game