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John Ducker: Commercial vehicle drivers face new stiff penalties

John Ducker: Commercial vehicle drivers face new stiff penalties

Changes come after series of crashes involving heavy trucks hitting highway overpasses.
Adrian Raeside cartoon: Encountering an e-bike while out for a quiet stroll

Adrian Raeside cartoon: Encountering an e-bike while out for a quiet stroll

Comment: Homeownership is the key to a better future

Comment: Homeownership is the key to a better future

Multiple studies have established that homeowners have much better socioeconomic outcomes, have higher life satisfaction, are healthier.
Rob Shaw: B.C. pushes for dedicated disaster force to fight wildfires, floods

Rob Shaw: B.C. pushes for dedicated disaster force to fight wildfires, floods

Military can't be Ottawa's go-to response during disasters, say officials
Comment: Government is making construction more expensive

Comment: Government is making construction more expensive

While the Rage Index is highest in Ontario and Alberta, for the first time in nearly two years of tracking, there was a 16-point spike in B.C.
Opinion: CBSA officers deserve a fair agreement — and should be taken seriously

Opinion: CBSA officers deserve a fair agreement — and should be taken seriously

This letter writer, a former CBSA officer, believes Canada's security will be at risk if members choose to picket.
Letter: How I think Burnaby should upgrade Central Park's ponds

Letter: How I think Burnaby should upgrade Central Park's ponds

This letter writer believes a second pond flowing into the first, as well as a gazebo and fountain can make the environment better.
Almost half of Canadians think country should cut immigration, says polling

Almost half of Canadians think country should cut immigration, says polling

Housing affordability woes spark debate
Adrian Raeside cartoon: Bitter B.C. politics

Adrian Raeside cartoon: Bitter B.C. politics

Baldrey: It's clear the B.C. United Party is in a 'do-or-die' battle

Baldrey: It's clear the B.C. United Party is in a 'do-or-die' battle

Kevin Falcon is realizing he needs to grab the public's attention sooner than later, said columnist Keith Baldrey.