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Sunday Night Read: 'A short walk'

Sunday Night Read: 'A short walk'

This short story series submission is from Michele Paulse of Port Moody.
Minter: B.C.'s FireSmart guide, and its rules home gardeners should follow

Minter: B.C.'s FireSmart guide, and its rules home gardeners should follow

Master gardener Brian Minter: "One of the greatest concerns is the ability of wildfire embers jumping ahead."
David Sovka: How to pick a career, or why what you love to do is not an actual job

David Sovka: How to pick a career, or why what you love to do is not an actual job

Your passions are probably not relevant to your job search unless you’re really into accounting or industrial vacuuming
Trevor Hancock: The economy should serve well-being, planet health, not dominate them

Trevor Hancock: The economy should serve well-being, planet health, not dominate them

The economy is not a natural phenomenon, it is a human construct, so if it doesn’t work for us we should change it
Letter: Too many Burnaby high-rises, too many concerns

Letter: Too many Burnaby high-rises, too many concerns

This letter writer claims developments are too close to each other and will take up lots of resources.
BBB: Buying camping gear can be overwhelming. What you need to know

BBB: Buying camping gear can be overwhelming. What you need to know

Choose the right tent, buy good quality gear and be careful with purchasing equipment online are some tips the Better Business Bureau is offering for camping families.
Adrian Raeside cartoon: Looking for ways to stay cool

Adrian Raeside cartoon: Looking for ways to stay cool

Opinion: Churches don't pay taxes. Should they?

Opinion: Churches don't pay taxes. Should they?

Critics argue that church tax exemptions represent millions in lost government revenue. However, others say that churches can and should use their funds to support local communities.
Opinion: Trudeau, Biden both endangering their parties by overstaying their welcome

Opinion: Trudeau, Biden both endangering their parties by overstaying their welcome

Leaders have gone beyond their best-before dates
Rob Shaw: Ministers' last-minute exodus unlikely to hurt BC NDP fortunes

Rob Shaw: Ministers' last-minute exodus unlikely to hurt BC NDP fortunes

Retirement trend among senior BC NDP leaders opens the door to new faces ahead crucial electoral period