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Clark should talk to Enbridge

Dear Editor: The big news is that, after months of dodging and dancing, the B.C. Liberal government finally has taken a position on the Enbridge pipeline proposal.

Providing quality child care is good for all

You'd think by 2012 we'd have this one figured out: quality child care should not be something that only a fortunate few are able to access.

Crows create clever conundrum

Crows are pests. They're the reason your garbage is scattered all over the lawn when the can lid falls off. They devour crops and are the indirect cause of many annoying hours of bird cannons in rural areas.

'Crazy train' has brought good to B.C

Dear Editor: Re: All aboard the NDP 'crazy train'?, Letters to the editor, Burnaby NOW, July 20 I am amazed at Donald Leung beating the drum over the performance of the Liberal government.

Magic Cleanup In Burnaby

Dear Editor: Re: MAGIC Canada Day Cleanup The Metrotown Area Green Improvements Coalition, also known as MAGIC, had about 25 volunteers come to the Chaffey-Burke parking lot to participate.

Redford disappoints

Dear Editor: Alberta Premier Alison Redford's reaction to the conditions B.C. has placed on heavy oil pipelines is very disappointing, particularly her reaction to the condition that B.C.

Helping hands much appreciated

Dear Editor: I wish to express my appreciation and gratitude to the three people who came to my assistance when my motor scooter tipped over at the corner of Nelson Avenue and Kingsway at 11 a.m. on Saturday, July 14.

Government deserves credit

Dear Editor: I had to laugh when it was revealed by British Columbia's environment minister that the impetus for the province to seek intervener status in the Enbridge pipeline process, as opposed to government status, came from an offhand comment by

Calls for shark-fin ban

Dear Editor: Re: Shark group calls for ban on fin soup, Burnaby NOW, July 4 Following the rally and delegation organized at Richmond city council on July 9, Shark Truth reaffirms its commitment to collaborating with the community by empowering consum

Will B.C. even have a say in pipeline projects?

Premier Christy Clark's recent posturing over the proposed Enbridge pipeline is all fine and dandy, but her threats to quash the project if B.C. doesn't get its share of the oil profits are likely empty at best. The question is: Will B.C.
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