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Rob Shaw: B.C. ready to get tough on tech titans with sweeping legislation

Rob Shaw: B.C. ready to get tough on tech titans with sweeping legislation

From sextortion to eating disorders, province targets platforms and companies endangering youth
Les Leyne: U.S. ambassador talks protocol, treaties and softwood lumber

Les Leyne: U.S. ambassador talks protocol, treaties and softwood lumber

Advice to Canada’s ambassador to Germany John Horgan is be yourself. On softwood lumber, U.S. sees Canadian practices as discriminatory, he says.
Letter: Mark Sager has lost credibility to lead West Vancouver

Letter: Mark Sager has lost credibility to lead West Vancouver

The current West Van mayor cannot provide the leadership the community needs, writes former mayor Michael Smith
Adrian Raeside cartoon: Too-tall trucks slamming into overpasses

Adrian Raeside cartoon: Too-tall trucks slamming into overpasses

Greg Perry cartoon: The most important news of the day

Greg Perry cartoon: The most important news of the day

Rob Shaw: Accused Chinatown stabber 'calm' just hours before attack, documents reveal

Rob Shaw: Accused Chinatown stabber 'calm' just hours before attack, documents reveal

Newly released documents dig into mental state of Blair Evan Donnelly
Baldrey: B.C. NDP's stance on antisemitism — 'The ball remains in the premier's court'

Baldrey: B.C. NDP's stance on antisemitism — 'The ball remains in the premier's court'

For the first time, B.C. NDP political opponents have had an issue land in their laps that has the government in serious retreat, columnist Keith Baldrey believes.
Rob Shaw: B.C. businesses get second shot at vandalism grants after province bungles rollout

Rob Shaw: B.C. businesses get second shot at vandalism grants after province bungles rollout

Jobs minister admits changes needed after failure to help struggling businesses
Comment: Check immunization records before spring break travel

Comment: Check immunization records before spring break travel

The World Health Organization (WHO) reported a 79 per cent increase in the number of global measles cases in 2023, compared to 2022.
Minter: Success in planting small fruits requires 'proper care'

Minter: Success in planting small fruits requires 'proper care'

Currants, blueberries and perennial vegetables are safe to plant now and can provide an abundance of fresh produce for years to come, says master gardener Brian Minter.