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Reconsider centre layoffs

Dear Editor: As always, Nov. 11 is a special day in the lives of so many of us who pause to reflect, remember and thank the courageous women and men who sacrificed for us and gave us this safe country in which we can be free.

Let's fix this problem

Dear Editor: Hello, Minister. BCIT Faculty and Staff Association calling again. Let's talk about nursing. BCIT led the country in creating a three-year Bachelor of Science in nursing.

Giving applause where and when it's due

Government decision to institute provincewide screening for colorectal cancers is a good decision for province

Something stinks in Burnaby's garbage

Re: Despite recycling, residents garbage levels stagnant, Burnaby NOW, Nov. 9. That has got to be the most ineffable news I've read in a while.

Time for a big change

DEAR EDITOR: It's time for a change in the politics of British Columbia.

Writer is deluded on political opinions in B.C

DEAR EDITOR: Re: Usual socialist suspects, Letters to the Editor, Burnaby NOW, Nov. 9.

Share your memories?

Dear Editor: Hello, my friends. I began working on a novel this summer, a satire of the educational system, and would like to request the creative assistance of my community.

Big thanks from dog owners

Dear Editor: My husband and I would like to send out a big thank you to the our selfless neighbours and community of North Burnaby and East Vancouver who helped us search for our lost dog "Pod.

A trojan horse for Canada?

More than any other province, British Columbia should be demanding a detailed analysis and full discussion of provisions in a proposed "investment" treaty that has already been signed by Prime Minister Stephen Harper.

Usual Socialist suspects

Dear Editor: Personally, I blame Clark. No, not her, the other one. Glen Clark was a skilled politician.
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