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Consider your votes before casting a ballot

Every three years, right around this time, we usually pull out the soapbox, jump on top of it, and start bemoaning the consistently low voter turnout at municipal elections.

Kindergarten lessons to take to the polls

Right around now in the civic election campaign we're thinking democracy may be overrated.

Long way from tolerance

Dear Editor: Many thanks for your ongoing coverage of the Burnaby school board's controversial policy 5.

Debate is needed in policy issue

Dear Editor: Residents of Burnaby have come under unreasonable attack for engaging in rational debate over the anti-homophobic policy adopted by the school board.

Party focus uncertain

Dear Editor: Re: Does the editor read minds?, Burnaby NOW, Nov. 11. So it begins.

Corrigan's claim leads to laughter

Dear Editor: Re: Corrigan batting for a fourth term, Burnaby NOW, Nov. 9. I almost fell off my chair when I read Derek Corrigan's remarks about wanting "positive" people (his own) that he can "work with" on Burnaby council.

Parents in group face threats, too

Dear Editor: Re: Not this parent's voice, Letters to the Editor, Burnaby NOW, Nov. 11. In a recent letter to the editor, "Melissa L.

Celebrate human rights at polls

Dear Editor: Having avidly followed the anti-homophobia circus created by the single-issue party Parent's Voice over many months, I was pleased to read the recent column by editor Pat Tracy (A clever mask for discrimination, Editor's Letter, Burnaby

Take time to vote

Dear Editor: So now, all politicians are gearing up for election or re-election.

Not this parent's voice

Dear Editor: I am a citizen of Burnaby and have been for the past seven years. My five year old daughter attends a school in this district. When Burnaby school district's policy 5.45 was brought about, I became a proud citizen of Burnaby.
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