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Sunday Night Read: 'The Harmony Garden'

Sunday Night Read: 'The Harmony Garden'

This short story series submission is from Patricia Celan of New Westminster.
David Sovka: Why the health-care system needs more Georges (please never, ever retire)

David Sovka: Why the health-care system needs more Georges (please never, ever retire)

My doctor — let’s call him “George” because that is his real name — provides professional services and expert opinions, such as: “Have you gained weight?” and refers me to specialists who keep me alive
Trevor Hancock: Our ‘ignore-ant’ elites blindly adhere to 'business as usual'

Trevor Hancock: Our ‘ignore-ant’ elites blindly adhere to 'business as usual'

Many of our so-called leaders don’t want to change because they get so much benefit — wealth, power, status — from the way things are
Column: May 25 — An unexpected celebration of soccer in B.C.

Column: May 25 — An unexpected celebration of soccer in B.C.

All three B.C. professional soccer clubs are on the pitch and, much like a local business or grocer, you should support local.
BBB: Planning your next family vacation or trip

BBB: Planning your next family vacation or trip

Plan ahead, consider travel insurance and wait to post on social media are some of the precautions the Better Business Bureau suggest for those looking for a getaway.
Adrian Raeside cartoon: Risking the Earth

Adrian Raeside cartoon: Risking the Earth

Rob Shaw: BC United's rejected ceasefire proposal to Conservatives reeks of desperation

Rob Shaw: BC United's rejected ceasefire proposal to Conservatives reeks of desperation

The two parties appear destined to fight, not unite, until the fall election
Rob Shaw: London Drugs, B.C. officials lean on irksome wordplay amid cyberattacks

Rob Shaw: London Drugs, B.C. officials lean on irksome wordplay amid cyberattacks

Rather than hiding behind sanitized language, B.C. organizations owe full transparency to those hit by data breaches
Opinion: London Drugs’ response to cyberattack a case study in crisis management

Opinion: London Drugs’ response to cyberattack a case study in crisis management

London Drugs' response to the LockBit cyberattack reveals critical lessons for businesses handling data vulnerabilities
Tied with Greens, BC United slouching towards fall election bust, says poll

Tied with Greens, BC United slouching towards fall election bust, says poll

BC United's fighting for third Place in provincial race, says new Research Co. survey