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Opinion: Reckless driver hits two vehicles after going 'into oncoming traffic' on Burnaby-New West border

Opinion: Reckless driver hits two vehicles after going 'into oncoming traffic' on Burnaby-New West border

I’m stunned following the recent antics of some reckless drivers in Burnaby. First, there was a driver on Thursday who somehow managed to not kill anyone despite driving into oncoming traffic.
Letter: Pier Park playground is good, but could use more safety signage

Letter: Pier Park playground is good, but could use more safety signage

Editor: I wanted to say that I love the new park playground down at (Westminster Pier Park). I have an 11-year-old and a two-year-old. There were a lot of people with younger children saying the felt the new slide was too dangerous.
Letter: 'Onerous' TransLink plan would end up screening out seniors, people with disabilities

Letter: 'Onerous' TransLink plan would end up screening out seniors, people with disabilities

Union president speaks out about changes to HandyDART system
Letter: I'm watching my former home in B.C. from Seattle and am appalled at premier's inaction

Letter: I'm watching my former home in B.C. from Seattle and am appalled at premier's inaction

She grew up in Burnaby and is frustrated B.C. won't enact more restrictions
Opinion: There's good reason to be wary of travelling on a plane during a pandemic

Opinion: There's good reason to be wary of travelling on a plane during a pandemic

Letter: COVID-19 frustration no excuse for being angry at me

Letter: COVID-19 frustration no excuse for being angry at me

Editor: This is a request for New Westminster residents to continue to be kind and be patient. I know everyone is getting more and more irritable with COVID-19 restrictions, but it is no excuse for treating others poorly.
Opinion: Breaking down the 'pseudo-legal arguments' a Vancouver restaurant is trying to use to avoid legal sanctions

Opinion: Breaking down the 'pseudo-legal arguments' a Vancouver restaurant is trying to use to avoid legal sanctions

$100,000 fine for trespassing? A "common law" jurisdiction? A Vancouver restaurant can post all the signs they want: they are still bound by the terms of licenses, contracts, leases, and, yes...public health orders.
Letter: New West playground impressive except for 'unthinkably dangerous' slide

Letter: New West playground impressive except for 'unthinkably dangerous' slide

Park reopened on the weekend
Opinion: Too slow or kicked out, winners and losers in B.C.'s AstraZeneca vaccine roll out

Opinion: Too slow or kicked out, winners and losers in B.C.'s AstraZeneca vaccine roll out

Small number of AstraZeneca doses quickly snapped up by 55 to 65 year olds while priority frontline workers kicked out of the line for now as B.C.'s vaccine program rolls out amidst changing circumstances
Opinion: More young people landing in B.C. ICUs due to COVID-19

Opinion: More young people landing in B.C. ICUs due to COVID-19

Comments by 'Premier Dad' were unfortunate but highlighted growing problem