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Canadians’ faith in the country’s health-care system still strong

Canadians’ faith in the country’s health-care system still strong

About 3 in 5 Canadians think there are good things in the system, but many say changes are needed
Editor's column: Facebook saga shows need for news

Editor's column: Facebook saga shows need for news

Richmond News editor Eve Edmonds' take on the latest saga to hit the social media giant
Opinion: Henry’s office dodged seniors advocate

Opinion: Henry’s office dodged seniors advocate

Isobel Mackenzie did not receive face-to-face input from provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry for her review of COVID-19 outbreaks in care homes.
Pipeline project supporters outnumber opponents in B.C. by small margin

Pipeline project supporters outnumber opponents in B.C. by small margin

Views on Trans Mountain expansion and potential revival of mothballed Northern Gateway have changed little in two years, poll suggests.
Opinion: Truth be told, sealing the Facebook rabbit hole wasn't all bad

Opinion: Truth be told, sealing the Facebook rabbit hole wasn't all bad

'Facebook went down for a few hours Monday and our collective IQ went up.'
Editorial: In age of social media giants, real news is worth supporting

Editorial: In age of social media giants, real news is worth supporting

In a sea of unchecked opinion, newspapers still strive to offer verified facts.
Opinion: 15,000 water wells could be declared illegal in 2022, causing economic chaos

Opinion: 15,000 water wells could be declared illegal in 2022, causing economic chaos

People have been issuing warnings about this for several years, but a legislature committee heard first-hand last week about how bad it could get.
Opinion: Look to Primary Care Networks for COVID-19 support

Opinion: Look to Primary Care Networks for COVID-19 support

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Opinion: Ill-timed Tofino holiday augurs early retirement for Trudeau

Opinion: Ill-timed Tofino holiday augurs early retirement for Trudeau

The PM vacationed with his family in Tofino on Sept. 30, the first-ever National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
Letter: Mask issue showed New West school trustees not listening to parents

Letter: Mask issue showed New West school trustees not listening to parents

Trustees at first said no to masks for younger grades