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OPINION: Changing advice added confusion, but I’m a proud AstraZeneca double-doser

OPINION: Changing advice added confusion, but I’m a proud AstraZeneca double-doser

British Columbians are now advised to get an mRNA vaccine for their second dose, but ‘bad-boy vaccine’ AstraZeneca has served its purpose
Opinion: B.C.'s pandemic response will be a model for the world

Opinion: B.C.'s pandemic response will be a model for the world

Federal election prospects stay strong for Liberals: poll

Federal election prospects stay strong for Liberals: poll

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s party maintains lead against Conservatives, NDP
Letter: 'Anti-vaxxer' is actually the perfect word to use right now

Letter: 'Anti-vaxxer' is actually the perfect word to use right now

A response to another letter about pandemic language
Opinion: Every government thinks it has the right answer on trades training

Opinion: Every government thinks it has the right answer on trades training

Opinion: A first COVID-19 dose and loosened restrictions do not mean you're risk-free

Opinion: A first COVID-19 dose and loosened restrictions do not mean you're risk-free

At the time of writing this column, 73% of British Columbians have had their first COVID-19 vaccination, daily case numbers continue to drop and we’ve entered step two of B.C.’s Restart Plan.
Letter: School trustees ignored own survey on police liaison program

Letter: School trustees ignored own survey on police liaison program

Writer wants to keep the program going
Opinion: Baby steps on the way back to normal

Opinion: Baby steps on the way back to normal

Getting back to normal after 17 months of varying pandemic restrictions amounts to a giant leap for most people.
Letter: Cyclists should be allowed to use all of New West's waterfront

Letter: Cyclists should be allowed to use all of New West's waterfront

Editor: I am a senior citizen who is living at Renaissance Square at the New Westminster Quay. I have been living here for 30 years. I can no longer walk because of chronic knee pain.
Letter: 'Jerk' drivers who cut in make Queensborough Bridge a nightmare

Letter: 'Jerk' drivers who cut in make Queensborough Bridge a nightmare

Editor: Living in New Westminster and working in east Richmond means I must travel along Stewardson way to access the Queensborough Bridge during rush hour.