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Letters April 27: B.C. has four parties, not two; voter disillusioned by all parties

Letters April 27: B.C. has four parties, not two; voter disillusioned by all parties

Comment: Don't blame the Indigenous community for this bad decision

Comment: Don't blame the Indigenous community for this bad decision

The board says that student safety is their concern and that their decision on the police liaison officer program is “trauma-informed.”
Editorial: Federal spending plans can only worsen inflation

Editorial: Federal spending plans can only worsen inflation

The next national election is coming, and Justin Trudeau’s Liberals trail Pierre Poilievre’s Conservatives by 20 points, 24 to 44.
Letters April 26: Dealing with illicit drugs; the PM's wrinkled pants; cancer screening only for those with family doctors?

Letters April 26: Dealing with illicit drugs; the PM's wrinkled pants; cancer screening only for those with family doctors?

Les Leyne: Two accounts of the pause of social harms bill

Les Leyne: Two accounts of the pause of social harms bill

Government introduced a bill that was supposed to smooth the way for the province to sue the social media giants for the damage they are doing to society
Adrian Raeside cartoon: Decorations for Victoria's royal visit

Adrian Raeside cartoon: Decorations for Victoria's royal visit

Comment: Don't ignore the policy ideas offered by B.C. Greens

Comment: Don't ignore the policy ideas offered by B.C. Greens

SONIA FURSTENAU A commentary by the leader of the B.C. Green Party.
Letters April 25: Music belongs in our schools; NDP MPs shill for Trudeau's Liberals

Letters April 25: Music belongs in our schools; NDP MPs shill for Trudeau's Liberals

Letters April 24: Nature isn't a Disney production; students have nothing to fear from police officers

Letters April 24: Nature isn't a Disney production; students have nothing to fear from police officers

Comment: The government is attacking the public, not just the lawyers

Comment: The government is attacking the public, not just the lawyers

The socialist attack on the legal profession I have witnessed over many years has been deliberate, incremental, persistent and sneaky — and it's extremely dangerous for the health of our just society.