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Trevor Hancock: When it comes to food, what's good for us is also good for the planet

Trevor Hancock: When it comes to food, what's good for us is also good for the planet

A healthy diet can massively reduce our environmental impact — agriculture is responsible for 80 per cent of global deforestation and 70 per cent of freshwater use
Geoff Johnson: Changing values cited as one reason for decline in PISA results

Geoff Johnson: Changing values cited as one reason for decline in PISA results

Although what schools are teaching has changed, so have the values and priorities of today’s 15-year-olds
Greg Perry cartoon: Take a deep breath before placing bag on scale

Greg Perry cartoon: Take a deep breath before placing bag on scale

Letters: The Land Act changes aren't proceeding, so why is the DMP?

Letters: The Land Act changes aren't proceeding, so why is the DMP?

'Minister Cullen needs to understand that feelings of inadequate consultation apply to the DMP as well as the Land Act.'
Rob Shaw: Eby's house-flipping tax likely to fizzle

Rob Shaw: Eby's house-flipping tax likely to fizzle

B.C.'s new housing flipping tax might not add up to much more than an election gimmick
Adrian Raeside cartoon: Checking out what's for rent

Adrian Raeside cartoon: Checking out what's for rent

Rob Shaw: B.C.'s troubled $10 child care rollout leaves millions in federal cash underutilized

Rob Shaw: B.C.'s troubled $10 child care rollout leaves millions in federal cash underutilized

BC NDP’s promise of $10-a-day child care far from ‘universal’
Les Leyne: Will B.C.’s World Cup costs go up? Of course they will

Les Leyne: Will B.C.’s World Cup costs go up? Of course they will

Having an entire continent host the World Cup doesn’t stop the cost creep. It just spreads it around so that more taxpayers can take part.
Letters: Coast Car Co-op Prius vandalized

Letters: Coast Car Co-op Prius vandalized

'Once again the not-for-profit Coast Car Co-op has been hit by vandalism. On Friday, Feb. 16, the windows of the orange Pruis C parked at the Capilano University campus in Sechelt were broken, the key was stolen and computer hardware vandalized.'
Comment: Floating bus stops go against accessible design

Comment: Floating bus stops go against accessible design

Consciously creating unsafe barriers to essential public services violates the Canadian Charter and human rights-based legislation