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Most Canadians agree on steps toward Indigenous reconciliation: poll

Most Canadians agree on steps toward Indigenous reconciliation: poll

More than four in five Canadians say it is important to end long-term drinking water advisories in First Nations communities and to end bias against Indigenous Canadians in the justice system
Opinion: 'No shot, no job' — holdouts forced to face new reality

Opinion: 'No shot, no job' — holdouts forced to face new reality

There are eight communities in the Interior where the first dose vaccination rate is in the low 70s.
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
Editorial: A big boost for Sechelt

Editorial: A big boost for Sechelt

Telus plans to invest up to $40 million on the Cawley Point project, with a goal of educating more than 5,000 youth and students by 2030
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.
Opinion: A future without Facebook?

Opinion: A future without Facebook?

Browsers and apps around the world had the same message on Monday: “Sorry, something went wrong.” Starting at 8:45 a.m. PST on Oct. 4, Facebook was quiet for a change.

Letters: Emergencies on hold

Editor: A short while ago when I was working at the Langdale terminal toll booth just as the Queen of Surrey was docking, I received a phone call from the bridge asking me to call an ambulance.

Letters: A tip from a lucky survivor

Editor: It was the summer of 1954 when my parents told me that my 18-year-old sister was sick and we all needed to go for tests.

Letters: Patient beware

Editor: Don’t assume anything. The Colleges of Physicians and Surgeons, Physiotherapy, Dentistry, Naturopaths, Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture do not require their registrants to be COVID immunized. As of Oct.
Letters: Water security promised

Letters: Water security promised

Editor: Further to Brian Carson’s letter (“Enough water in Chapman,” Sept. 24) and Geoff Craig’s response (“Revisiting Chapman,” Oct.