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Comment: Government is making construction more expensive

Comment: Government is making construction more expensive

While the Rage Index is highest in Ontario and Alberta, for the first time in nearly two years of tracking, there was a 16-point spike in B.C.
Almost half of Canadians think country should cut immigration, says polling

Almost half of Canadians think country should cut immigration, says polling

Housing affordability woes spark debate
Adrian Raeside cartoon: Bitter B.C. politics

Adrian Raeside cartoon: Bitter B.C. politics

Letters: Sue Big Oil presenting to District of Sechelt this week

Letters: Sue Big Oil presenting to District of Sechelt this week

Editor: We are delighted to report that a petition circulated by the Sunshine Coast Sue Big Oil campaign has reached a milestone of more than 2,000 local signatures.
Baldrey: It's clear the B.C. United Party is in a 'do-or-die' battle

Baldrey: It's clear the B.C. United Party is in a 'do-or-die' battle

Kevin Falcon is realizing he needs to grab the public's attention sooner than later, said columnist Keith Baldrey.
Rob Shaw: BC NDP focuses on health-care improvements as election nears

Rob Shaw: BC NDP focuses on health-care improvements as election nears

Despite criticisms, the BC government showcases its commitment to enhancing healthcare with significant funding increases and strategic planning
Opinion: Rutherford, Rustad on parallel paths to face off against rivals this fall

Opinion: Rutherford, Rustad on parallel paths to face off against rivals this fall

The are some surprising similarities in the leadership journeys of Canucks' Jim Rutherford and BC Conservatives’ John Rustad
Claire Nielsen: Healing to find our purpose

Claire Nielsen: Healing to find our purpose

"To heal the haunting of guilt and shame, we need to forgive ourselves," writes Claire Nielsen.
Comment: Is there any evidence justifying full-time councillors?

Comment: Is there any evidence justifying full-time councillors?

Parkinson’s Law says that “work expands to fill the time allotted for its completion.”
Letter: MOTI makes some promising moves

Letter: MOTI makes some promising moves

'Some good news: previous letters written to the BC Minister of Transportation by the Sunshine Coast Highway Society in February and March 2024 have elicited a favourable reply. It appears the wait this time was worth it'