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Renu Bakshi: ‘Calm before the storm’ – upcoming death laws test Canada’s woke values

Renu Bakshi: ‘Calm before the storm’ – upcoming death laws test Canada’s woke values

You can see a euthanasia assessor in Vancouver sooner than a family doctor.
Rob Shaw: Premier Eby running up spending to catch up to crises

Rob Shaw: Premier Eby running up spending to catch up to crises

David Eby has hit the ground running as premier, but what’s also running right alongside him is the financial tab accompanying his many promises.
Les Leyne: Leaked audit found rampant mismanagement of housing money

Les Leyne: Leaked audit found rampant mismanagement of housing money

B.C. Liberal critics said the full story was suppressed and minimized under Eby’s watch.
Les Leyne: David Eby's burst of ideas leaves you wondering

Les Leyne: David Eby's burst of ideas leaves you wondering

Eby has noted a few times that a lot of work has gone into the announcements he used to launch his premiership.
Rob Shaw: Prepare for the province to bigfoot municipalities on housing

Rob Shaw: Prepare for the province to bigfoot municipalities on housing

“That is not what this bill is about. This bill is about building that framework so we never get to that place," says Premier David Eby
Letter: Plant trees, dig ponds and overcome this too

Letter: Plant trees, dig ponds and overcome this too

'The authorities aren’t looking out for the Earth. We citizens have to do that. After three years studying the psychology of climate change, I was thoroughly dismayed. However, I was also heartened by all the students around me, and all the people fighting alongside us.'
Rob Shaw: Why David Eby changed his mind on prosecutors and repeat offenders

Rob Shaw: Why David Eby changed his mind on prosecutors and repeat offenders

Premier David Eby surprised many on Sunday when he announced a government directive to Crown prosecutors to do more, where possible, on “the risk that repeat violent offenders pose to public safety in British Columbia.
Survey finds mixed support for hosting major sporting events in B.C.

Survey finds mixed support for hosting major sporting events in B.C.

Over the past two years, British Columbians developed a love-hate relationship with the possibility of Vancouver hosting the Winter Olympics for the second time.
Jack Knox: Ten-plaque bench is a celebration, not a memorial

Jack Knox: Ten-plaque bench is a celebration, not a memorial

Most commemorative benches, picnic tables and other pieces of public furniture are dedicated to people only after they’re gone. Most are in loving memory of the dearly departed, not the happily here.
Letters: What’s missing on the Coast this year? Our vital fungi

Letters: What’s missing on the Coast this year? Our vital fungi

'That is to say, where I usually see variety and abundance of fungi equivalent to marine life in the Great Barrier Reef, I can count on one hand the varieties I’ve spotted to mid-November.'
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