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Cover your face, wear a hat and stay hydrated to exercise safely through the winter

Cover your face, wear a hat and stay hydrated to exercise safely through the winter

Preparing for being active in cold weather can help keep us safe and increase our enjoyment
Canada isn't responding with foresight when it comes to COVID-19

Canada isn't responding with foresight when it comes to COVID-19

Canada’s strategy must include global engagement. Without it, we will be living on borrowed time, waiting for a new variant, a new booster, a new quick fix
Most B.C. residents trust BC NDP to resolve affordable housing issues: poll

Most B.C. residents trust BC NDP to resolve affordable housing issues: poll

55% of British Columbians say they trust the governing provincial party to deliver affordable housing, compared with 36% for the BC Liberal Party and 33% for the BC Green Party.
Membership list controversy looms over BC Liberal leadership vote

Membership list controversy looms over BC Liberal leadership vote

Process dogged by questions about the validity of more than 14,000 of the 23,000 memberships sold since May.
Letters: Chains are needed if heading up to Dakota Ridge

Letters: Chains are needed if heading up to Dakota Ridge

'Why do people insist on seeing how far they can get without chains?'
Letter: How a stranger at the ferry terminal helped me finally hug my parents after nearly three years apart

Letter: How a stranger at the ferry terminal helped me finally hug my parents after nearly three years apart

Megan McIntosh had been travelling for nearly four days to make it home to her parents in time for Christmas but when she got to Langdale, there were no taxis to be seen

Letter: Remembering Johnny Stork

'He was the total opposite of the typical biker – wearing sandals and painting his toenails bright red was the type of guy he was.'

Letters: Coast Reporter obituaries reveal remarkable people

'The passing of these Coasters reveals a variety of talents, accomplishments and familial ties they had that collectively manifest a host of generally unknown notable events and experiences in their lives'

Letters: Sechelt bin query

Editor: I would like Mayor Siegers to answer a question for me: Where do I keep two large bins, and one enormous bin, related to garbage collection? I live in a townhouse, which, as everyone knows, is compact living.

Letters: Road gentrification

Editor: Glassford Road closure issues raised last month are just the “thin edge of the wedge” of large scale “calming” for Gower Point Road. You think Glassford is a problem.