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Letters: Make grey water catchment mandatory

Letters: Make grey water catchment mandatory

Editor: Re: Concerning the Rental housing conditional permit approval. We certainly need more rental housing units in Sechelt. However, I am concerned that in this process our water situation is not being taken into consideration.
Opinion: Nothing fails like success – on the measles vaccine

Opinion: Nothing fails like success – on the measles vaccine

'Absent experience with measles due to the success of measles eradication via the MMR vaccine, today the public tends to minimize measles’ importance—thinking it’s only an uncomfortable rash.'
Greg Perry cartoon: The most important news of the day

Greg Perry cartoon: The most important news of the day

Rob Shaw: Accused Chinatown stabber 'calm' just hours before attack, documents reveal

Rob Shaw: Accused Chinatown stabber 'calm' just hours before attack, documents reveal

Newly released documents dig into mental state of Blair Evan Donnelly
Letters: Protect Wakefield Creek’s watershed

Letters: Protect Wakefield Creek’s watershed

Editor: The following letter was addressed to Kathleen Suddes, chair of Sunshine Coast Community Forest and shared with Coast Reporter.
Letter: Concerned about social impacts of LNG workcamp in Squamish

Letter: Concerned about social impacts of LNG workcamp in Squamish

'As a youth and girl, the threat of a workcamp in Howe Sound is a scary and frustrating idea.'
Letters: Beach accesses are democratization of the waterfront

Letters: Beach accesses are democratization of the waterfront

'As the Area D Director from 2005-2014, I am very familiar with the beach access system, the reasons for its development, and some of the concerns some waterfront property owners expressed when the SCRD first began to acquire the leases from MOTI. To my knowledge the concerns about excessive noise, public disturbance, safety, etc. have for the most part not materialized and the beach accesses have become a cherished part of the community.'
Baldrey: B.C. NDP's stance on antisemitism — 'The ball remains in the premier's court'

Baldrey: B.C. NDP's stance on antisemitism — 'The ball remains in the premier's court'

For the first time, B.C. NDP political opponents have had an issue land in their laps that has the government in serious retreat, columnist Keith Baldrey believes.
Rob Shaw: B.C. businesses get second shot at vandalism grants after province bungles rollout

Rob Shaw: B.C. businesses get second shot at vandalism grants after province bungles rollout

Jobs minister admits changes needed after failure to help struggling businesses
David Sovka: Know your rights (but before you go protest, check what country you live in)

David Sovka: Know your rights (but before you go protest, check what country you live in)

The important thing to remember is that we are Canadians and live in Canada. The United States of America is a different country. I can’t stress this enough.