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Pitt Meadows resident said small community can't afford new detachment for $18- to $24-million
Years of progress in eliminating poverty around the world threatens to be wiped out by COVID-19.
Reader says residents pay mayor, council to make informed decisions
A year into the pandemic, local letter writer praises government handling of difficult situation
My mom has lived at that address for 43 years.
Placing the economy as the top priority is licence to destroy natural systems, says columnist
Do you have an opinion you'd like to share? There's various ways to submit letters to the editor
There are lots of people out there who are in desperate need of assistance
It seems that Mayor Lisa Helps and council – in their haste to reconfigure Clover Point under Helps' own words, "change is hard but necessary," when referring to the loop at Clover Point – have forgotten to mention the 12 parking spots. These spots, which highlighted a fabulous side view of stormy Ross Bay, are already lost at the east side of the entrance road to the loop.
Crime rampant, police overworked, businesses targeted, citizens unsafe, says letter writer
We don't harvest a cover crop and instead dig the tops under when they're immature and soft
Our BC NDP government has worked tirelessly to fix the mess that was left behind
The article on rebuilding the mess that remains of Muirhead House does not report who will pay for it, other than wanting a grant from Victoria taxpayers via a heritage hobby group.
I typed this ode to the loveliness of hand-written notes on a computer but the point still stands
Canadians have to rethink about equality in light of economic disparities
Lobbying the government for $250,000 worth of road repair/renewal rather than trails would be good.