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I think it’s an important distinction that we called it home, not just a place where we lived.
Candidates have until July 3 to file their nomination papers for the vote, which is scheduled to begin Sept. 18.
The plan to upgrade 232nd Street to urban standards has been in the city’s long range capital plans for several years.
The last thing that long suffering downtown businesses need is more city hall intervention in parking issues.
Our minimum wages don’t sound like living wages to me. They sounds like minuscule wages, not enough for survival.
More than 600 deaths in this province are attributable to overdoses of illicit drugs
What is now important is for more of us to realize that we can play a role in dealing with fentanyl and other deadly drugs.
In the case of the Pelton farmlands, the simple truth lies in the economics of agriculture versus industry.
I have become almost totally inured to the near epidemic number of overdose deaths of drug users in our community.
While mayor claims city has had success locating homeless people into market rentals, few, if any, have left the neighbourhood.
One of the worst things about current preoccupation with middle class housing issues is almost certain market correction that will follow.
Much like the 2013 election, the polls show Clark’s support might be lagging, but that doesn’t mean too much.
With 340 campgrounds and a total of more than 11,000 campsites in this province, you’d think there would be no problem finding a nice spot.
I have come to the conclusion that there is no longer a safe, leisurely way to get around our streets.
I thought I had put all this mental stress to bed many years ago, but somehow the pain lingers on.
Kevin O’Leary, Canada’s answer to Donald Trump, has also indicated a strong interest in the Conservative leadership.
It’s interesting to consider the mayor’s version of the timeline involved in developing a purpose-built supportive housing project
Demise of Tom Mulcair could very well herald a new era in politics in Canada.
I am totally in favour of providing realistic treatment and services.
My attitude about age and aging isn’t the only thing that has changed in my approach to life.