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Paving the way for election

The Editor, I see the City of Richmond has elected to pave another perfectly smooth section of Steveston Highway, just east of No. 2 Road. That could mean only one thing, a municipal election is nigh! Jack Wolman Richmond

Watch out for the kids

The Editor, On behalf of the Richmond Board of Education, I am pleased to welcome our students and families back to what promises to be another positive and productive school year.

Face the truth, it's Layton

The Editor, Re: "Unwanted Bienniale art shopped on the road," News, Sept. 14. Here's a suggestion to Canadianize the Vladimir Lenin statue in Richmond. Just put a sign on it calling it the "Jack Layton Memorial.

The measure of a wealthy man

How do you know when you're rich? I've been thinking about this for a few years now, ever since a friend of mine suggested that the current generation of Canadians was the richest ever.

Educate kids with car cash

Last week, the B.C. Civil Forfeiture office began looking into whether it can seize 13 luxury cars that were involved in an alleged street racing incident on Sept. 1.

$500 million away from balanced books

After almost getting itself above water on the fiscal front, the B.C. Liberal government now finds itself again mired in a financial quagmire.

Harmony counters fanaticism

The Editor, The tenth anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in the U.S. has again brought the issue of terrorism to the forefront. So far Canada has been very fortunate to have been spared such an ordeal.

Silent salute resonates

The Editor, After reading the article on the procession of motorcyclists and emergency vehicles making their way down Highway 99 to the Peace Arch to commemorate the 10th anniversary of 9/11, I felt this would be a opportunity to commemorate 9/11.

Security, not safety, boosted

In the days after the Twin Towers fell 10 years ago, there was an eerie hush. No planes interrupted the stillness and shock of that suddenly quiet sky. In the 10 years since, it's been a different story.

Join me in the Garden City

The Editor, This is an open invitation for an eco-tour of the Garden City Lands on Saturday, it is free.