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Help in unusual places

The Editor, The reason I'm writing is to tell you that the plane crash happened right in front of my car on my way home from work. I saw the terrifying image of a small plane flying right above Russ Baker Way, clearly about to crash.

City proposes unfair bylaw

The Editor, I am a long time resident of Richmond and have lived on Caithcart Road most of my life. Caithcart Road was a wonderful place to live until the Shark Club appeared in December 2009. Our homes back onto the Sandman Signature Hotel.

Liberals spend more, less transparently

In terms of sheer magnitude, the monkey business going on with BC Hydro's accounting practices may rank as the most misleading financial dodge ever performed by a B.C. government.

Bystanders' brave actions define community

The Editor, I was involved with the airplane crash last week. On Oct. 27, at approximately 4: 20 p.m., I was cycling southbound on Russ Baker Way on Sea Island at the time the incident involving Northern Thunderbird flight 204.

Help in unusual places

The Editor, The reason I'm writing is to tell you that the plane crash happened right in front of my car on my way home from work. I saw the terrifying image of a small plane flying right above Russ Baker Way, clearly about to crash.

Bystanders' brave actions define community

The Editor, I was involved with the airplane crash last week. On Oct. 27, at approximately 4:20 p.m., I was cycling southbound on Russ Baker Way on Sea Island at the time the incident involving Northern Thunderbird flight 204.

Upgrade to Government 3.0

The Editor, Re: "Occupiers need focus," Letters, Oct. 19 I agree that a single focus needs to be articulated.

Deaf's 911 calls must be heard

The Editor, I love election time because it is the only time when politicians are forced to examine issues that are important to the voters. Here is one: access to 911 services.

Bad science makes bad television

I should stop watching TV. I really need to cut down on the time I spend banging my head on the coffee table and shaking with rage. Now, it's not bad acting or bad writing or even cheap reality shows that drive me to madness. It's bad science.

Wards might be way to go

The Editor, Re: "Keep faith in election," Opinion, Oct. 21. There ain't nuthin' in our council in which to keep faith, but it is fortunate that Greg Halsey-Brandt blew the whistle on council.