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Let's not become their prey

Do companies selling food and household products believe consumers have no eyes? Or, if they admit to eyes, do they believe consumers cannot see? Whatever the reason, these companies are having their way with us, and they are going about it very foxi

Students express expansion fears

The Editor, Is getting an expansion a good or bad thing? I am a Grade 7 student from Henry Anderson elementary.

Teachers to discuss further action

The Editor, As a teacher, I am very concerned that during 62 meetings since last June with the government's bargaining team, BCSPEA, they have offered nothing. The BCTF have dropped many of their demands in good faith.

Co-ops: The third way

The United Nations' declaration that 2012 is The International Year of the Cooperative could not be more aptly timed. There is real and palpable discontent in the land with our current systems of governance.

Bets good on accident at crowded casino

The Editor, We recently read of the fire marshall in Vancouver invoking a ban on building occupancy, limiting the number of people in a building to a safe level. Not in Richmond, though. On New Year's Eve, at about 10: 30 p.m.

Progress takes patience

The Editor, Re: "Progress borne of outrage," Editorial, Jan. 4. With regard to your editorial, you observed the protests across the globe have yet to bring about solutions.

Building overcrowding needs to stop

The Editor, We recently read of the fire marshall in Vancouver invoking a ban on building occupancy, limiting the number of people in a building to a safe level. Not in Richmond, though. On New Years Eve, at about 10:30 p.m.

Co-ops: The third way

The United Nations declaration that 2012 is The International Year of the Cooperative could not be more aptly timed. There is real and palpable discontent in the land with our current systems of governance.

Progress takes patience

The Editor, Re: Progress borne of outrage, Editorial, Jan. 4. With regard to your editorial, you observed the protests across the globe have yet to bring about solutions.

Teachers to discuss further action

The Editor, As a teacher, I am very concerned that during 62 meetings since last June with the governments bargaining team, BCSPEA, they have offered nothing. The BCTF have dropped many of their demands in good faith.