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Potty-mouth politics vexes

The spirit of seasonal goodwill has not been in evidence in our national House of Commons this week as debates degenerated into some distinctly unparliamentary comments.

Is city prepared for Onni damage?

The Editor, I am writing in reference to the work Onni has undertaken on Bayview Street.

Crime bill political not practical

The Editor, Re: "Public backs crime bill: Findlay," News, Dec. 14.

City needs more festive decorations

The Editor, Re: "Where's the Christmas cheer?" Letters, Dec. 16. I am in total agreement with Mr. Hoo. I too have been wondering why our "Christmas ambience" has been disappearing.

City needs more festive decorations

The Editor, Re: Wheres the Christmas cheer? Letters, Dec. 16. I am in total agreement with Mr. Hoo. I too have been wondering why our Christmas ambience has been disappearing.

A compromise may benefit teachers federation

The deal recently hammered out between school support unions and their employer potentially contains both good and bad news for the one union that never seems to get a deal the B.C. Teachers Federation.

Is city prepared for Onni damage?

The Editor, I am writing in reference to the work Onni has undertaken on Bayview Street.

Harper, listen to real majority

The Editor, Re: Public backs crime bill: Findlay, News, Dec. 14.

Consider what it really means to be wealthy

Christmas has little to do with the gifts we receive. I hope my wife will forgive me for that statement, as shes spent most of her free time these past weeks helping out jolly Old St. Nick.

Sock wars continue as schools begin delivery

The Editor, High school students who participate in the First Responder Program in Richmond and Vancouver will be delivering over 4,000 pairs of socks, underwear and sweaters to St. Pauls Emergency and Covenant House Wednesday, Dec. 21.
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