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Smart meter radiation miniscule

Smart meter radiation miniscule

The Editor, A "Smart Meter" sends its data back to BC Hydro once each day. It takes about one minute of transmitting time to do that. The radio signal is emitted away from the wall, not into the home.
Vote for candidates, not parties

Vote for candidates, not parties

The Editor, Of the three people who ran in John Cummins' riding, Cummins said he'd like his successor to be the candidate who would do the best job of representing the concerns of all the people in that riding, regardless of which party the candidate
Listen to occupiers first, then act

Listen to occupiers first, then act

The Editor, Re: "Relax, defuse hostility," News Nov. 4. About defusing anger and hostility between persons, Danielle Aldcorn is right. Surely the same approach must be used to deal with the Occupy Vancouver people.
Premier holds Heed's fate

Premier holds Heed's fate

It was fitting that the latest chapter in the Kash Heed saga unfolded close to Halloween. Every time we think this political story has had a stake driven through its heart, like a vampire, it comes back to life.
Children ignored this election

Children ignored this election

The Editor, I was very disappointed after reading the candidate profiles for the upcoming Richmond municipal election.
CLBC needs an independent inquiry

CLBC needs an independent inquiry

The ongoing train wreck that has become Community Living B.C. threatens to shred Premier Christy Clark's so-called "families first" agenda of all credibility.
911 hears call to change

911 hears call to change

The Editor, Re: "Deaf's 911 calls must be heard," Letters, Oct. 28. As the regional 911 answer point, we share Mr. Stewart's desire to see new and better ways for the deaf community to access 911 services, including contact through mobile devices.
Tree bylaw needs teeth

Tree bylaw needs teeth

The Editor; Re: "Monster homes eat trees," Letters, Nov. 4.
911 hears call to change

911 hears call to change

The Editor, Re: Deafs 911 calls must be heard, Letters, Oct. 28. As the regional 911 answer point, we share Mr. Stewarts desire to see new and better ways for the deaf community to access 911 services, including contact through mobile devices.
Listen to occupiers first, then act

Listen to occupiers first, then act

The Editor, Re: Relax, defuse hostility, News Nov. 4. About defusing anger and hostility between persons, Danielle Aldcorn is right. Surely the same approach must be used to deal with the Occupy Vancouver people.