Opinion

ZYTARUK: Sleep well, friends. Because insomnia bites

There are no less than 85 known sleep disorders out there

  • Mar 23rd, 2017

BC VIEWS: A graveyard of political visions

BC Liberals as cynical as ever, Greens and NDP target industry with endangered species legislation

  • Mar 21st, 2017

LETTER: Bridge to replace Massey Tunnel not a done deal

Rick Millikan holds out hope that politicians will come around to the idea of replacing the George Massey Tunnel with two new tunnels.

  • Mar 17th, 2017
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          LETTER: Money spent on Delta highways should be used to restore Burns Bog

          Don DeMille argues there's more value in restoring the bog than there is shaving a few minutes of people's commutes.

          • Mar 17th, 2017

          LETTER: BC Liberals using Delta transition house to get votes

          Reader R. Humphreys finds the timing of, and circumstances surrounding, the announcement of funding for the transition house suspect.

          • Mar 16th, 2017

          SIMPSON: Hey politicians, stop the masquerade – your project is actually old news

          Politicians love getting the biggest bang for their buck when it comes to making announcements, especially in election years.

          BC VIEWS: Bonus baths for B.C. seniors

          Health Minister Terry Lake blames Ottawa for delay in increasing care home staff, but that doesn't add up

          SIMPSON: Being ranked builds character for young ball players but at the office? No thanks.

          If someone assessed me in the newsroom the other day, I would have been sent to the minors in a heartbeat

          BC VIEWS: Fake news and the blood system

          Labour groups claim paid donations to supply plasma-derived drugs are a health hazard, but BC already uses them from the U.S.

          • Mar 7th, 2017

          LETTER: Government mental health plan good for youth

          Angela Giesbrecht of North Delta applauds the B.C. government's recent announcement of a three-year mental health plan.

          • Mar 6th, 2017

          COLUMN: Explore Irish-Canadian authors this month at the Mackie Library

          Frances Thomson, community librarian at the George Mackie Library, has some book recommendations to help celebrate St. Patrick's Day.

          COLUMN: Let’s move past first-past-the-post

          North Delta Reporter editor James Smith makes his case for adopting a system of proportional representation to replace first-past-the-post.

          COLUMN: Toll review drags on

          The public will need to exert considerable pressure on politicians for a fair bridge fee policy.

          BC VIEWS: Making health care ‘free’ again

          Premier Christy Clark and Finance Minister Mike de Jong said MSP premiums send an important signal. Not any more

          • Feb 28th, 2017

          COLUMN: Delta Police Department sees increase in mental health-related calls

          DPD Chief Neil Dubord says more resources are needed to address the cause of the problem rather than the consequences.

          BC VIEWS: Zombie HST and other tax tales

          Could some version of the harmonized sales tax return to B.C.? If Christy Clark is re-elected, it's possible

          • Feb 21st, 2017

          COLUMN: The great democracy debate

          Columnist ML Burke casts her vote for proportional representation as a replacement for our current first-past-the-post electoral system.

          LETTER: Human-caused climate change isn’t ‘propaganda’

          Laura Sacks takes umbrage with Black Press columnist Tom Fletcher's piece “Voters Guide to Carbon Taxes.”

          • Feb 17th, 2017

          ZYTARUK: It’s people, and not ideas, that require protection here

          The Liberals' so-called anti-Islamaphobia motion as it stands is no doubt well-intentioned but it is not well-wrought.

          • Feb 16th, 2017

          SIMPSON: Broken promises (Trudeau) have given rise to a new kind of politician (Trump)

          Our American neighbours find themselves shocked that someone they just made president is actually doing what he said he would do.