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Reader R. Humphreys finds the timing of, and circumstances surrounding, the announcement of funding for the transition house suspect.
Angela Giesbrecht of North Delta applauds the B.C. government's recent announcement of a three-year mental health plan.
Laura Sacks takes umbrage with Black Press columnist Tom Fletcher's piece “Voters Guide to Carbon Taxes.”
Rev. Cari Copeman-Haynes of North Delta's Crossroads United Church calls on Canadians to defend the freedoms of those most vulnerable.
Reader Gary Swartz responds to another reader's letter regarding the proposed rezoning of Sunshine Village.
Richard Hobbs answers some of the questions posed in another reader's letter regarding the proposed rezoning of Sunshine Village.
Sunshine Village resident Gary Swartz argues against the proposed rezoning of the neighbourhood, warning of its potential consequences.
North Delta resident Greg Brown takes exception to the pace with which streets in the community are being cleared of ice and snow.
Jennifer Siddon, senior manager of corporate communications for Woodfibre LNG Limited, sets the record straight about the project.
Fred McCreath of White Rock argues the Supreme Court of Canada went too far in its ruling in favour of the B.C. Teachers' Federation.
Larry Miller says Woodfibre LNG will cost more money than it makes.
Readers react to the recent news that the BCLC has chosen Delta as the site for a new gaming facility in the South of Fraser region.
Reader Don DeMille writes that we should feel guilty as well as grateful for the sacrifices made by so many.
Terry Taylor says coyotes are here to stay so North Deltans like Jimmy ("Coyotes pose a real danger," NDR No. 15, Oct. 13) need to accept it
Readers from Bella Bella to Victoria respond to Tom Fletcher's column on reaction to the sinking of a tugboat on B.C.'s Central Coast
North Delta resident Jimmy urges the Corporation of Delta to do something about all the coyotes running around town.
Allan Woodbury says the trees planted along NorDel Way will cause more lane closures down the line.