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Canadians pounce on cat-ownership opportunities during pandemic: poll

Canadians pounce on cat-ownership opportunities during pandemic: poll

Eighteen per cent of cat owners brought pets into their households after the advent of COVID-19.
Letter: A love letter from B.I. Football Club

Letter: A love letter from B.I. Football Club

'This is a love letter, from the club president, to those who have ensured BIFC was able to provide all that it did this year
'Infectious as well': We need to be practising kindness

'Infectious as well': We need to be practising kindness

'If we could truly take this surge of kindness to heart and practise random acts of kindness all the time, it would be balm for healing some of the difficult situations we face.'
Rising number of Canadians ready to rethink country's relationship with the monarchy: poll

Rising number of Canadians ready to rethink country's relationship with the monarchy: poll

Prince Charles remains royally unpopular with Canadians.
Opinion: It's time to ditch school dress codes for good

Opinion: It's time to ditch school dress codes for good

Sexist dress codes continue to perpetuate rape culture. Throw in racism and classism, and it's time to move B.C. schools' policies into the 21st century.
Opinion: The legend of how the Sea to Sky mountains were created

Opinion: The legend of how the Sea to Sky mountains were created

Forever leaving their bodies behind, residing on this Earth while the giants are in the next stage of life. Today, those lifeless bodies are known as our mountains.
Poll sniffs out rise in dog ownership during pandemic

Poll sniffs out rise in dog ownership during pandemic

More than one in 10 Canadian dog owners have had their pet for less than a year.
Slow reopening of the economy still backed by majority in B.C.

Slow reopening of the economy still backed by majority in B.C.

Most British Columbians want to deal with the pandemic gradually.
Two-thirds of Canadians oppose export of live horses for meat

Two-thirds of Canadians oppose export of live horses for meat

Since 2013, more than 30,000 Canadian horses have been sent to Japan and South Korea for human consumption.
Appetite for independence varies widely among western provinces

Appetite for independence varies widely among western provinces

Only 12% of British Columbians are in favour of lopping three westernmost provinces off from the rest of Canada.