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by:ITATOUCH     2020-03-23
letters: city worker muzzled, transit, homeless, math scores, don cherry, smart meters, youthfulcities  -  collaborative learning tables
Who would believe that a city would be like this?
Here's a possible movie plot: a man who is hired by a city and plays a very junior role like sanitation worker who has worked there for 12 years.
In his own time, he decided to give back to the community by joining the community association and eventually becoming president.
The position taken by the city was opposed by the association and had nothing to do with his employment field.
The city then warned the man, in the pain of a possible termination, not to speak on behalf of the Association at a meeting of the park Council, to further punish him and make his working life intolerable, the man must file a complaint with the Human Rights Tribunal, which the city will object. Nah.
No one will believe.
Tom Simmons, suburban subsidized Vancouver transportation why suburban commuters are rarely public-
Always expect to subsidize transit options through the only higher fare transit service levels that Vancouver enjoys?
We need to have an honest discussion about the level of service in Vancouver and the cost of the rest of the system.
TransLink and the province will take a long time to look closely at how long they will get rid of the tax imposed on commuters and outside cities to generate income to feed the Vancouver beast.
There should always be money that is not available
Vancouver project.
Andy Yaworski, surrey show some heartI have seen NIMBYs raise their ugly head again in East Hastings, opening a temporary homeless shelter at the old Ramada hotel.
Suggesting that all homeless people are drug addicts, there is no basis for drunk people.
Some of them are at work but have no permanent residence.
These people should have the opportunity to re-integrate, not to be avoided.
Pelesque, Chilliwack should we wait until we are the worst?
While high school students in Canada are lagging behind in math, reading and science, our education system is still hell --
We are committed to moving away from traditional teaching methods to projects --
Whatever that means, based on learning.
It would make sense if group cooperative learning led the children to learn their schedule.
However, it often offers children a greater opportunity to chat, listen to music or text their friends.
Let's face it. traditional teachers are often more strict and observant, and don't spend time sitting behind a computer screen.
I think we need to touch the bottom before things change.
The latest report shows that we are moving smoothly.
On Foster Hewitt Hockey Night in Canada, Don Chary is a pain-provoking substitute.
As your editorial points out, his bias and rude comments may appeal to his fans, but the game lost the audience before he died, including me and my father.
The cherry is rough, of course not "Sir.
As his self will convince us.
He hung up his coat and the collar of the cyborg.
The joke has already begun.
Barbara Ewatt, the Maple Journal questions your Don Cherry editorial about the drop in ratings after the first phase of Coach's Corner.
No one mentioned that this is when many men are dragged and kicked, screaming away from the game, ready to take their important people out for dinner.
According to Cherry's point of view, Pete medosom Don Pugsley has long held the same point of view of Don Cherry as expressed in your editorial.
When he showed up, I was one of those viewers who changed the channel.
His prejudice against Canada and Spain has been on our faces for a long time.
I have a few friends who live and die based on Cherry's opinion and they don't like it when I tell them what I think.
Chilo'byrne, Peter Rose, the illogical Leite reader at chilliwack, needs to consider the fact that the health effects of exposure to radiation are cumulative.
It is recommended that we have been exposed from other sources, so there is no point in worrying about smart meters.
Scott Henderson, ververwe did not study that youveri was the research director of the Youth City, the subject of a recent editorial.
I would like to point out that Vancouver was not included in the first year of the study.
We include 25 cities, more or less the largest in terms of the population of the world's five regions this year.
We fully intend to include Vancouver in our 2015 index.
Because Vancouver is not in our 2014 index, our work does not reflect your claim that Vancouver is not attractive to young people.
While I agree with your comment that low income and high cost of living are not attractive to young people, the minimum wage in Vancouver is relatively high compared to many cities we study, although not living wages.
Matthew Cosgrove in Toronto--
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