An RCAF helicopter surveys the scene after rainstorms lashed British Columbia, triggering landslides and floods, shutting highways, in Abbottsford, B.C., Nov. 21, 2021. (Jennifer Gauthier, pool/CP)

Canada’s economy won’t prosper without climate change investments

Opinion: The B.C. floods remind us of the consequences of ignoring the need for investment into infrastructure
In an effort to curb moss on the rooftops, a contractor sprinkled them with Tide; the result was green spaces overrun with suds

Using Tide to kill roof moss is a bad idea. Some B.C. condo owners learned that the hard way.

An estimated 100 kilograms of the detergent was sprinkled over some 120 rooftops. Soon after began what might be described as a suds-flood.
The value of giving in the valley

Are members of organized religions inherently more generous?

Why faith may explain why Abbotsford, B.C., is Canada’s most generous city