Frank Bucholtz

Surrey-White Rock group serves as a bridge to Canadian society

Columnist Frank Bucholtz says helping new Canadians ‘participate in the community is a great objective’

B.C. VIEWS: Few clouds on Horgan’s horizon

Horgan’s biggest challenge in the remainder of his term will be to keep the economy humming along

FRANKLY SPEAKING: Leadership is crucial in politics

Columnist Frank Bucholtz talks about the importance of leadership in politics and life

B.C. VIEWS: Magnetic interest in latest property prices

In recent years, property owners have pored over assessments much more closely

B.C. VIEWS: An unpredictable year ahead

B.C. economy continues to do well generally, with low unemployment rates and good job creation numbers

B.C. VIEWS: An engine that hums right along

First Nations are leading a new surge of investment in B.C.

B.C. VIEWS: Regulating fuel prices not a new idea

Fuel prices seem to remain stubbornly high in many places of B.C.

B.C. VIEWS: Transportation options can be few

Frank Bucholtz is a columnist and former editor with Black Press Media

The Leader: In business 88 years

A fast-growing Surrey will need to have a print newspaper with a strong digital presence for many years to come.

COLUMN: Teachers’ deal with province impacts B.C.’s biggest district

Surrey students deserve the full resources which will be made available under the terms of the new agreement.

Cloverdale Legion celebrates 90 years

The first part of a four part series looking back at the Cloverdale Legion’s 90-year history.

COLUMN: Rail lines for the future

New high-speed passenger line could offer a viable alternative to driving or flying between Vancouver, Seattle and Portland.

COLUMN: Toll review drags on

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

COLUMN: Surrey’s new dog bylaw is barking up the right tree

City's new rules should lead to a reduction in serious canine attacks.

COLUMN: Will voters punish federal Liberals?

Broken promise on electoral reform will be a factor in the next election.

COLUMN: A welcome boost for Surrey schools

$217 million in provincial funding will provide space for 5,200 students, both in new schools and additions.

COLUMN: Pre-election posturing

Tolls, bridge crowding and time spent commuting are major issues going into the spring provincial election.

COLUMN: Pipeline not a done deal

Debate over Kinder Morgan project will continue, as it will be a major issue in the provincial election.

EDITORIAL: Old political goodie still works

Some background on the homeowners’ grant is helpful in understanding its significant political potency.

COLUMN: Surrey no longer an awkward teen

It's now a big city in terms of population and its city centre has taken shape.