Frank Bucholtz

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.

Delta seniors weigh in on housing needs

Survey shows most seniors are satisfied with their current housing situation, but a significant number have challenges with affordability.

Delta seniors weigh in on housing needs

Survey shows most seniors are satisfied with their current housing situation, but a significant number have challenges with affordability.

North Delta teen gets MS treatment after insurer has change of heart

Nineteen-year-old North Delta resident Kory Loos was previously denied medical insurance coverage of Lemtrada, a new treatment for MS.

North Delta teen gets MS treatment after insurer has change of heart

Nineteen-year-old North Delta resident Kory Loos was previously denied medical insurance coverage of Lemtrada, a new treatment for MS.

North Delta family seeks help paying for drug to treat MS

Christa Fox is trying to raise $60,000 for Lemtrada, a drug that could help her son Kory live symptom free.

North Delta family seeks help paying for drug to treat MS

Christa Fox is trying to raise $60,000 for Lemtrada, a drug that could help her son Kory live symptom free.

Focus on relationships makes Delta Police Department different, says chief

Chief Neil Dubord talks about his first year as Delta's top cop and what makes the department - and the community - different.

Focus on relationships makes Delta Police Department different, says chief

Chief Neil Dubord talks about his first year as Delta's top cop and what makes the department - and the community - different.

COLUMN: Preserve spirit of ‘Charlie’s Tree’

The family would like to see some sort of memorial to veterans continue at the site.

COLUMN: Housing issue left alone too long

Renters and housing advocates must insist that work begin right away on building new rental housing.

Looking back with Delta Mayor Lois Jackson

Mayor Jackson reflects on over four decades of public service, being the first woman on council and one of Delta's longest-serving mayors.

Looking back with Delta Mayor Lois Jackson

Mayor Jackson reflects on over four decades of public service, being the first woman on council and one of Delta's longest-serving mayors.

Seaquam Secondary students win UN-sponsored competition

Six students from North Delta's Seaquam Secondary School among winners of the Young Reporters for the Environment competition in Canada.

Seaquam Secondary students win UN-sponsored competition

Six students from North Delta's Seaquam Secondary School among winners of the Young Reporters for the Environment competition in Canada.

North Delta student awarded scholarship to explore the Arctic

Abhayjeet Sachal, a grade 10 student at Seaquam Secondary, receives $12,000 scholarship to explore the Arctic with Students on Ice.