Frank Bucholtz

COLUMN: Find wisdom in the wind

There are lessons to learn from last weekend's storm, and hopefully decision-makers are taking heed.

COLUMN: The true spirit of Surrey

Each Surrey Civic Treasure has contributed an enormous amount of time and energy to making Surrey a more vibrant place.

COLUMN: The value of First Nations treaties

High salaries of leaders reveals Semiahmoo First Nation members deserve more.

COLUMN: Crime will not relent

While strides have been made reducing murders and other crimes, community involvement is key to cutting violent crime substantially

COLUMN: A fresh start for TransLink

Peter Fassbender in perfect position to put long-term vision for transit authority into action.

COLUMN: Police oversight a must

The public needs to have confidence in police at all times in order for our system of law and order to function properly.

COLUMN: Water is too precious to waste

Using water wisely should be something we do automatically, regardless of the time of year.

COLUMN: TransLink taking steps in the right cost-cutting direction?

Cutting senior executives may be a sign TransLink is doing the right thing – or it may be nothing but window dressing.

COLUMN: Bus riders left stranded

The one part of the mayors’ transit plan which is least likely to go ahead now is expansion of the bus fleet.

COLUMN: Set up shop in Surrey

A vibrant small business culture exists here and it is a key part of the city’s overall economic activity.

COLUMN: Propping up the Pattullo

Closures seem out of step amid the larger regional transportation plan.

COLUMN: Surrey, respect your past

The city put heritage preservation low on the priority list.

COLUMN: Federal campaign in full swing

Voters may not be too engaged in federal politics right now, but the parties most certainly are.

COLUMN: School crunch continues

B.C. is trying to keep its capital costs down, but that's hard to justify in areas like Surrey where growth is dramatic.

COLUMN: Coal a sunset industry

Fraser Surrey Docks could be used for other long-term, sustainable purposes.

COLUMN: From tragedy to action

People who know anything about Surrey's recent shootings need to call police and help them bring this needless drug war to a quick end.

COLUMN: Visit from Indian prime minister puts Surrey on the international map

Anything that can boost trade with India would be good for the Canadian economy.

COLUMN: Making Surrey safer

A string of horrific crimes in 2013 and 2014 focused public attention on the acute shortage of police officers.

COLUMN: Surrey is getting shortchanged

From a population perspective, the city is currently under-represented by MLAs.

COLUMN: Lots of promises have been made for transit

Situation in Surrey is 'just past the horse and buggy era.'