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There are lessons to learn from last weekend's storm, and hopefully decision-makers are taking heed.
Each Surrey Civic Treasure has contributed an enormous amount of time and energy to making Surrey a more vibrant place.
High salaries of leaders reveals Semiahmoo First Nation members deserve more.
While strides have been made reducing murders and other crimes, community involvement is key to cutting violent crime substantially
Peter Fassbender in perfect position to put long-term vision for transit authority into action.
The public needs to have confidence in police at all times in order for our system of law and order to function properly.
Using water wisely should be something we do automatically, regardless of the time of year.
Cutting senior executives may be a sign TransLink is doing the right thing – or it may be nothing but window dressing.
The one part of the mayors’ transit plan which is least likely to go ahead now is expansion of the bus fleet.
A vibrant small business culture exists here and it is a key part of the city’s overall economic activity.
Closures seem out of step amid the larger regional transportation plan.
The city put heritage preservation low on the priority list.
Voters may not be too engaged in federal politics right now, but the parties most certainly are.
B.C. is trying to keep its capital costs down, but that's hard to justify in areas like Surrey where growth is dramatic.
Fraser Surrey Docks could be used for other long-term, sustainable purposes.
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.
Anything that can boost trade with India would be good for the Canadian economy.
A string of horrific crimes in 2013 and 2014 focused public attention on the acute shortage of police officers.
From a population perspective, the city is currently under-represented by MLAs.
Situation in Surrey is 'just past the horse and buggy era.'