Frank Bucholtz

Scott Anderson named Green candidate in Cloverdale-Langley City

The latest candidate in the new riding is Scott Anderson, a 44-year-old businessman with feet in both the Surrey and Langley.

COLUMN: City hypocritical on tolls

Surrey residents are getting hammered by Port Mann and Golden Ears bridge fees – yet council supports a tolled Pattullo.

COLUMN: Mail theft is on the rise

While some bills and other items can come by e-mail, the target of many thieves seems to be credit and debit cards.

Reasons to vote ‘yes’ outlined in Langley

A forum Wednesday night featured speakers and information from the 'yes' campaign on the transportation and transit referendum.

COLUMN: Election spending matters

After an expensive municipal campaign in Surrey, it's important to know who contributed to the various candidates.

COLUMN: Crime stays top of mind

There's good reason why Surrey residents are worried about their personal safety.

COLUMN: Terrorism comes into focus

Accused Surrey bomb-plotters and attacks on Canadian soil have brought the issue of security to the forefront.

COLUMN: Surprise! Tolls are unloved

The province needs to do a major overview of its tolling policies.

COLUMN: A man with a heart of gold

Surrey's Al Cleaver loved his community and will be greatly missed.

COLUMN: More transit, fewer trees?

Green Timbers Urban Forest could be at risk if new LRT plans for Surrey come to fruition.

COLUMN: No quick answer for crime

It seems the problems grow at a faster pace than the solutions.

COLUMN: Levy not a nice surprise

Surrey's new $100 culture and recreation tax was not mentioned during the recent municipal election campaign.

COLUMN: Growth does not come cheaply

However, even with the hefty development cost charges, many city services are having a tough time keeping up.

COLUMN: Unpopular tax hikes loom

Car tax a tough sell in Surrey, Langley and Delta, considering poor levels of transit.

COLUMN: Virk still has a lot to offer

Surrey-Tynehead MLA and minister of advanced education should be moved to another portfolio.

COLUMN: Surrey is a one-party fifedom

Endorsements from Dianne Watts and a well-oiled campaign machine ensured Surrey First and Surrey First Education took the election.

Dean Drysdale wins Conservative nomination in Cloverdale-Langley City

Former Langley Township councillor wins on third round of balloting.

Conservative nomination race loses two contenders

The candidate in Cloverdale-Langley City will be picked Saturday, but Gurmant Grewal and Paul Brar will not be in the running.

Empty coal trains to continue travelling on lightly-used SRY line in North Langley until Nov. 30

A detour of empty BNSF coal trains has been extended past the original end date of Oct. 15. Several trains a day using lightly-used line.

COLUMN: Surrey is barely making the grade

Study shows city is struggling in important areas such as safety, transportation, housing and standard of living.