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There has been a long series of tragic incidents in the city. At some point in time, we as a community need to ask ourselves why.
Public safety will be the dominant issue in Surrey's municipal election.
This election will, for the first time, see the mayor and council elected for four-year terms – a long time in municipal politics.
Referendum has a better chance of success if it is framed about building for the future.
The government doesn’t have to face voters for three years and is clearly fed up with the BCTF.
Spending must be managed, but it's too soon to cut back on enforcement that targets organized crime.
Could an incident like that in Lac-Megantic in 2013 take place in Surrey, Delta or White Rock?
People in Surrey and Delta need to think about the importance of the salmon runs to our province.
Cloverdale theatre has served as a beacon of generosity to people both near and far.
It is important to keep acute care for patients who are most in need of hospitalization, and to reduce reliance on emergency rooms.
Tree preservation has been a big issue in Surrey for years, and council has often fallen short.
Making a comeback won't be easy for former Surrey mayor, but conversation about ward system is worth having.
Maybe increasingly tight provincial control is causing more upheaval.
Operation has been under surveillance since 2012, and in one year operated from five different stash houses.
Lightly-used Southern Railway of B.C. line likely to host several trains a day over summer months.
A Linda Hepner-Barinder Rasode contest, with several other candidates thrown into the mix, will certainly be an interesting one.
But Metro mayors will have a tough sell trying to get approval from the public for new funding.
Surrey RCMP say a man was shot in the hand while driving in a residential area near 192 Street and 72 Avenue.
Baltej Singh Dhillon successfully lobbied to be the first RCMP member permitted to wear a turban.
The fact that B.C.’s gas prices are consistently the highest in the country is due solely to taxation.