Tricia Leslie

COLUMN: Longboarding bans not helping the issue

Why is this 'dangerous' activity being singled out by municipal councils?

Burnaby to improve buildings’ green performance

Now the city is moving forward with the second phase, which is intended to reduce energy and CO2 emission even more.

Greenest facility ‘on the planet’ opens doors at UniverCity

Childcare facility on Burnaby mountain 'resets the bar' for sustainability

Cloverdale author pens internet bestseller

Online sales have been phenomenal for Martin Crosbie's fictional story, My Temporary Life.

‘He was a remarkable person’

Tributes pour in to Facebook memorial for Langley teen, Kato Burgess, who died Sunday after reportedly taking ecstasy

Highway 1/Port Mann project on time, on budget

New bridge set to open in late 2012 or early 2013.

Surgical wait times longest in 18 years in Canada

More surgeries than ever before being performed in B.C., health ministry says.

Tweet away about roadblocks, police say

Social media users are warning others about CounterAttack locations.

Surrey MP third-highest spender in province

Leaflets are 'where the fault lies,' Nina Grewal says.

Anesthesiologists plan service withdrawal, despite gov’t announcement

Province agrees to 24/7 obstetrical anesthesia at the same time as B.C. Anesthesiologists' Society threatens spring job action.

Making Christmas bright for Surrey’s less-fortunate

Surrey Christmas Bureau sees a rise in residents needing holiday help this season.

Surrey Food Bank hoping for generosity

'Feeding yourself and your family is such a basic need,' executive director says.

Jail term sought for asbestos violator

Contractor repeatedly exposed workers to hazardous materials, says WorkSafe BC.

32 Ave Alliance ’embarrassed’ by lack of Surrey letter

Concerned citizens who want 32 Avenue removed as a designated truck route appeared before the TransLink board Wednesday.

High salaries spur calls for ICBC review

'ICBC is broken ... and needs to be fixed,' says NDP critic.

Another suspected Surrey rioter charged

Police force steps up to help Stanley Cup riot investigation team.

Montreal massacre victims remembered in Surrey

Ceremony held at Kwantlen Polytechnic University campuses today, another planned at Holland Park Tuesday night.

Teen who fatally stabbed Surrey man apologizes in court

Family of victim Sam McGowan says killer's words are meaningless; youth's sentencing scheduled for January.

Border crossings for truckers more timely since 9/11

Increased security measures improved flow at Pacific Highway crossing, says former trucking manager.

Full steam ahead for full-day kindergarten

Longer, six-hour program benefits children, say Surrey and Delta educators.