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The holiday season and Remembrance Day poppies don’t mix – and nor should they
On Remembrance Day we say, “lest we forget,” yet it seems we have forgotten in too many cases
Money that should be used to improve education is being used to scrub away graffiti and fix windows
Whether you’re behind the wheel on Halloween or annoyed by firecrackers, here are a few tips
As morning commutes get more dangerous, we hope our website won’t be filled with tragedy as winter looms
City of Surrey, the ball’s in your court. It’s complicated but one thing’s clear – evicting hundreds isn’t the answer.
‘Now-Leader’ staff tossed off a list of some things we are thankful for here in Surrey
We can only hope this latest killing will have greater impact to effect change
Condemnation of drive-by shootings must be comprehensive and universal
Whatever MP Dianne Watts’s says at Sunday’s ‘important announcement’ to invited guests, it affects you
Vague provincial assessments do not help students prepare for the real world
Even though David Suzuki admits he ‘doesn’t know a thing about Surrey,’ it sounds like someone did a good job briefing him
Break claws and legs off living crabs and chuck the poor creatures back in the drink? Unbelievable.
Schools in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows are trying to stuff the genie back in the bottle
If this pattern of idiocy continues in Surrey, it’s only a matter of time before innocent victims die
Quotes from the past show we aren’t getting anywhere when it comes to Surrey’s never-ending cycle of violence
Before the election, the NDP talked a big game about ridding Surrey of school portables. Now we hear nothing but crickets.
Whatever solutions are explored – one thing is clear: We will be waiting longer and/or paying more for much-needed infrastructure in Surrey.
As her condition worsens, Elsa Nega needs help taking care of her children, but getting here has proven needlessly difficult for her siblings
Province should measure impact of 50-cent hike in minimum wage before promising to jump to $15