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Many people in our communities can’t even afford to buy their own medications for diseases – and they weren’t given a choice if they wanted it or not.
While addicts are people and have rights, so do all the other people in the area have the right to a neighbourhood that is clean, free of open drug dealing, with sidewalks and lit streets.
I am outraged that we can’t let our children play outside in our yards – or in a public playground – because they may get hurt by some drug addict’s used drug paraphernalia or their excrement.
As someone who lives in Whalley, letters like the one I just read in the Now-Leader misrepresent my amazing neighbourhood.
I left Surrey in 2001 because of the huge number of problems. I hate to say it but I’m going to leave again – as soon as possible. This place is even worse than when I left.
Open letter to the mayor and council of Surrey. I am heartbroken.
Editor: Re: Cruise In move to Aldergrove I don’t remember anyone asking…
It was great to see a journalist actually recounting the ridiculous nature of these Trump Tower protesters
It's outrageous that many drivers don't use proper tires, and worse for those who have no experience driving in winter to be on road.
I love the people in our community and I look back at my time serving the residents of Surrey fondly.
Clearing residential streets is important in such a car-dependent community. But so is keeping transit riders safe and uninjured.
Why is the city building speciality pools that are too cold for many to use?