Brenda Anderson

COLUMN: Let’s consider what we agree to think of as ‘normal’

Now that B.C. has officially entered Phase Two of measures to stem the spread of COVID-19, what exactly does that mean?

COLUMN: A word of thanks to the other frontline workers

Mental health professionals helping deal with emotional fallout of a global pandemic

OFF TOPIC: Walking the walk while talking the talk

Regular excercise with social interaction still possible - and necessary

White Rock brewery turns up the (alcohol by) volume in COVID-19 fight

3 Dogs Brewing is making hand sanitizer for frontline workers, general public

Sources Food Bank issues plea for donations amid COVID-19 crisis

Pick-up process adapted to maintain two-metre separation

COLUMN: Some sentiments don’t need to be expressed

Letter to the editor's vile contents not worth repeating

Business excellence on Semiahmoo Peninsula recognized at awards gala

SS&WR Chamber of Commerce 21st annual awards night held Feb. 12

COLUMN: Punches are flying in Surrey over ride-hailing, but it’s an uneven match

Like other businesses that face internet-based competition, the taxi industry must adapt

COLUMN: Winter still brings chills and thrills – just a different kind

Sliding on snow and ice was much more fun using a sled or skates

COLUMN: A time for making lists and major life changes

'Tis the season... of superlatives.

COLUMN: Feedback needn’t be a dirty word

Our new environmental columnist welcomes comments, but please remember she's a teen

VIDEO: Third person charged in death of Surrey teen Bhavkiran Dhesi

Inderdeep Kaur Deo facing charge of accessory after the fact to murder

COLUMN: When it comes to value, we each make the call

Response to column on landline cancellation came as bit of a surprise

Column: The (not so) true path to happiness

If sound advice isn't coming from a verified source, how much value can it really have?

Cruise-In rolls into Aldergrove next weekend

Police promise stepped-up enforcement to ensure family-friendly event remains safe

Inaugural Fraser Valley Comedy Festival drawing talent from across Canada

Two shows scheduled for Langley during nine-day festival in October

Letter: Pristine Township environment becoming a dumping ground

Editor: Something about riding a bike manages to slow time. You actually notice things that are lost when behind the wheel - birds dipping into bushes, the scent of freshly cut hay, or how sunlight plays off apple blossoms.

Township’s growing pains benefit community

Editor: Re "higher density in Langley has benefited only the developers" (The Times, March 30).

Tireless Langley volunteer and environmentalist passes away

Celebration of life for Rhys Griffiths will be held Feb. 10 at St George's Anglican Church

A challenge to common sense

If the Internet had existed in the 1930s, when people flicked on their tablets and smart phones they'd no doubt have been inundated with posts of teenagers taking the "Goldfish Challenge."