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Effects of Vancouver-Whistler Games still being felt across the Lower Mainland
The retail industry is shifting dramatically, and a story by Black Press Media reporter Tom Zytaruk - which was published in last Friday's Peace Arch News - rekindled memories of how change is not a new thing. It's a constant.
The business case for SkyTrain along Fraser Highway to Fleetwood, Clayton and Langley City has been made - and it's a strong one. The line will be a key element in helping move the additional 420,000 people expected in the South of Fraser region between now and 2050.
Ride-hailing is now operating in B.C., in a lightning-quick response to the Passenger Transportation Board's approval Jan. 23 of applications by ride-hailing giants Uber and Lyft. The next day, both companies were already offering rides in a number of areas of Vancouver.
A Surrey-based group is doing excellent work in assisting newer Canadians to become more fully-engaged citizens and community members.
Columnist Frank Bucholtz says helping new Canadians 'participate in the community is a great objective'
Leadership is as crucial in politics as it is in every other area of life. Yet politicians and, in particular, party leaders and mayors, often don't measure up in this most important role. Poor leadership impacts other politicians and it impacts the public. It also impacts our communities.
It was quite a year.
Usually when Christmas approaches, Santa Claus sits down with me to discuss some of the gifts he is bringing to Surrey and White Rock news makers.
Courtesy of a major financial commitment by the NDP government, Surrey is taking a large step in the right direction. A second hospital will be built in the city - something that is long overdue.
Six Surrey NDP MLAs should urge Farnworth to change his mind
Draft budget's singular focus makes Surrey council members' home address relevant
A city like Surrey, which is fast-growing, diverse and in a constant state of change, needs good leaders.
For years, Richmond, Delta, Surrey, White Rock and Langley had one MLA. After May 9, there’ll be 17.
There are important points that all of us, no matter our ethnic or religious backgrounds, can draw from Vaisakhi.
Housing issues will be key during election campaign
Announcement of transit funds for Surrey is a good start but more needs to be done.
A fast-growing Surrey will need to have a print newspaper with a strong digital presence for many years to come.
Surrey residents are raising concerns about further intrusions on the Green Timbers urban forest