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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
Surrey students deserve the full resources which will be made available under the terms of the new agreement.
After a 15-year battle between the province and teachers, the next step needs to be adding classroom space for students.
New high-speed passenger line could offer a viable alternative to driving or flying between Vancouver, Seattle and Portland.
The public will need to exert considerable pressure on politicians for a fair bridge fee policy.
The best time to apply pressure to any government is just before an election – not afterwards, writes columnist Frank Bucholtz
City's new rules should lead to a reduction in serious canine attacks.
Columnist and retired Times editor, Frank Bucholtz, weighs in on Tuesday's budget and what it will mean for Langley residents
Broken promise on electoral reform will be a factor in the next election.
Federal Liberals promised electoral reform during the last election campaign.
$217 million in provincial funding will provide space for 5,200 students, both in new schools and additions.
Tolls, bridge crowding and time spent commuting are major issues going into the spring provincial election.
Debate over Kinder Morgan project will continue, as it will be a major issue in the provincial election.
Some background on the homeowners’ grant is helpful in understanding its significant political potency.
The homeowner grant was first introduced by premier W.A.C. Bennnett in 1957.
It's now a big city in terms of population and its city centre has taken shape.
The year 2017 will be one of growth and change in Cloverdale.