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Peace Arch News columnist Frank Bucholtz hands out some end-of-year gifts for local politicians.
A long-term regional plan must be devised for the busy commuter route,says columnist and former Times editor, Frank Bucholtz
The decision by the federal Liberals to twin the Kinder Morgan oil pipeline has prompted criticism, especially in B.C.
City needs to find parking solution before September
U.S. politics, future of B.C. Liberals among topics at Rich Coleman's 20th annual fundraiser
Survey shows most seniors are satisfied with their current housing situation, but a significant number have challenges with affordability.
Despite a gang war that continues throughout the province, Surrey's violent crime numbers are down this year.
Retired Times editor and political blogger Frank Bucholtz says Langley would benefit more from faster SkyTrain option than LRT
Plenty of food for thought when it comes to finding solutions to Marine Drive restuarants' issues.
Surrey's call for a poverty-reduction plan needs to be heeded by the province.
Nineteen-year-old North Delta resident Kory Loos was previously denied medical insurance coverage of Lemtrada, a new treatment for MS.
Surrey's representation in the provincial legislature will change significantly after the next election.
The federal government needs to show leadership and undertake constitutional obligations to supply the needs of First Nations people.
The homelessness issue in Langley isn’t going away, and in fact is…
Initiative to promote Surrey agriculture is a good idea, writes columnist Frank Bucholtz.
A development proposal in South Surrey brings up many important questions requiring answers, writes Frank Bucholtz.
Chief Neil Dubord talks about his first year as Delta's top cop and what makes the department - and the community - different.
Cities on their own don't have the resources to address the issue, writes columnist Frank Bucholtz
There is no better example of what White Rock once was than the homes and vintage apartment building in West Beach.
The family would like to see some sort of memorial to veterans continue at the site.