Tricia Leslie

COLUMN: Longboarding bans not helping the issue

Why is this 'dangerous' activity being singled out by municipal councils?

Artificial is a good thing at Aldergrove Park

Things are shaping up nicely at Aldergrove Athletic Park

Cloverdale author pens internet bestseller

Online sales have been phenomenal for Martin Crosbie's fictional story, My Temporary Life.

Township council gets capital projects overview

A major project for the Township will be the Mufford overpass, for which the Township anticipates borrowing $24 million.

This is Davis country

Langley pioneer Hugh Davis reflects on how life has changed in the region over the past 80-plus years

Township residents could see 2.7 per cent property tax increase in 2012

‘You are at a disadvantage when you don’t have a casino,’ says finance director

Public questions ‘University District’ at TWU

Retaining agricultural land important, residents tell Langley Township council

Lining up for Kindergarten a ‘new reality’ for Willoughby

Parents go winter camping as they line up to register for Kindergarten spaces at R.C. Garnett Elementary School

Highway 1/Port Mann project on time, on budget

New bridge set to open in late 2012 or early 2013.

Surgical wait times longest in 18 years in Canada

More surgeries than ever before being performed in B.C., health ministry says.

Tweet away about roadblocks, police say

Social media users are warning others about CounterAttack locations.

Anesthesiologists plan service withdrawal, despite gov’t announcement

Province agrees to 24/7 obstetrical anesthesia at the same time as B.C. Anesthesiologists' Society threatens spring job action.

Making Christmas bright for Surrey’s less-fortunate

Surrey Christmas Bureau sees a rise in residents needing holiday help this season.

Surrey Food Bank hoping for generosity

'Feeding yourself and your family is such a basic need,' executive director says.

Jail term sought for asbestos violator

Contractor repeatedly exposed workers to hazardous materials, says WorkSafe BC.

High salaries spur calls for ICBC review

'ICBC is broken ... and needs to be fixed,' says NDP critic.

Another suspected Surrey rioter charged

Police force steps up to help Stanley Cup riot investigation team.

Montreal massacre victims remembered in Surrey

Ceremony held at Kwantlen Polytechnic University campuses today, another planned at Holland Park Tuesday night.

Teen who fatally stabbed Surrey man apologizes in court

Family of victim Sam McGowan says killer's words are meaningless; youth's sentencing scheduled for January.

COLUMN: Discrimination starts a slippery slide

Last month, Health Minister Mike de Jong floated the idea of charging smokers extra MSP premiums – though the idea was quickly opposed by Premier Christy Clark.