Letters to the Editor
Editor: Re: Province on board for rail relocation, Feb. 10.
Editor: The White Rock and Surrey Writers’ Club recommended my sending to your newspaper the following tribute to the City of White Rock.
Editor: Re: High-speed rail plan not without its curves, March 8 column.
Editor: I have made a shocking discovery. Many of the magazines in many medical offices carry tobacco advertising.
Editor: At the age of 70, I still enjoy all kinds of movies including a good action with great special effects.
Editor: May 9th election in British Columbia should be of the people, by the people and for the people of British Columbia!
Editor: I don’t understand why the parking has to be such an issue on the White Rock waterfront.
Editor: I rolled my eyes at another complaint about White Rock beach and the train… or lack of business… or dogs.
Editor: With White Rock celebrating its 60th, and Canada its 150th, wouldn’t it be wonderful if our city invited SFN to participate?
Editor: Re: Surrey’s tree losses growing, March 15.
Editor: Re: Few attend OCP meetings, March 15.
Editor: Last Friday, I left my purse in a shopping cart at the Ocean Park Safeway
Editor: The people of British Columbia are looking for the right balance between protecting the environment and a good way of life
Editor: Re: Businesses focus on free parking, March 8
Editor: Re: Not quite the silent treatment, March 8 letters
Editor: Re: $1m to clear ice from bridge, March 8. It will be worthwhile to invest some money on snow-removal equipment, writes Hanif Patel
White Rock businesses would benefit if dogs were allowed on the waterfront, writes Pamela Postle
Editor: Re: Paraglider expected to walk again, March 8
Editor: Re: City’s new waterfront task force on ice, Feb. 24.
Editor: Over the past three years, I have tried unsuccessfully to have correct speed signage posted in our city
Editor: It appears I am one of many taxpayers unable to get a review panel hearing for my property-tax assessment.
Editor: Re: Trainspotting in Crescent Beach, March 3.
Editor: Trudeau’s Liberals have approved the sale of Retirement Concepts, B.C.’s largest private-sector retirement home chain,
Re: Waterfront merchants look for a solution, March 3.
Editor: Re: MP’s criticisms contradictory, March 1 letters.