Editorial

Surrey-White Rock MLA Gordon Hogg MCs the live auction at Peace Arch Rotary club’s Rotary Noel fundraiser.

ROTARY ROUNDUP: Rotary clubs busy in 2016

Rotary clubs across the Peninsula have been busy all year – and 2017 will be no different, writes columnist Brenda Gibson

Surrey-White Rock MLA Gordon Hogg MCs the live auction at Peace Arch Rotary club’s Rotary Noel fundraiser.
Adrian Bilodeau started his garden on city property in 2008 as a tribute to his father.

EDITORIAL: Positively fleeting

Though the end may be near for a South Surrey community garden, it's positive impact will remain.

Adrian Bilodeau started his garden on city property in 2008 as a tribute to his father.

EDITORIAL: Let’s be careful out there

Driving in snowy, icy conditions can be a challenge, so it's imperative to take extra time, exercise caution and be prepared.

EDITORIAL: Public pool disclosure

Users of the Grandview Aquatic Centre deserved to be promptly informed of incidents concerning safety and privacy.

EDITORIAL: Putting the brakes on 16 Avenue traffic

Installing more traffic lights along the 16 Avenue corridor may be a short-term fix, but something needs to be done to slow traffic.

EDITORIAL: Selective reading

With so many options for news, it's getting tougher to pinpoint what's objective journalism and what isn't.

EDITORIAL: Remembering year-round

Veterans remember every day, and so should each of us, as we work toward a world in which war is just a memory

EDITORIAL: Call for calm in wake of tragedy

Don't let panic prevail in wake of tragic double-stabbing in Abbotsford.

Surrey-White Rock MLA Gordon Hogg

EDITORIAL: MLA Hogg a most valuable player

Surrey-White Rock MLA Gordon Hogg has had a good run in provincial politics.

Surrey-White Rock MLA Gordon Hogg

EDITORIAL: Vigilance or vigilantism?

Online vigilante group Creep Catcher walks a fine line in its mission to protect youth from predators.

EDITORIAL: Water rights

It is almost unimaginable that residents in a populous area of the Lower Mainland could be without a reliable source of safe drinking water.

Semiahmoo First Nation councillor Joanne Charles blesses White Rock city council at its inaugural meeting in 2014.

EDITORIAL: A city in turbulence

It’s high time communicating becomes top of mind, not merely an afterthought.

Semiahmoo First Nation councillor Joanne Charles blesses White Rock city council at its inaugural meeting in 2014.

EDITORIAL: No solution for driver impatience

Increasing speed along 16 Avenue is not the way to improve traffic flow and reduce crashes.

EDITORIAL: Heartfelt warning

Fewer messages hit home stronger than those rooted in a death, particularly that of a young person

A White Rock woman's hand was seriously injured when she tried to defend her small dog from a pit bull attack on Aug. 20.

EDITORIAL: A need for communication

There’s something to be said for officials keeping people in the loop.

A White Rock woman's hand was seriously injured when she tried to defend her small dog from a pit bull attack on Aug. 20.

EDITORIAL: A place to connect, create, collaborate

School is much bigger than a building. It’s an important stage of life with many reasons to be embraced.

EDITORIAL: Shape of civic things to come

It’s up to the public to make the most of opportunities for input into plans for White Rock's Memorial Park

A woman wears a 'burkini' swimwear – now banned in parts of France – in Egypt.

EDITORIAL: Called out for crossing the line

Canadians can only look on in wonder as two of their closest international allies show signs of intolerance.

A woman wears a 'burkini' swimwear – now banned in parts of France – in Egypt.
Jocelyn Hallier – with brother Dan King – outside Surrey Provincial Court

EDITORIAL: After the sentencing

Hopefully, some good will come from devastation suffered by South Surrey's Jocelyn Hallier as the result of someone else’s poor behaviour.

Jocelyn Hallier – with brother Dan King – outside Surrey Provincial Court

EDITORIAL: Parked vehicles are no place for pets

With high temperatures expected this weekend, it's important not to leave dogs alone in cars – even for a moment.