Editorial

EDITORIAL: Rushing to judge

From presidential campaigns to smaller-scale issues closer to home on the Semiahmoo Peninsula, we live in a rush-to-judgment world.

EDITORIAL: Time for city leaders to shine

White Rock's leaders have the chance to fix a decades-old policy regarding memorial plaques before any real harm is done.

EDITORIAL: A month to remember

A plethora of events – from cycling to softball to Sea Festival – made for a busy July in South Surrey and White Rock.

EDITORIAL: A celebration worthy of support

Following more than a week of sports action, Peninsula residents and visitors now have the White Rock Sea Festival to look forward to.

EDITORIAL: Questions don’t go away with time

One year – and counting – is far too long for family and friends of Hudson Brooks to wait for answers regarding his death.

EDITORIAL: Sports world comes to Semiahmoo Peninsula

Women's World Softball Championships and Tour de White Rock highlight a busy sports weekend in South Surrey and White Rock.

EDITORIAL: Olympics are worth celebrating

Despite criticisms, the Olympic Games – and the athletes taking part – still serve to unite, inspire.

EDITORIAL: Well-timed words are not enough

Provincial government funding announcements come with election looming next spring.

EDITORIAL: Small steps for greater good

In light of the night-club shooting in Orlando, it's more important than ever to promote the need for acceptance and love.

EDITORIAL: Time not served

Time will tell if a decision to forego plans for a community court in Surrey is a good one

EDITORIAL: Four more years

The City of Surrey and the school district couldn't afford to wait on a school-construction plan, but the fix won't be a quick one.

EDITORIAL: Drug violence is Semiahmoo Peninsula’s problem, too

Drug turf wars, and the accompanying violence, extend beyond Whalley and Newton.

EDITORIAL: Time to review for worst-case scenarios

Sunday's fire in White Rock brings to the forefront an important question – is the city adequately prepared to deal with a disaster?

EDITORIAL: Time to help

The generous nature of White Rock residents is without question, but patience is required to help those affected by Sunday's fire.

EDITORIAL: Cracking the code

Motive behind the introduction of a code of conduct for White Rock council members remains unclear.

EDITORIAL: Embracing the power and the pay

BC Premier Christy Clark's generous stipend – in addition to her annual salary – needs to come to an end.

Surrey RCMP is accepting applications for its Citizen and Youth Police Academies

Registration opens for RCMP academies

Students, citizens can learn more about policing in Surrey

Surrey RCMP is accepting applications for its Citizen and Youth Police Academies

EDITORIAL: Years of guesswork on rail relocation

Are any estimates to move the Semiahmoo Peninsula's waterfront rail lines more than just a guess?

EDITORIAL: Better data, better response

Declaration of a province-wide public health emergency regarding fentanyl and other drugs is a good step to finding a solution.

EDITORIAL: An eye on security

Having police monitor traffic cameras may make us feel safer in Surrey, but we should be wary.