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Practice of housing prisoners at White Rock RCMP detachment is a costly one worthy of review.
According to Surrey RCMP not every shooting incident that takes place is a cause for alarm or public concern.
Surrey-White Rock MLA Gordon Hogg’s reluctance to intervene in the IIO review into shooting death is misguided.
Issues surrounding White Rock's hillside – The Hump – the latest example of a lack of communication in city.
Limiting auxiliary duties will definitely increase the cost of policing
Delta Mayor Lois Jackson's idea for a flat $1 bridge toll may be the most palatable solution yet.
Young people in care in the province are being virtually cut adrift in our society as soon as they reach the age of 19.
If the city wishes to discourage such applications, it should be up-front with its reservations.
Question periods – and other avenues for community feedback – work for many city councils across BC, but why not White Rock?
It seems as good a time as any to remind ourselves of the sacrifices made by all those that serve our country and our communities.
Many popular events in Surrey and White Rock require the dedication and hard work of our cities’ residents.
When it comes to rail relocation, politicians can't play both sides of the track.
The change to Surrey's recreational and culture levy may point to some bigger concerns on city council.
Surrey's proposed move to LED street lights could come at a cost that's difficult to calculate.
Despite claims that the B.C.'s "silver tsunami" is something of a myth, seniors in South Surrey and White Rock still face challenges
It's been four decades since the Peace Arch News first landed on Peninsula doorsteps.
Silence of Surrey council has been all too deafening on the proposed truck-park facility.
The proprietors of Riverside, their former customers and the public at large deserve better.
Provincial and federal governments need to come up with a fair plan with regard to health-care funding.
Currency watchers likely cringed recently as the Canadian dollar dipped below 70 cents US.