Editorial

EDITORIAL: Doubled duties warrant review

Practice of housing prisoners at White Rock RCMP detachment is a costly one worthy of review.

EDITORIAL: Silence over safety

According to Surrey RCMP not every shooting incident that takes place is a cause for alarm or public concern.

Family and friends march last month calling for justice in the police-shooting death of Hudson Brooks last summer. The slow pace of the investigation has prompted MLAs to speak out on the matter.

EDITORIAL: Justice delayed

Surrey-White Rock MLA Gordon Hogg’s reluctance to intervene in the IIO review into shooting death is misguided.

Family and friends march last month calling for justice in the police-shooting death of Hudson Brooks last summer. The slow pace of the investigation has prompted MLAs to speak out on the matter.

EDITORIAL: Wilds, wiles in White Rock

Issues surrounding White Rock's hillside – The Hump – the latest example of a lack of communication in city.

EDITORIAL: Auxiliaries play critical role

Limiting auxiliary duties will definitely increase the cost of policing

EDITORIAL: Driving toward the future

Delta Mayor Lois Jackson's idea for a flat $1 bridge toll may be the most palatable solution yet.

EDITORIAL: Tragic deadline for troubled youth

Young people in care in the province are being virtually cut adrift in our society as soon as they reach the age of 19.

EDITORIAL: Council misfires with gun show

If the city wishes to discourage such applications, it should be up-front with its reservations.

EDITORIAL: Begging the question

Question periods – and other avenues for community feedback – work for many city councils across BC, but why not White Rock?

EDITORIAL: Help those who suffer in silence

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.

EDITORIAL: Long history of lending a hand

Many popular events in Surrey and White Rock require the dedication and hard work of our cities’ residents.

EDITORIAL: Get back on track

When it comes to rail relocation, politicians can't play both sides of the track.

EDITORIAL: Capital concerns

The change to Surrey's recreational and culture levy may point to some bigger concerns on city council.

EDITORIAL: Questioning city’s bright idea

Surrey's proposed move to LED street lights could come at a cost that's difficult to calculate.

EDITORIAL: Wave of concern

Despite claims that the B.C.'s "silver tsunami" is something of a myth, seniors in South Surrey and White Rock still face challenges

Peace Arch News Feb. 10

EDITORIAL: It was 40 years ago today…

It's been four decades since the Peace Arch News first landed on Peninsula doorsteps.

Peace Arch News Feb. 10

EDITORIAL: A lack of discussion

Silence of Surrey council has been all too deafening on the proposed truck-park facility.

EDITORIAL: Unsightly precedent

The proprietors of Riverside, their former customers and the public at large deserve better.

EDITORIAL: Health-care ball in Liberals’ court

Provincial and federal governments need to come up with a fair plan with regard to health-care funding.

EDITORIAL: Diving dollars

Currency watchers likely cringed recently as the Canadian dollar dipped below 70 cents US.