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Online voting – or at least more technology at the polls – would streamline the election process.
White Rock mayor's state-of-the-city address an example of the type of leader the city needs.
BC Liberals' "Red Tape Reduction Day" Bill nothing more than an empty gesture
It’s high time that voters – if they haven’t already – give some serious thought to who they want to lead the country forward.
Barry Christiansen will not face jail time after hitting two joggers in a crosswalk nearly three years ago.
Polling numbers don’t always translate into seats in government.
The call to help Syrian refugees is an issue that transcends politics.
Metro Vancouver residents did a commendable job in preserving water this summer.
White Rock’s political leaders are being offered opportunities more and more frequently to hear from those who elected them.
It seems evident thus far that the White Rock mayor's interpretation of Metro Vancouver’s Regional Growth Strategy is his alone.
We would be foolish indeed if we didn't let this serve as a lesson to ensure we are equipped with survival basics.
The Virginia tragedy poses questions that none of us can hide from.
By and large, most residents respect the basic principle of the autonomy of the Semiahmoo First Nation.
It’s up to us to foster the animal-human bond, and be vigilant in holding accountable those who chose not to.
We can't live in fear, but must be diligent with regard to safety, in light of assault on South Surrey senior.
It's been another successful summer for the Semiahmoo Peninsula's various softball and baseball squads.
Many questions remain – and might for some time - surrounding the police-involved shooting death of Hudson Brooks.
You can never have enough reminders to be safe on B.C.'s roads this summer.
This is not about politics. This is about children who need our protection.
Property crime typically takes an uptick in the summer, so it's important to stay attentive.