Editorial

EDITORIAL: We need to be informed

Many important questions have stayed unanswered in the immediate aftermath of an officer-involved shooting in South Surrey.

EDITORIAL: Conservation just makes sense

No matter the restrictions placed upon us this summmer – from water to power to fire bans – it's wise to conserve resources at all times.

EDITORIAL: Pulling together instead of apart

Pulling Together canoe event continues to be a symbol of positive co-operation.

EDITORIAL: Plenty worth celebrating

Political differences of opinion aside, there is much to celebrate this Canada Day.

EDITORIAL: Keeping Alexa in mind

Though many steps have been made to eradicate impaired driving, there is more we can do.

EDITORIAL: Concert series should hit all the right notes

A new vibe coming to White Rock's waterfront this summer may be just what's needed to breathe life into the seaside city year-round.

EDITORIAL: Better safe than sorry

Police response to a 911 call in South Surrey Wednesday has been termed ‘overkill’ by some, but necessarily nonetheless.

EDITORIAL: Breakdown on communication

White Rock residents deserved to know sooner about a privacy breach caused as a result of stolen hard drives.

EDITORIAL: Can ‘orange wave’ reach Semiahmoo Peninsula?

Does the recent Alberta election point to a seismic shift in Canadian politics, including in South Surrey/White Rock?

EDITORIAL: Hillside viewpoint

White Rock council’s decision to clear foliage on ‘the hump’ has caught some residents by surprise.

EDITORIAL: Stay busy, but stay safe, too

Remembering a few little things can be all that’s needed to ensure a long weekend is a good one for all.

EDITORIAL: Pregnant pause

It’s time for White Rock council to breathe deeply and refocus efforts on running the city, without distractions.

Taylor Parker of Surrey has been named the Female Senior Student Athlete of the Year at Felician College.

Parker honoured by Felician College

Semiahmoo graduate wins Athlete of the Year award

Taylor Parker of Surrey has been named the Female Senior Student Athlete of the Year at Felician College.
A house on Llanberis Way in Popkum goes up in flames Thursday evening.

IHIT takes over on Popkum explosion

Guns, explosion rock quiet rural neighbourhood near Agassiz

A house on Llanberis Way in Popkum goes up in flames Thursday evening.

EDITORIAL: Nepal quake a timely reminder

Here in B.C., there are lessons we can learn from Nepal, after the country suffered a major earthquake.

EDITORIAL: City of Wonder

Questions remain after censure of White Rock Coun. David Chesney and ensuing explanations.

EDITORIAL: Federal voters deserve choice

Political parties have yet to announce candidates to oppose Conservative candidate Dianne Watts, but the electorate deserves more choice

EDITORIAL: Looking for substance

The just-announced budget has become a political talking point for the governing parties and opposition groups, alike.

White Rock Mayor Wayne Baldwin at his inaugural address in 2011 talking  to outgoing mayor Catherine Ferguson.

EDITORIAL: Sound advice

Given council’s apparent directive to suppress issues initially discussed in-camera, it seems many issues will never be made public.

White Rock Mayor Wayne Baldwin at his inaugural address in 2011 talking  to outgoing mayor Catherine Ferguson.

EDITORIAL: Polarized parties

A line in the sand has been drawn in White Rock, between council and condo owners.