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Six Surrey NDP MLAs should urge Farnworth to change his mind
First Nations are leading a new surge of investment in B.C.
Draft budget’s singular focus makes Surrey council members’ home address relevant
Fuel prices seem to remain stubbornly high in many places of B.C.
A city like Surrey, which is fast-growing, diverse and in a constant…
Frank Bucholtz is a columnist and former editor with Black Press Media
Announcement of transit funds for Surrey is a good start but more needs to be done.
Surrey residents are raising concerns about further intrusions on the Green Timbers urban forest
After a 15-year battle between the province and teachers, the next step needs to be adding classroom space for students.
The best time to apply pressure to any government is just before an election – not afterwards, writes columnist Frank Bucholtz
Federal Liberals promised electoral reform during the last election campaign.
Education Minister Mike Bernier’s announcement that $217 million has been earmarked for Surrey school construction projects is welcome.
Tolls, bridge crowding and time spent commuting are major issues going into the spring provincial election.
The homeowner grant was first introduced by premier W.A.C. Bennnett in 1957.
Peace Arch News columnist Frank Bucholtz hands out some end-of-year gifts for local politicians.
The decision by the federal Liberals to twin the Kinder Morgan oil pipeline has prompted criticism, especially in B.C.
Improved transit south-of-the-Fraser has always been an issue, and it may not be one going away anytime soon.
Despite a gang war that continues throughout the province, Surrey's violent crime numbers are down this year.
Plenty of food for thought when it comes to finding solutions to Marine Drive restuarants' issues.
Surrey's call for a poverty-reduction plan needs to be heeded by the province.