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There is no better example of what White Rock once was than the homes and vintage apartment building in West Beach.
Lengthy delay in Hudson Brooks shooting case, and others, is simply unacceptable, writes columnist Frank Bucholtz.
City of Surrey should make concrete plans to honour veterans with an accessible memorial somewhere near the site Charlie's Tree.
The province's introduction of a 15 per cent foreign-buyers tax on real estate should help cool the market, writes Frank Bucholtz.
The City of Surrey has more clout than it realizes in the year leading up to the provincial election, writes Frank Bucholtz.
The issue of ambulance response times has once again been pushed to the forefront, writes columnist Frank Bucholtz.
BC Government has 'bold plans' for housing affordability, but it's not likely to have much of an effect.
The cancellation of a long-proposed community court for Surrey will not help the city's crime problem.
New interchange at Alex Fraser Bridge will cut congestion, but many critical issues remain.
Sunday's fire in White Rock was the latest in a number of blazes in the city, dating back years, but residents have always pulled through.
Water conservation should be a fundamental objective of any government and community, writes columnist Frank Bucholtz.
Surrey’s drive-by shooting epidemic is getting attention at the highest level in Victoria.
Surrey RCMP have now been called to 31 shots-fired incidents in 2016.
For Surrey and White Rock residents, the best news to come from the federal budget is pledge to cover 50 per cent of transit project costs
BC Liberals are risking a substantial loss of support with a continued do-nothing approach to bridge tolling.
News that the city is putting effort into road names – with an eye on preserving heritage – is welcome, writes columnist Frank Bucholtz.
Surrey is one of Canada's fastest-growing cities, but needs transit infrastructure to match.
Surrey needs to devote resources to affordable rental housing if homeless problem is to be fixed.
An interesting debate sprang up online last week.It was spurred by a…
In a health region whose population is growing faster than any other in the province this makes absolutely no sense.