Frank Bucholtz

COLUMN: Surrey on road to preserving heritage

News that the city is putting effort into road names – with an eye on preserving heritage – is welcome, writes columnist Frank Bucholtz.

COLUMN: Transit investment sorely needed in Surrey

Surrey is one of Canada's fastest-growing cities, but needs transit infrastructure to match.

COLUMN: Homelessness needs local focus

Surrey needs to devote resources to affordable rental housing if homeless problem is to be fixed.

Column: The struggle is part of the process

An interesting debate sprang up online last week.It was spurred by a…

COLUMN: Bed shift no remedy for hospitals cuts

In a health region whose population is growing faster than any other in the province this makes absolutely no sense.

COLUMN: At last, a response to our call for help

A total of eight new ambulances are being added, and 34 paramedics are being hired, in Surrey and Delta.

COLUMN: Hepner catches break on transit timing

There’s a good chance Mayor Linda Hepner’s promise of light rapid-transit coming to Surrey will be fulfilled.

COLUMN: Capital ideas needed for all-but-ignored district

A funding commitment by the province is long overdue for Surrey.

COLUMN: Surrey wades into pipeline debate

City tells National Energy Board hearing of concerns over taxpayer costs, proposed route of twinned line.

COLUMN: Building on a sense of community

In a place as large as Surrey, it's been a long time since a sense of community enveloped the entire city.

COLUMN: Building continues, but uncertainty loom

A number of concerns may put a wrench in Surrey's building progress this year, writes PAN columnist Frank Bucholtz.

COLUMN: Housing prices rise – but taxes will, too

The value of homes in Surrey and the surrounding region continues to rise.

COLUMN: Year of debate lies ahead in ‘16

When it comes to growth, the year ahead will be a pivotal one in Surrey, Delta and White Rock.

COLUMN: Equitable toll policy must come to pass

Decision to toll proposed Deas Island bridge another excellent of hypocritical tolling policy, writes Frank Bucholtz.

COLUMN: Bennett’s legacy still felt throughout Surrey

Former premier help lead B.C. into the modern era, and was responsible for many significant changes in Surrey, White Rock and Delta.

COLUMN: Tax-boost excuse a bit rich

Surrey council must be watched closely, writes PAN columnist Frank Bucholtz.

COLUMN: Sikh community steps up to help refugees

Surrey residents join together to provide support for thousands of refugees expected to arrive in city soon.

COLUMN: More students, more classes

Influx of refugees will cause school district to look closer for solutions

COLUMN: Celebrating a land of stability

We’ve thought about sacrifices made by veterans this week, and we should be grateful for their legacy to us – in war and in peace.

COLUMN: The end of the free ride

Bridge tolls, taxes seem inevitable solutions to traffic congestion