Frank Bucholtz

COLUMN: Not just puppets on string

The Federal election campaign is really heating up, and voters should do their best to be as informed as possible.

COLUMN: Storm lessons noteworthy

Most Metro Vancouver residents poorly prepared for disaster.

COLUMN: Honours well-deserved

Civic treasures contribute to Surrey’s arts, culture and heritage.

COLUMN: Semiahmoo First Nation members deserve more

Semiahmoo First Nation finances revealing, writes Peace Arch News columnist Frank Bucholtz

COLUMN: Surrey’s crime numbers a growing concern

City's second-quarter crime statistics are troubling, and much work needs to be done, writes Frank Bucholtz.

COLUMN: TransLink not broken, but not accountable

Minister Peter Fassbender brings experience to contentious TransLink

COLUMN: Independent eye needed

Officer violence a huge concern for general public.

COLUMN: Waste not, water not

Water restrictions or not, it’s important we learn to conserve

COLUMN: TransLink bloated at the top

The transit authority's number-one goal needs to be getting costs under control – starting with the salaries of its top executives.

COLUMN: Surrey’s senators make history

Canada's Senate has only ever had two Senators from Surrey – Tom Reid, and Gerry St. Germain, the latter the focus of a recent audit.

COLUMN: Bridge fix a stopgap measure

Longterm vision required for the Pattullo Bridge, writes PAN columnist Frank Bucholtz.

COLUMN: Forgotten past hurts city

Preserving heritage not a priority in Surrey, writes PAN columnist Frank Bucholtz

COLUMN: A time for skepticism

Surrey is a key battleground that attracts leaders during long federal campaign

COLUMN: More schools needed as district grows

The City of Surrey should do all it can to build more neighbourhood schools as the city expands

COLUMN: Coal is a ‘sunset business’

Fraser Surrey Docks proposal may not be viable longterm, writes columnist Frank Bucholtz.

COLUMN: Province takes small first step

Funds for Surrey Wraparound program are good start, but more must be done to combat crime in the city.

COLUMN: Death puts spotlight on increased gun violence

The tragic death of 22-year-old Arun Bains has moved discussion of Surrey's violence problem to a new level.

COLUMN: International visit makes history

Surrey is on the international map this week, as the Laxmi Narayan Hindu Temple hosted Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi

COLUMN: Surrey’s finally on board for funding police

Surrey RCMP has received 34 cadets from the RCMP training facility in Regina, with 100 more still to come.

COLUMN: Under-represented by design in Surrey

From a population perspective, Surrey is currently under-represented in the provincial legislature.

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