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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.
A total of eight new ambulances are being added, and 34 paramedics are being hired, in Surrey and Delta.
There’s a good chance Mayor Linda Hepner’s promise of light rapid-transit coming to Surrey will be fulfilled.
A funding commitment by the province is long overdue for Surrey.
City tells National Energy Board hearing of concerns over taxpayer costs, proposed route of twinned line.
In a place as large as Surrey, it's been a long time since a sense of community enveloped the entire city.
A number of concerns may put a wrench in Surrey's building progress this year, writes PAN columnist Frank Bucholtz.
The value of homes in Surrey and the surrounding region continues to rise.
When it comes to growth, the year ahead will be a pivotal one in Surrey, Delta and White Rock.
Decision to toll proposed Deas Island bridge another excellent of hypocritical tolling policy, writes Frank Bucholtz.
Former premier help lead B.C. into the modern era, and was responsible for many significant changes in Surrey, White Rock and Delta.
Surrey council must be watched closely, writes PAN columnist Frank Bucholtz.
Surrey residents join together to provide support for thousands of refugees expected to arrive in city soon.
Influx of refugees will cause school district to look closer for solutions
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.
Bridge tolls, taxes seem inevitable solutions to traffic congestion