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Critical role likely for MP-elect Dianne Watts in Conservative opposition.
Federal election expected to be as closely contested as ever.
Up-and-down week for federal Liberals, as South Surrey-White Rock candidate Joy Davies is replaced by Judy Higginbotham.
The Federal election campaign is really heating up, and voters should do their best to be as informed as possible.
Most Metro Vancouver residents poorly prepared for disaster.
Civic treasures contribute to Surrey’s arts, culture and heritage.
Semiahmoo First Nation finances revealing, writes Peace Arch News columnist Frank Bucholtz
City's second-quarter crime statistics are troubling, and much work needs to be done, writes Frank Bucholtz.
Minister Peter Fassbender brings experience to contentious TransLink
Officer violence a huge concern for general public.
Water restrictions or not, it’s important we learn to conserve
The transit authority's number-one goal needs to be getting costs under control – starting with the salaries of its top executives.
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.
Longterm vision required for the Pattullo Bridge, writes PAN columnist Frank Bucholtz.
Preserving heritage not a priority in Surrey, writes PAN columnist Frank Bucholtz
Surrey is a key battleground that attracts leaders during long federal campaign
The City of Surrey should do all it can to build more neighbourhood schools as the city expands
Fraser Surrey Docks proposal may not be viable longterm, writes columnist Frank Bucholtz.
Funds for Surrey Wraparound program are good start, but more must be done to combat crime in the city.