Frank Bucholtz

Dean Drysdale wins Conservative nomination in Cloverdale-Langley City

Former Langley Township councillor wins on third round of balloting.

COLUMN: Citywide issue largely ignored

Homelessness on backburner for would-be Surrey leaders

Conservative nomination race loses two contenders

The candidate in Cloverdale-Langley City will be picked Saturday, but Gurmant Grewal and Paul Brar will not be in the running.

Empty coal trains to continue travelling on lightly-used SRY line in North Langley until Nov. 30

A detour of empty BNSF coal trains has been extended past the original end date of Oct. 15. Several trains a day using lightly-used line.

COLUMN: Vastly different elections

Civic races heating up in Surrey, Delta and White Rock

COLUMN: Surrey’s grade: steep, uphill

Report card indicates respondents far from convinced that Surrey is on the right track

COLUMN: Our outrage must live on

Surrey residents must remain vigilant against violence, writes PAN columnist Frank Bucholtz

COLUMN: Safety needs more than talk

Raymond Caissie arrest highlights issues with justice system

COLUMN: Election comes into focus

Surrey civic candidates are making their platforms known to public

COLUMN: Improvements to drive vote

South of Fraser residents need to see progress sooner than later

COLUMN: Critical thinking required in B.C. teachers’ dispute

The labour dispute drags into a second school year and shows no sign of being settled.

COLUMN: Turf war no time for cuts

Police officers won’t be the ones who suffer from recently announced budget cuts

COLUMN: Rail safety should always come first

Railways need to protect against potential disaster

COLUMN: B.C. Salmon need protection

Dwindling numbers could spell trouble for province

COLUMN: Time for a return to wards in Surrey

Surrey residents would benefit from return of system

COLUMN: Health cash not optional

No efforts to limit population growth in Fraser Health communities

COLUMN: Residents preserve beauty

Payments into Surrey's Green City fund little more than ‘hush money’

COLUMN: Comeback needs convincing

Former Surrey mayor Doug McCallum facing uphill battle

Four people arrested after lengthy investigation into ‘dial-a-dope’ ring

Operation has been under surveillance since 2012, and in one year operated from five different stash houses.

Update: Empty coal trains began showing up in unlikely Langley locations on Monday

Lightly-used Southern Railway of B.C. line likely to host several trains a day over summer months.

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