Lance Peverley

COLUMN: A sign that some criticism of politicians can be off-course

Elected officials in Surrey and beyond have lost votes for less than a poorly placed campaign sign

COLUMN: We deserve more than the party line

Civic politicians too often step up… only to fade into the background, writes Lance Peverley

COLUMN: Miscalculating support for anti-rainbow cause

Hijacked poll shows how far some will go to show that their opinion is not in the minority

COLUMN: The bigger the bias, the louder they call

If you have yet to make up your mind, the best news articles are the ones that leave you perplexed

COLUMN: It’s time for a serious look at silly season

It’s too easy to give politicians a pass in back-to-back elections, writes Lance Peverley

COLUMN: In the beginning was the (printed) word

Driven to distraction reading online news, columnist Lance Peverley pays tribute to newsprint

COLUMN: Miscalculations along the way

South Surrey-White Rock vote was no byelection by the numbers

COLUMN: Return of racism imperils all of us

We as a society agree racism is bad, but there are differing viewpoints on what racism is

VIDEO: Cloverdale reception centre welcomes wildfire evacuees

Surrey is lending a helping hand to some of the 13,000 evacuees displaced by the B.C. wildfires

VIDEO: Man facing ‘serious charges’ after fleeing through South Surrey berry fields

RCMP say burned-out truck on scene was stolen from Maple Ridge

  • Jul 16, 2017

COLUMN: Lies, damned lies and counting on our votes

Remember a time when the very act of knowingly uttering an untruth would destroy a political career?

OPINION: Comfortable ‘news’ not hard to find

If you seek only news that confirms your political sensibilities, there are many options

COLUMN: Regardless of who leads, they’re all in the minority

Final election results should serve as a wake-up call for leaders of B.C.’s political parties

COLUMN: Election decisions not easy for all of us

Some candidates seem to be all about the race, not about the finish line

COLUMN: How we judge the measure of a year

The countdown to the end of 2016 – even for those who have shared a horrible year – means little, writes Lance Peverley.

COLUMN: No absolution for the party faithful

You know that feeling you get, as a voter, when you’ve found the perfect candidate? PAN columnist Lance Peverley doesn't.

COLUMN: Some of us do nothing as the world burns

A confession of sorts from somebody who watches with hope from the sidelines as tragedies unfold.

COLUMN: Reading into a campaign of fear

Columnist Lance Peverley's fear of fine print is being replaced by a fear of much broader strokes.

COLUMN: Connectivity makes a world of difference

Our cellphones have more than one trick up their sleeves, tracking our every move at home and abroad, writes columnist Lance Peverley.

COLUMN: Refusing refugees rooted in more than fear

Those who say Canada should not accept Syrian refugees should look deeper into the subconscious, writes Lance Peverley.

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