Letters

LETTERS: Low-hanging fruit or cherry picking?

LETTERS: Low-hanging fruit or cherry picking?

White Rock Council has been meeting weekly to address COVID-19 related issues

  • Jul 16, 2020
LETTERS: Low-hanging fruit or cherry picking?
LETTERS: A number of potential hazards exist at west-end boat launch

LETTERS: A number of potential hazards exist at west-end boat launch

Potential for dangerous interaction between vehicle, pedestrian traffic

  • Jul 16, 2020
LETTERS: A number of potential hazards exist at west-end boat launch
LETTERS: White Rock council working hard amidst COVID-19 challenges

LETTERS: White Rock council working hard amidst COVID-19 challenges

Editor: Re: Plucking low-hanging fruit, July 2 letters First of all, let…

  • Jul 16, 2020
LETTERS: White Rock council working hard amidst COVID-19 challenges
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LETTERS: Rules of the park apply to all

LETTERS: Rules of the park apply to all

Editor: Recently, I went out to Campbell Valley Park for a walk…

  • Jul 9, 2020
LETTERS: Rules of the park apply to all
LETTERS: Mount Olive church’s support of SUMS greatly appreciated

LETTERS: Mount Olive church’s support of SUMS greatly appreciated

Editor: Re: Church to host drive-thru food-donation station, June 4 I am…

  • Jul 9, 2020
LETTERS: Mount Olive church’s support of SUMS greatly appreciated
LETTERS: ‘We are old and wear it with pride’

LETTERS: ‘We are old and wear it with pride’

Editor: Re: Step up for seniors, B.C., July 2 letters Barry Gaudin’s…

  • Jul 9, 2020
LETTERS: ‘We are old and wear it with pride’
LETTERS: Let’s all lose a little face by wearing a mask

LETTERS: Let’s all lose a little face by wearing a mask

Editor: It seems COVID-19 has become old news. The world is opening…

  • Jul 9, 2020
LETTERS: Let’s all lose a little face by wearing a mask
LETTERS: It’s time for B.C. to step up for its seniors

LETTERS: It’s time for B.C. to step up for its seniors

Editor: Re: It’s time to resume visits, letters June 25 Thank you,…

  • Jul 2, 2020
LETTERS: It’s time for B.C. to step up for its seniors
LETTERS: Council picking at low-hanging fruit instead of working for real change

LETTERS: Council picking at low-hanging fruit instead of working for real change

Editor: I watched as White Rock City Hall closed down parking lots,…

  • Jul 2, 2020
LETTERS: Council picking at low-hanging fruit instead of working for real change
LETTERS: Locking away seniors is cruel and unusual punishment

LETTERS: Locking away seniors is cruel and unusual punishment

Editor: Well, Dr. Bonnie has given yet another in her unending litany…

  • Jul 2, 2020
LETTERS: Locking away seniors is cruel and unusual punishment
LETTERS: Thankful for protection of ‘angels’

LETTERS: Thankful for protection of ‘angels’

I love White Rock! I want to tell you about two White Rock angels that have come into my life in the last few months.

  • Jun 25, 2020
LETTERS: Thankful for protection of ‘angels’
LETTERS: Important letter mislaid

LETTERS: Important letter mislaid

Editor: On Monday afternoon, June 1, arriving at the post office and…

  • Jun 25, 2020
LETTERS: Important letter mislaid
COVID-19 guidance signs have been posted around Grandview Corners stores, inside and out. (Aaron Hinks photos)

LETTERS: Time for Millennials to step up – in the right direction

‘We all need to do our part to prevent the spread, and a potential second wave.’

  • Jun 25, 2020
COVID-19 guidance signs have been posted around Grandview Corners stores, inside and out. (Aaron Hinks photos)
LETTERS: Time to resume visits – with safety precautions – to long-term care facilities

LETTERS: Time to resume visits – with safety precautions – to long-term care facilities

If B.C.’s health officer says outside social distancing is safe, why is it not safe for seniors in long-term care?

  • Jun 25, 2020
LETTERS: Time to resume visits – with safety precautions – to long-term care facilities
Submitted photos taken from March 23 to May 1 in Surrey show dog owners allowing their dogs to roam and play – and even do their business on – using sports fields, despite signs clearly stating dogs are prohibited.

LETTER: Dog owners, sports fields are not your own personal off-leash parks

It’s shocking that during COVID-19, dog owners carry on as usual, disregarding laws that don’t suit them

  • Jun 18, 2020
Submitted photos taken from March 23 to May 1 in Surrey show dog owners allowing their dogs to roam and play – and even do their business on – using sports fields, despite signs clearly stating dogs are prohibited.
LETTERS: Those who can, encouraged to donate $300 OAS grant

LETTERS: Those who can, encouraged to donate $300 OAS grant

Editor: I have been very fortunate in my life – good health,…

  • Jun 18, 2020
LETTERS: Those who can, encouraged to donate $300 OAS grant

LETTERS: Canada’s policing model is overreaching, inefficient

Editor: Re: New vision is needed for policing in Canada, June 11…

  • Jun 18, 2020
LETTERS: More masks, sanitizer at Farmers Market, please

LETTERS: More masks, sanitizer at Farmers Market, please

Editor: We went to the Farmer’s Market recently and we were surprised…

  • Jun 18, 2020
LETTERS: More masks, sanitizer at Farmers Market, please
LETTERS: Surrey needs another hospital, but not next to KPU

LETTERS: Surrey needs another hospital, but not next to KPU

Editor: Re: Pandemic will not delay new hospital: Premier, June 11 I…

  • Jun 18, 2020
LETTERS: Surrey needs another hospital, but not next to KPU
LETTERS: Thanks is too small a word

LETTERS: Thanks is too small a word

Editor: Thank you is too small a word for how grateful I…

  • Jun 18, 2020
LETTERS: Thanks is too small a word