All parties throwing your billions around

Christy Clark promises to match NDP, Greens spending spree

ZYTARUK: Let this be a lesson to bullies everywhere

A couple hundred bikers, a bullied child, and a strong message sent home

Skookum bucks for B.C. Liberals

Wait until you see Christy Clark’s next money move

New mural for BC Vintage Truck Museum
2018 Pink Shirt Day at Cloverdale Learning Centre
Cloverdale's 2018 Coldest Night of the Year
6th Annual Jim Gallagher Memorial Boxing Show

Site C dam delay would be disaster for John Horgan’s NDP

Putting off Peace River diversion would cost $630 million

Site C dam delay would be disaster for John Horgan’s NDP

Putting off Peace River diversion would cost $630 million

COLUMN: Dianne Watts a difficult act to follow

Surrey mayor's success still leaves challenges for the next incoming mayor of the city

COLUMN: Farm changes a great leap forward

Restrictions on retail sales from farms and passing on operation to the next generation are a case study in arbitrary state control

COLUMN: Get a drip and save some water

Drip irrigation deserves a thought, even on the West Coast.

Column: Happy endings set positive note for year’s end

As the year draws to a close and a new one begins, we’ve received a bounty of happy news to pass onto Reporter readers.

COLUMN: Incumbents already had their chance

Name recognition - rather than past accomplishments - goes a long way when voters head to the polls.

COLUMN: Potholes on road to transit referendum

What the provincial government and Metro Vancouver mayors need to do avoid more TransLink gridlock

Column: Say ‘Yes’ to creating Christmas memories

A ‘non toy’ Noël doesn’t mean bah-humbug, writes former Black Press reporter Kristine Salzmann.

COLUMN: Someone is keeping Cloverdale’s statues warm this winter

This week we solve a local mystery – and give a shout out to Surrey mayor Linda Hepner

COLUMN: Terrorism comes into focus

Accused Surrey bomb-plotters and attacks on Canadian soil have brought the issue of security to the forefront.

Column: The People’s Parliament

Thinking back to a 9/11 security briefing in Ottawa, where my MP sneaked me into a no-go zone for journalists. Are we at a turning point?

COLUMN: Were Erddig servants framed?

Master of the house immortalized servants with poetry and portraits at his country estate in Wales.

COLUMN: Cloverdale at a crossroads

The year 2017 will be one of growth and change in Cloverdale.

COLUMN: Community is at capacity

City needs to find parking solution before September

COLUMN: Hello, Cloverdale

Let me introduce myself. My name is Sam Anderson and I'm the new editor of The Cloverdale Reporter.


Theft from auto is more than a nuisance—it's a crime.