Editorials

OUR VIEW: Daunting task ahead for Surrey’s defenders of Hawthorne Park

Surrey residents’ campaign to protect Hawthorne Park from city council’s plan to run a road through it presents yet another case study in what democracy is all about.

  • Jul 25th, 2017

EDITORIAL: The weight of justice delayed

Years-long wait takes toll

  • Jul 20th, 2017

SIMPSON: Canadians rally for wildfire victims

It’s encouraging to see the province – and nation – come together for the thousands affected

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EDITORIAL: Too long a wait for safer travels

For safety’s sake, changes should come quicker

  • Jul 6th, 2017

EDITORIAL: Reaffirming our Canadian identity

A historic reminder of what it means to be Canadian

  • Jun 29th, 2017

OUR VIEW: Stalking coyote a symptom of fallen forests in Surrey

With so much natural habitat lost to development in our city, increasing encounters with wildlife should come as no surprise.

  • Jun 29th, 2017

Editorial — Tax boosts a backhanded compliment to opposition

It is time for at least a temporary rise in income taxes, given the province's economic circumstances.

Editorial: ‘Social justice’ as student indoctrination

The BCTF comes under fire from columnist Tom Fletcher

EDITORIAL: Protecting pedestrians

It took a cultural shift to battle drinking and driving, perhaps it’s time to make another shift so fewer pedestrians die in our streets.

EDITORIAL: Spreading wealth

The median income for Canada's top earners is almost 10 times higher than the median income for the remaining 99 per cent.

Editorial cartoon: It’s one way to deal with the B.C. teachers’ strike

Cloverdale resident Ax Lloyd offers a potential solution to the B.C. teachers’ strike.

  • Sep 2nd, 2014

EDITORIAL: A loss for all of us

The judgmental attitudes of our society again came to the forefront in light of the discovery of the body of a sex-trade worker

EDITORIAL: Distancing themselves

Apparent backtracking on the desire to reroute trains from the Semiahmoo Peninsula waterfront drives a wedge between mayors, writes PAN.

  • Dec 12th, 2013

Editorial: On the record

Cloverdale-Langley City: Where the candidates stand on pot for recreational use.

  • Oct 13th, 2015

EDITORIAL: Shelters not the ideal solution – for anyone

Politicians and policy makers continue to pay lip service to some of the most pressing issues of our time.

  • Nov 15th, 2016

EDITORIAL: There’s a push to get the Salish Sea designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Just what effect would the designation have on shipping, fishing, oil tankers, etc.?

EDITORIAL: Think inside the bargain bin

Some incentive beyond sacrificing for the good of Metro Vancouver is needed if residents are to vote for new TransLink taxes

  • Feb 18th, 2014