Editorials

SIMPSON: Canadians rally for wildfire victims

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

EDITORIAL: Too long a wait for safer travels

For safety’s sake, changes should come quicker

  • Jul 6, 2017

EDITORIAL: Reaffirming our Canadian identity

A historic reminder of what it means to be Canadian

  • Jun 29, 2017
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Ice Palace returns to Cloverdale Arena
Art of Lights opens in Cloverdale
Vintage Christmas in Surrey
2018 Surrey Santa Parade of Lights

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 29, 2017

OUR VIEW: Advance voting higher in Surrey ridings that elected Liberals in 2013

All told 70,895 of the 353,652 eligible voters in Surrey, White Rock and North Delta saw fit to vote in advance this provincial election

  • May 8, 2017

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 15, 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: On the record

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

  • Oct 13, 2015

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 2, 2014

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 18, 2014

EDITORIAL: Distancing themselves

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

  • Dec 12, 2013

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: ‘Social justice’ as student indoctrination

The BCTF comes under fire from columnist Tom Fletcher

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: 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.