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Big projects, if they ever do come to fruition, are not freebies
Safe Surrey Coalition majority refused to apologize to seven KTRIS members for barring them from participating in council meetings last year
Council passed a motion Monday it can be proud of
Giving Mounties cold shoulder on Canada Day like barring hockey from ice arenas and maple syrup from breakfast tables
At what point must personal interests and aspirations be put aside for the better good of the community a politician serves?
Federal NDP leader might suggest his provincial counterparts address stinging gas prices rather than build a $789 million museum
Cohesion and community identity clearly take a back seat here
Voters might well experience some indigestion heading into the Oct. 15 civic election.
Can anyone deny that this council’s term has not been an all-out circus?
It seems designed to protect members of council from public scrutiny heading into election six long months away
The City of Surrey is offering free gang prevention workshops to parents in April through June
Surrey has been ranked Canada’s second sexiest city after Cow Town, but we know better
Surrey voters left to their own conclusions after Code of Conduct kerfuffle
City of Surrey is moving to double fines to $1,000 from $500. It’s a good start
So what’s got us tossing and turning at night?
There’s so much we can do better this year – if we take it upon ourselves
Clearly, some people have not mastered their reptile brain
It’s not the job of city staff to be cheerleaders for current civic administration
‘The petitioners have placed their trust in Cabinet to do the right thing, and they must not be betrayed,’ Bob Bose says
UBC purchasing $70 million worth of prime Surrey real estate