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Reader Poll

The B.C. government is at least considering reviving transit on the old B.C. Electric Railway line, which runs through Surrey, Langley, Abbotsford, and Chilliwack.

The line, known as the interurban, carried passengers and light freight as far as Vancouver between the 1910s and the 1950s.

TransLink has rejected the idea of the line in the past, with a report saying it would be too expensive and wouldn’t reach key destinations.

If the interurban was revived, would you use it?

Geoff Goodship was contacted earlier this year by a man who had acquired his father’s First World War soldier’s uniform. Submitted photo

Vancouver Island man to be reunited with father’s 104-year-old First World War uniform

Geoff Goodship got a call out of the blue from an amateur historian who had acquired the outfit

Unrestricted dine-in options have been back at restaurants around Aldergrove for a month, and people – and staff– are returning in droves. (Ryan Uytdewilligen/Aldergrove Star)

Aldergrove restaurants actively looking for servers and staff

Thousands of restaurants across North America are understaffed and struggling to keep up with demand