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If Bill C-75 passes in its present form, criminals of various kinds will almost certainly be heartened and emboldened by the prospect of lighter penalties.
Democracy is better when politicians don’t draw the lines on the maps.
Columnist Bob Groeneveld looks at the first Remembrance Day in Langley.
Remembrance Day flybys take on varied meaning for one older veteran.
NDP may remove restrictions on school strikes, union sign-ups
What we do gives people hope. It’s a good feeling to help people who have so little”
Development patterns are skewing which roads we use the most.
PropRep, free votes, strategic voting and political parties – the ins and outs of different systems.
Chapter three: control MLA selection from party headquarters
Pioneer of B.C. electoral reform argues for yes vote in referendum
Get in your time machine and go back two centuries. No police force.
Some notable changes at both council tables
Langley Advance columnist Bob Groeneveld delves into the modern-day fight against a killer disease.
With the election over, unsuccesful candidates can volunteer their time, writes our columnist
Media myth of homeless victims offends those who know better
Veteran of 2005 Citizens’ Assembly urges rejection of new voting systems
Reporter Matthew Claxton said reducing homelessness should be a focus for those elected.
The rules governing marijuana sound like they were dreamed up at a pot party.
Thousands on waiting list while anti-capitalist bullies get priority
I’m not hopeful we’ll escape the rising temperatures of global climate change.