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Column: The (not so) true path to happiness

If sound advice isn’t coming from a verified source, how much value can it really have?

Odd Thoughts: Langley election proves The Rule

Columnist Bob Groeneveld offers his take on why the Township election is shaping up this way.

  • Sep 5, 2018

B.C. VIEWS: Every day is Labour Day for John Horgan’s NDP

Union sign-ups, minimum wage for farm workers on the table

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Odd Thoughts: Old buildings are just old buildings

Langley Advance columnist Bob Groeneveld finds he can’t be very nostalgic over old buildings.

  • Aug 29, 2018

McGregor Says: Summer chores were best done early

My vegetable garden has been a success this year. Hot days and…

  • Aug 29, 2018

B.C. VIEWS: John Horgan’s latest reality check on wildfire threat

‘New normal’ is not a solution, just an empty sound bite

Odd Thoughts: Bumblebees stink of astonishment

Have you ever seen a bee poop?

  • Aug 23, 2018

Painful Truth: Anxiety, attacks, and social media

Research shows Facebook can actually increase violent attacks. What now?

Column: It’s shaping up to be an interesting race in Langley

The municipal election is less than two months away, and recent developments…

  • Aug 19, 2018

B.C. VIEWS: Genuine aboriginal rights are misused and discredited

Camp Cloud one of long line of protests falsely asserting title

Odd Thoughts: Sharing making everything right

Langley resident Bob Groeneveld on having a cuppa is about more than just enjoying a hot drink.

  • Aug 16, 2018

Painful Truth: Reading between numbers on tax stats

The Fraser Institute’s tax numbers don’t entirely add up.

Column: Mother orca’s display of grief sends powerful message

The grief of this orca mother may not be visible anymore, but we must not forget.

B.C. VIEWS: Canadian cities begin to declare themselves city-states

Local politicians meddle in immigration, environment issues

Odd Thoughts: Historic date goes in both directions

From nukes to alternative facts to the doom of repeating history.

  • Aug 9, 2018

McGregor Says: The plastic oasis in the backyard

It was a hot afternoon and I was headed out to a…

  • Aug 8, 2018

B.C. VIEWS: Private health care crackdown touches painful nerve

Many people are no longer prepared to suffer in silence

Painful Truth: Reboots and nostalgia turned toxic

Maybe liking a cartoon when you were seven isn’t that important when you’re 38?

COLUMN: Has social media passed its peak?

Saul Klein at the University of Victoria writes about erosion of trust at Facebook and Twitter

  • Aug 2, 2018

Green Beat: Refreshing signs of change

Elimination of plastic straws is a good first step, but much work remains

  • Aug 2, 2018