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Nothing changes if people don’t exercise their democratic right.
General voting day for the municipal elections is Saturday. By now, hopefully…
Ugly, magnets for vandalism, and poor at informing – why do we need candidate signs?
National Newspaper Week brings reminders of the role of the local news.
Reaction has been both passionate and divided after Langley City locked the…
New plans for the largely-dead mall are up for debate.
We need more vigorous investigation and prosecutions of environmental crimes.
A vigorous debate on the issues would be helped by having more than one candidate.
Princeton editor Andra DeMeer tackles the issue placing pets over people
Christmas is coming soon, for those who could organize a safe ride program.
Costs are going up for the massive oil pipeline project Ottawa plans to buy.
Last week’s backlash to a piece of rainbow coloured silk should serve…
Getting out ahead of the train – the light rail train – is vital for City, Township, and Surrey, too.
Hateful graffiti shows Salmon Arm’s need for a symbol of inclusion
Some of the reaction to the Langley school district’s decision to ask…
Chilliwack’s lakes and rivers offer a great place to cool off, but their beauty belies their danger
Those running for civic office should live in the community they want to represent.
The province has to keep connections open for those who can’t drive or fly.
A basic income might work, but it would be tough to get the details right.
Five people were gunned down in the Capital Gazette newsroom