Congratulations to all who ran for office, winners and losers, and to their families, campaign volunteers and supporters. The Fat Lady has sung. It is over.
The Liberals won 50 seats provincially in Tuesday's general election, one more than they did in the 2009 election.
To the editor: -- Re: "Olson wrong on Thatcher," Letters, April 26.
MARGARET Thatcher died of a stroke Monday at age 87 and UK Prime Minister David Cameron's praise - "a great leader, a great prime minister and a great Briton" - was both accurate and deserved.
By the time you read this column, I'll be settling into my new home. I'm going a short distance geographically, but a significant distance financially (from renting to owning).
The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure Phase 2 Consultation Discussion Guide offers five options to deal with the George Massey Tunnel Replacement Project.
Two years ago the Delta Police Pipe Band played in front of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth, at Windsor Castle, in London, England. Present during the show were the organizers of the touring German Military Tattoo called "MusikParade."
The Golden Ears Movie Series ends its season with a film about the controversial Margaret Thatcher.
Two more members of the community have recently been honoured with a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee medal.
White Rock Mayor Wayne Baldwin is the most recent recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal.
Surrey Liberal MLA Dave Hayer is still playing coy concerning rumours he's planning to take a run at federal politics in the 2015 general election.
The Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal was presented to 31 recipients from the Tri-Cities area during a ceremony last Friday at the Vancouver Golf Club on Austin Avenue.
A local sports hero has been awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee medal.
MP James Moore presented 25 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medals on Tuesday. Many of the recipients are well-known in the Tri-Cities community: David Aisenstat, Ryan Beedie, Harry Burgoyne, Mary Anne Cooper, Greg D'Avignon, Ralph Drew, Christopher William Dupuis, Garry Elgear, Gordon Gillard, Chan Hon Goh, James D. Gray, Don Hedges, Jane Hungerford, Connie Isherwood, Hassan Khosrowshahi, Nezat Khosrowshahi, Ann Kitching, Lyall Knott, Tim Laidler, Chris Leveille, Colin Ogilvie, Yoo-soon (Eunice) Oh, Hazel Postma, Carol Rush and Michael Walker.
While Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her Diamond Jubilee on the world stage, Surrey had a couple brushes with nobility locally in 2012.
Four North Burnaby residents have made the list of Canadians who will receive a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal, in addition to the four South Burnaby residents mentioned at a council meeting last month.
When did governing become campaigning - all the time?
Thomas Mulcair painted the Tory federal government as being big on corporate tax cuts for the rich and small on compassion for everyone else while he was stumping in Surrey on Friday.
When did governing become campaigning-all the time?