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Just as integral in neighbourhoods in Vancouver and Surrey as they are in Prince George or Kelowna
A steep drop in tourist visits will hit hard, in particular, Vancouver Island, the Lower Mainland and the Okanagan hard
Columnist Frank Bucholtz on how the Coastal GasLink pipeline dispute got so bad
It’s a mishmash of rules for cannabis sales in B.C.’s municipalities
Horgan’s biggest challenge in the remainder of his term will be to keep the economy humming along
In recent years, property owners have pored over assessments much more closely
B.C. economy continues to do well generally, with low unemployment rates and good job creation numbers
First Nations are leading a new surge of investment in B.C.
Fuel prices seem to remain stubbornly high in many places of B.C.
Frank Bucholtz is a columnist and former editor with Black Press Media
A long-term regional plan must be devised for the busy commuter route,says columnist and former Times editor, Frank Bucholtz
The proposed change in Langley provincial electoral boundaries has prompted a response from the Fort Langley-Aldergrove MLA
Four members of family killed in murder-suicide will be remembered at Bethel Mennonite church on Friday afternoon
Almost nine years after Margaret Redford's death, a trial date has yet to be set for the man accused of killing the Aldergrove woman.
Public will be able to comment on proposed provincial boundary shifts, which put Langley and Abbotsford together in two ridings.
Langley would have three MLAs, but two of them would represent significant portions of Abbotsford
Langley Township Mayor Jack Froese asked about improvements to bus service in Monday night telephone town hall.
A forum Wednesday night featured speakers and information from the 'yes' campaign on the transportation and transit referendum.
Three-way races for mayor in both Langley Township and Langley City were costly for most candidates
Bill Tieleman of the "Yes" campaign debated Jordan Bateman of the "No" forces, over 0.5 per cent congestion improvement tax.