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Guest column: Beachfront rail line in urgent need of realignment to prevent further deaths

By Mary-Jane Bennett

The view from the southwest flank of Canada’s coastline —between Crescent Beach and the city of White Rock — is breathtaking.

“It’s Canada’s Amalfi coast,” enthuses Erik Seiz, president of the Crescent Beach Property Owners Association. 694 more words

Opinion

Battleground Surrey: New murder and more silence

Start of the week was once again reserved for bad news from Surrey. Another murder happened in Newton, media and police forces jointly occupied one of the most troubled neighbourhoods in the city for hours trying to understand how and why community found itself in this troubling situation. 525 more words

Politics

Surrey mayoral candidate says only 36 RCMP officers available for shifts

Former Surrey mayor and now 2014 mayoral candidate Doug McCallum says RCMP staffing numbers in the city are “shocking.”

McCallum issued a news release Friday, saying that out of 673 officers in the Surrey detachment, only 36 are available for shift on any given weekday. 291 more words

News

Battleground Surrey: Almost no police on the streets, McCallum on attack but wrong

For the last few decades crime situation and policing in Surrey are the top issues. Issues on which resolution this community still waits and will probably wait for a significant time in the future. 698 more words

Politics

For New Canadian Media: Rasode Could Remake Surrey Race

With the Surrey mayoral elections still four months away, a new candidate from the South Asian community threatens to shake up the race in a city whose population growth is being fuelled by immigrants and new citizens. 70 more words

Politics