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Federal Election 2015: B.C. winners could earn cabinet posts, losers get lucrative pensions

From former mayors making their federal mark to Conservative cabinet ministers conceding defeat, B.C’s political landscape looks quite different in the wake of Monday’s federal election. 516 more words


Dianne Watts elected in South Surrey-White Rock

Conservative candidate Dianne Watts has been elected in the riding of South Surrey-White Rock in B.C.

The former Surrey mayor took 44 per cent of the vote, beating out Liberal Judy Higginbotham, who finished with 41.5 per cent. 187 more words


Conservatives promise to fund Surrey LRT if re-elected

With just three weeks to go until Canada votes, a key B.C. battleground got a major election commitment today.

The Conservatives are honing in on the Lower Mainland and promising to help fund a $2.1 billion light rail system (LRT) in Surrey if they are re-elected. 220 more words


The Gargoyle - Surrey Conservative candidate warns: no safety from ISIS, even in bedrooms

Star Conservative candidate Dianne Watts is raising eyebrows among some voters in British Columbia’s Lower Mainland with a scary campaign flyer about the threat of ISIS terrorism. 176 more words


Police making progress against Surrey gun violence: Mayor

Gangsters with guns, a window shot out at a bakery, now a home invader prepared to shoot to kill.

Surrey residents are on edge with reports of frequent public gunplay. 780 more words

The Real Scoop

Battleground Surrey: "Concerned citizens" and candidates went back to silence and anonymity

During last year election campaign numerous candidates for Mayor and for Council stepped up to expressed their care and concern about Surrey future. That care and concerned lasted shorter than political campaign fought at the end of November. 606 more words

Battleground Surrey: End of an era - Goodbye to Watts and Rasode

City of Surrey will have a chance to say final goodbye to outgoing long term Mayor Dianne Watts and Councillor Barinder Rasode who will not be part of local government in the next term. 410 more words