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‘City council should be ashamed of themselves,’ a clearly frustrated resident vents
A reader bemoans the loss of trees at the site of the new housing development at 112th and 72nd
“Without some kind of forward thinking, where will our system be in five or 10 years?”
The city must take a no-nonsense approach to fix it. After 12 years of non-enforcement, it’s time to get tough.
Readers share some of their own experiences growing exotic foods in the region
The initial firefighters should be loggers and first responders living in the same area as the fire
Also, families of victims must provide information to police. They are not doing any favours by protecting and hiding them.
Readers call for electronic enforcement, car insurance competition
B.C. hunters speak out about grizzly hunt, wildlife management
The letter from Surrey Mayor Linda Hepner is not only “mis-information,” it conveys an inaccurate city master plan for Hawthorne Rotary Park.
‘I would like to dispel some of the misinformation that has been circulating,’ writes Mayor Hepner
Carbon taxes don’t need to grow government coffers
As TransLink CEO, I can tell you our replacement bridge has been designed – and it’s ready to go.
Normally, I send in negative comments on how filthy Cloverdale Athletics Park is left after an event or weekend – but today is different.
Common sense tells me Linda Hepner is not capable of dealing with the city’s gang violence.
Rev. Cari Copeman-Haynes of North Delta's Crossroads United Church calls on Canadians to defend the freedoms of those most vulnerable.
Richard Hobbs answers some of the questions posed in another reader's letter regarding the proposed rezoning of Sunshine Village.
Larry Miller says Woodfibre LNG will cost more money than it makes.
Terry Taylor says coyotes are here to stay so North Deltans like Jimmy ("Coyotes pose a real danger," NDR No. 15, Oct. 13) need to accept it
North Delta resident Jimmy urges the Corporation of Delta to do something about all the coyotes running around town.