Graeme Wood

Alex Fraser Bridge zipper truck ready to give northbound rush hour relief (WITH VIDEO)

Northbound morning commuters on the Alex Fraser Bridge will have four lanes to choose from next week with the introduction of a moveable barrier system using a  so-called zipper truck. The $70...

All Metro Vancouver mayors – except Doug McCallum – want regional ride-hailing licence

Surrey will not participate in licensing system agreed to by Mayor’s Council Dec. 12

Surrey councillors ruffled by ‘rude’ public and ‘emotional instability’ in chambers

Surrey’s short budget process fell off the rails on Monday amidst political turmoil

Surrey’s police transition costs, austerity budget spark frustration

Surrey residents packed a finance committee meeting Monday afternoon (December 2) at city hall to provide input into next year’s budget that provides for austerity-like measures outside of a costly...

Technology can justify more suburban sprawl, Lower Mainland developers told

Developer’s lobby group discusses ways to continue building in suburbs beneath the lens of climate change

Surrey budget proposes low taxes, few projects and police transition

Public can comment by Thursday evening or show up to city hall on Monday

Bloated B.C. real estate trust accounts a boon for legal assistance

Interest on lawyers’ pooled trusts goes to the Law Foundation of B.C. to help low-income and marginalized people trying to access the justice system

Forestry minister forges ahead in China, steers clear of diplomatic concerns

Doug Donaldson met with Chinese state-owned businesses in Shanghai and business giant in Japan

New legal clinic to open in Surrey

$250,000 grant will allow Sources Community Resources Society to staff lawyers for low-income and marginalized residents

Municipal-run power companies and BC Hydro square off at utilities inquiry

District energy projects are growing in B.C. but opaque corporate structures raise questions about rate-setting oversight