Columnists

B.C. unions, protesters move up

John Horgan government pleases labour, environmentalists

Painful Truth: More history in Langley than meets the eye

Langley’s suburban recent history covers a much deeper story.

Odd Thoughts: Langley gardender goes buggy over basil

Columnist Bob Groeneveld found a big white catepillar sitting in his container of homegrown basil.

  • Jul 19th, 2017

Hype doesn’t help forest fire efforts

Andrew Weaver’s climate change claim doesn’t match reality

Hype doesn’t help forest fire efforts

Andrew Weaver’s climate change claim doesn’t match reality

Painful Truth: Cynicism needed about coming future

The next big thing could be a miracle wrapped around a curse.

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Prospera Valley GranFondo 2017
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Langley City Legendary Water Fight 2017
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Gone Country 2017
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Hunting for art in Fort Langley
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Wildfire reflections: A time for no ifs, and or butts

How do people not understand the dangers they pose to themselves and others?

Odd Thoughts: Mini-cukes are proof of gardeners’ silliness

Columnist Bob Groeneveld writes about being a ham-fisted green thumb.

  • Jul 12th, 2017

The conquest of rural B.C.

Urban environmentalists have occupied the NDP

Painful Truth: Self-inflicted injuries dogged Liberals

Christy Clark’s political downfall was largely engineered by Christy Clark.

Odd Thoughts: Scratching and clawing still works

Columnist Bob Groeneveld scratches to get below the surface of the current political theatre in B.C.

  • Jul 5th, 2017

B.C.’s big money battle isn’t over yet

John Horgan, Christy Clark posture on poltical donations

Painful Truth: Corporate cravings not easily satisfied

We can’t even pretend to be surprised when corporations do wrong.

Odd Thoughts: Ancient reports duly noted

How times have changed in the newspaper game.

  • Jun 27th, 2017

All parties throwing your billions around

Christy Clark promises to match NDP, Greens spending spree

Painful Truth: Apps not key to changed future

Weirder technology, like a tabletop virus builder, will become important soon.

Opinion: Attack the issues, not the individuals

The Internet can be a dark place for respectful conversation

Opinion: Attack the issues, not the individuals

The Internet can be a dark place for respectful conversation

Shiny cars outshine drivers’ brilliance

Roads: If you build it, they will race down it.

  • Jun 21st, 2017

Skookum bucks for B.C. Liberals

Wait until you see Christy Clark’s next money move