Opinion

Odd Thoughts: Consciousness legally deeper today

The rules governing marijuana sound like they were dreamed up at a pot party.

  • Oct 17, 2018

GUEST COLUMN: A better way to manage B.C.’s public construction

Claire Trevena responds to Andrew Wilkinson on NDP union policy

  • Oct 14, 2018

B.C. VIEWS: Cast your municipal vote for sanity on homelessness

Thousands on waiting list while anti-capitalist bullies get priority

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GUEST COLUMN: B.C.’s union-only construction plan doesn’t benefit communities

B.C. Liberal leader Andrew Wilkinson calls it payoff to NDP supporters

  • Oct 13, 2018

LETTER: Reflective election signs no friend to new drivers

A Langley voter isn’t pleased with some of the brightly-reflective signs.

  • Oct 13, 2018

Painful Truth: Are we wise enough to avoid climate catastrophe?

I’m not hopeful we’ll escape the rising temperatures of global climate change.

Our View: Election signs serve no purpose

Ugly, magnets for vandalism, and poor at informing – why do we need candidate signs?

ODD THOUGHTS: Community media matters, including here in Langley

Retired Langley Advance editor Bob Groeneveld encourages people to keep reading their newspapers.

  • Oct 11, 2018

Column: If not now, when will we make the changes needed to stop global warming?

The thought of our children or grandchildren suffering from the ravages of climate change are unbearable to think about, too frightening to consider. So we don’t.

LETTER: Langley trustee thanks candidates for their strength

Putting your name forward for public office is a big commitment, but so too is voting.

  • Oct 8, 2018

LETTER: Langley seniors ask important question of their candidates

There are two seniors-oriented all-candidate meetings this week at Langley’s seniors centre.

  • Oct 8, 2018

B.C. VIEWS: LNG breakthrough likely means higher heating bills

Rest of the province will have to tighten its carbon belt

B.C. VIEWS: LNG breakthrough likely means higher heating bills

Rest of the province will have to tighten its carbon belt

Our View: Local papers still key to the news in your community

National Newspaper Week brings reminders of the role of the local news.

Painful Truth: History made by pigs and potatoes

A war almost started not far from here, thanks to the shooting of an errant hog.

LETTER: No throw away votes, says Langley City resident

A reader wants to ensure voters realize they don’t have to select someone for all nine City spots.

  • Oct 4, 2018

ODD THOUGHTS: Teen braggadacio rules the world

Columnist Bob Groeneveld has had enough of the drama from politicians.

  • Oct 3, 2018

COLUMN: Newspapers matter, now more than ever

National Newspaper Week is Oct. 1-7

  • Oct 1, 2018

LETTER: Please, Langley City parking already at a premium

A Langley business owner adds her criticism to proposed cuts to parking in the downtown core.

  • Sep 30, 2018

B.C. VIEWS: Adrian Dix’s private clinic crackdown begins

Province ramps up MRI machines, but what about surgery?