Editorial

News Views: In need

Maple Ridge council brings back, defeats hiring social planners.

News Views: Connected

Initially, it was though the youth emergency shelter was re-opening.

News Views: Square One

With Friday's housing announcement in Maple Ridge, what has really changed?

News Views: Letter grade

The province has put on hold getting rid of letter grades at the secondary level, for now.

News Views: Just the facts

When Maple Ridge council first floated the idea for capital expansion, the borrowing cost in the budget was pegged at $110 million.

News Views: Off the rails

Long-suffering West Coast Express train needs a champion, will MP Ruimy be the one?

News Views: No parking

Other Metro municipalities have parking meters, but better transit than Maple Ridge.

Drone captures epic hockey game

The recent cold snap allowed for a perfect outdoor B.C. hockey game.

News Views: All aboard

But when commuter trains are delayed, or outright cancelled, fare payers can’t rely on them.

News Views: Indecent

So what can be learned by sharing the video or audio? What is the benefit?

News Views: No-go zone

Ridge RCMP want to bring the red zone into force within a few weeks.

News Views: Bar raising

Cyberbullying on some social media sites is something all of us can help control.

Cops pedalling for Cancer in Maple Ridge

Tour de Coast stops at Thrifty Foods, Meadowridge School, Thomas Haney secondary, Samuel Robertson Technical and RCMP detachment.

News Views: Shushing

Pitt Meadows council wants to suspend question period for the six weeks prior to a municipal election.

News Views: Place to stay

Maple Ridge is not the only city in the Lower Mainland with a homeless population

News Views: Going up

ICBC claims it continues to grapple with rising numbers of crashes, claims and dramatically increasing costs.

News Views: That they did

Canada won 22 medals at the 2016 Olympic Summer Games in Rio.

News Views: A solution

Seemingly, no one location is going to please all.

News Views: What a waste

A plebiscite to ask residents about switching to a city service would cost about $90,000.

News Views: Fair share

Local chamber advocates for equal application of mobility pricing across Metro Vancouver.