Phil Melnychuk

It’s Time trying to find out what Maple Ridge motorists think about transportation

Road pricing commission trying to find a way to toll

Maple Ridge churches asked to help the homeless

Plan underway to offer overnight shelter to street people

Former Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows MLA’s family finally recognized

Chinese served though denied the rights of Canadian citizens

Maple Ridge fire investigation into second week

Blaze destroys downtown landmark

Maple Ridge council OKs $200k study to find elusive route to the east

Will be ready by march, showing how to extend 128th Avenue to 256th Street

Metis flag raised at B.C. legislature

Deputy premier, of Metis heritage, marks Louis Riel Day

Maple Ridge boy, 8, gets barbeque bristle stuck in throat

Has nine-hour surgery to remove two-centimetre long wire.

Volunteer drivers needed in Maple Ridge

Cancer drivers help patients get to appointments

Still no word on shelter or housing in Maple Ridge

Some want BC Housing to host meeting, Speirs wants unilateral action

Maple Ridge talking about indoor and outdoor pools

Council voting on whether to seek public opinion on indoor aquatic centre

Stormy Tuesday night knocks out power in Metro Vancouver

No reported outages in Maple Ridge

Enough already, resident tells Maple Ridge council

Wants better behaviour from all politicians

Maple Ridge realtors collecting winter gear

Blanket Drive under way this week

Ancient herbs harken to spirit world

The plants of the world of Harry Potter

Memories grow old, we shall not forget

Lessons have to be relearned

Update: Night fire in downtown Maple Ridge

Blaze rips through old Mussallem Motors building that housed home renovation business.

VIDEO: Head-on collision in Maple Ridge’s Albion flats

Lougheed Highway has been closed temporarily

Metro Vancouver rapid transit gets mention at ND’s provincial get-together

Tolls gone from Maple Ridge’s Golden Ears Bridge as of September

Keep your online expectations real

But be diligent about posting

Everyone’s part of the neighbourhood, homeless too

Columnist doesn’t offer solutions, says prof