Aaron Hinks

South Surrey man and city settle beef over backyard cow

Asad Syed, who kept a calf on his property last year, met City of Surrey in court Tuesday

White Rock to ’embark on a new direction’ for city’s management

Dan Bottrill has been the city's chief administrative officer since 2012

PHOTOS: White Rock marks Remembrance Day

Hundreds of people gathered Monday morning to give thanks to veterans

South Surrey residents try to slow Semiahmoo Town Centre plan

Resident association says it needs more time to collect feedback from locals

Peace Arch Elementary students take control of school’s crosswalk

Grade 6 students participate in effort to increase pedestrian safety

Legion volunteer a familiar face in South Surrey’s Ocean Park neighbourhood

George Grasdal has been selling poppies for the Legion for the past 13 years

New court date set for men charged in South Surrey shooting death of Hells Angel

Calvin Powery-Hooker and Nathan De Jong scheduled to make next appearance Dec. 5

Volunteer firefighter and former marine to row for PTSD support

Former member of U.K.'s elite Royal Marine Commando unit to launch Remembrance Day fundraiser

New ‘downtown’ plan for South Surrey near its final form

Plan sets framework for highrise development north of 16 Avenue

South Surrey’s Smuggler’s Inn case to stay in Supreme Court

Robert Boule is accused of helping people illegally enter Canada at the U.S. border

Semiahmoo Peninsula rail relocation effort refocused

Advocates launch a website, strive to inform residents on process

White Rock mayor to deliver two State of the City addresses

Paid event to be hosted by the chamber, free event to be hosted at community centre

‘I’ve been so blessed,’ Hogg says, thanking South Surrey-White Rock community

Defeated Liberal candidate reflects on career, plan for future

Molly Maid vehicle broken into in Surrey, client house keys stolen

Company says they 'swiftly' dealt with incident, no clients were victimized

Forum: Candidates talk housing, affordability in South Surrey-White Rock

Candidates eventually go off-script when discussing affordability options

No injuries reported after ‘T-bone’ collision in South Surrey

Three-vehicle collision occurred at 184 Street and 40 Avenue intersection

Voters’ priorities vary at South Surrey-White Rock polling station

Housing, affordability, environment were reoccurring themes

Cyclist reportedly struck by vehicle in Surrey

Man was rushed to hospital after incident on 104 Avenue

Trudeau visits Cloverdale in final hours of campaign

Canadians vote tomorrow

South Surrey man allows smart meter installation ‘under duress’

BC Hydro says devices emit fraction of radio frequency from a cellphone