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Hey BC Liberals, Surrey doesn't need another finger in the dike - it needs a proactive solution to ease pressure on its overflowing schools
Surrey RCMP investigating after Creep Catcher claims to have videotaped Mountie trying to meet underaged girl
'We have an active investigation and are aware of the allegations that the matter involves a police officer,' Surrey RCMP say
Christian Marcoux was one of 30 golfers competing in the recent 2016 Canadian Amputee and Disabled National Open
New poll confirms it – even overly sensitive people like me are all sick and tired of everybody being offended by everything.
Could it be? Could city council actually make decisions based on what residents want? Did we have them all wrong after all? Sadly, no.
Police talking to neighbours in the 12800 block of 60 Avenue area of Surrey this morning after more shots were fired in Newton Monday night.
Two days laid out on couch with flu does two things. It makes you surly – and it gives you lots of time to think and form opinions.
Surrey RCMP’s Serious Crime Unit is wanting to speak to witnesses after 'targeted incident' on Whalley Boulevard Thursday night
Spending time with Surrey's Brent Burgher may lead to a few uncomfortable moments but it will forever change the way you view Tourette’s
Tourette's must be a terrible thing to live with but Brent Burgher's positive outlook is sure to inspire everyone who reads his story.
A win this weekend would send Vancouver Metro Soccer League Premier division team to nationals for first time since 2011
Will I sleep better after experiencing a simulated 8.0 earthquake? Probably not. But at least I feel more prepared and better educated
Two words come to mind – déjà vu. Well, there are other two-word phrases that come to mind but that’s the only publishable one.
Opening in May, rapidly growing urban axe throwing club is expected to be a big draw in Newton for special events
If cops are going to talk about engaging the public in a meaningful way, why don't they simply start with the basics?
'It only takes one kind gesture to make someone feel special,' says Jen Temple after heartwarming interaction with homeless man
Recognizing police can’t be everywhere, Block Watch volunteers across Surrey are empowering their neighbourhoods with information
Jordan Buna is urging youth – and their parents – across the province to learn from his mistakes and make better choices.
City of Surrey updates business community on plans for Cloverdale's town centre
A stroke of a key – that’s all it takes. Don’t want someone to see a photo? Delete it. Think a photo is unflattering? Untag yourself.