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Surrey School District is seeing more replica guns in schools, even at elementary schools.
Jamila Peroz, 34, had been missing since Feb. 12. Police reported Friday she's been located.
PART TWO IN A SERIES: The mighty Fraser River's shoreline in Surrey is a short stretch, but is long on interesting nautical history
A Surrey woman is suing the Abbotsford Police Department, City of Abbotsford and three constables
SURREY NOW EXCLUSIVE: Nader Saber proposed to Donya Soleiman at Surrey's Peace Arch monument. Happily, she said yes. Both were born in Iran.
PART ONE IN A SERIES: Not many people know just how important Surrey’s rivers were to both hardy farmers and early settlers.
Funding for Surrey to celebrate Canada's 150th birthday, expand Surrey Museum, upgrade Surrey Arts Centre and renovate Anniedale School.
Canadian voters will "have to address" abandoned pledge to tackle electoral reform come the 2019 federal election, Tory MP Dianne Watts says
Parliament to vote on Liberal motion critics warn is designed to criminalize 'Islamophobia' while failing to identify other religions
Police increasing patrols around the Surrey's Muslim mosques as well as gathering centres and schools following the mass shooting in Quebec
Violent crimes in Surrey dropped 16 per cent and total Criminal Code offences were down by six per cent in 2016 compared to 2015.
Victim was shot dead in July 2015 at his home in the 16500-block of 64th Avenue while trying to protect his family from a midnight burglary.
Maple Ridge resident Hershan "Shawn" Bains, 36, died in a shooting overnight in Newton.
The driver was a man in his 40s, with dark circles under his eyes and salt-and-pepper hair. He wore dark sweat pants and a black hoodie.
Minister of Education says the funding will mean 5,200 new student spaces for the district.
Surrey Tory MP warns of Surrey job losses. Lib MPs "clarify" some "misinformation." Union rep says Watts account "pretty factual."
When it comes to bees, endangerment is big news. Without bees, where would we be?
Both drivers were taken to hospital with injuries that were not considered to be life threatening.
Surrey RCMP closed roads in a Whalley neighbourhood for several hours Tuesday after a distraught man barricaded himself in a basement suite.
It happened last July 7, in the 7100-block of Scott Road. A man with a knife tried to rob the victim as he left the ATM.