Tom Zytaruk

The BC Centre for Disease Control has issued a warning to the public about eating oysters following a spike in reports of acute gastrointestinal illness.

Health authorities issue warning about eating raw or ‘lightly cooked’ oysters

Anyone experiencing diarrhea or vomiting after eating shellfish should call BC HealthLink at 811

The BC Centre for Disease Control has issued a warning to the public about eating oysters following a spike in reports of acute gastrointestinal illness.
British Columbia’s poverty rate — at 13.2 per cent — is the second highest in Canada, according to a new report.

B.C.’s social safety net ‘broken’

The money needed to bring all British Columbians living below the poverty line up to its threshold was $5.8 billion in 2014

British Columbia’s poverty rate — at 13.2 per cent — is the second highest in Canada, according to a new report.
A stabbing victim waved down an ambulance for help as it was passing on King George Boulevard on Tuesday afternoon.

Surrey stabbing victim waves down ambulance for help

Police are looking for three Indo-Canadian men who were seen taking off north on 148th Street in a dark green Ford pickup truck.

A stabbing victim waved down an ambulance for help as it was passing on King George Boulevard on Tuesday afternoon.
A man was arrested after a woman was slashed with a knife in Surrey early Saturday morning.

Woman slashed in Surrey, man arrested

The woman was taken to hospital to be treated for injuries that weren't life threatening.

A man was arrested after a woman was slashed with a knife in Surrey early Saturday morning.
Police in Surrey are investigating two late-night 'gropings' and warn women pedestrians to be careful.

Surrey RCMP ask women pedestrians to be vigilant as police investigate a pair of groping reports

The gropings are alleged to have occurred on Jan.7 and Dec.22

Police in Surrey are investigating two late-night 'gropings' and warn women pedestrians to be careful.
Police investigated 61 reports of shots fired in 2016.

Surrey RCMP say more shots-fired reports were investigated in 2015-16 than what was reported in the media

Police investigated 61 reports of shots fired in 2016 and 88 in 2015.

Police investigated 61 reports of shots fired in 2016.
A Surrey man accused of threatening another man with a weapon was arrested in Bolivar Heights on Monday after the Lower Mainland Emergency Response Team was called to a residence.

Surrey man accused of uttering threats arrested

Surrey man accused of threatening another was arrested in Bolivar Heights on Monday

A Surrey man accused of threatening another man with a weapon was arrested in Bolivar Heights on Monday after the Lower Mainland Emergency Response Team was called to a residence.
Surrey Mounties are looking for four men who broke into a Whalley man's home early Friday morning and beat him up.

Surrey man assaulted in his home during break-in

Surrey Mounties are looking for four men who broke into a Whalley man's home early Friday morning and beat him up.

Surrey Mounties are looking for four men who broke into a Whalley man's home early Friday morning and beat him up.
The Independent Investigations Office is based in Whalley.

UPDATE: IIO investigates after RCMP shoot man outside Whalley house

Mounties responding to a "domestic dispute" and report of a stabbing in a basement suite were allegedly confronted by a man with a knife.

The Independent Investigations Office is based in Whalley.
Surrey-Green Timbers NDP MLA Sue Hammell

Surrey MLA Sue Hammell to retire from office

She'll retire this spring to spend more time with her husband, who is ill

Surrey-Green Timbers NDP MLA Sue Hammell
B.C. Court of Appeal in Vancouver

Surrey drug trafficker loses appeal of his sentence

Malakias Swales's appeal to have his 15-year prison term reduced to eight years is rejected by the appeal court

B.C. Court of Appeal in Vancouver
Houses in Surrey

Surrey residential property values up 34 to 50 per cent

Home owners should receive their assessment notices in the mail this week.

Houses in Surrey
Police are seeking witnesses to a traffic crash that claimed the life of a Surrey pedestrian on Christmas Eve.

Surrey cops seek witnesses to fatal Christmas Eve pedestrian crash

It happened in the 9100-block of 132nd Street, at about 2:45 p.m. A 32-year-old Surrey woman died.

Police are seeking witnesses to a traffic crash that claimed the life of a Surrey pedestrian on Christmas Eve.
According to police, 40 per cent of all impaired driving-related crashes happen between 9 p.m. and 3 a.m.

Surrey Mounties targeting drunk drivers this weekend

According to police, 40 per cent of all impaired driving-related crashes happen between 9 p.m. and 3 a.m.

According to police, 40 per cent of all impaired driving-related crashes happen between 9 p.m. and 3 a.m.
Surrey provincial courthouse

Vancouver cop charged with sex crimes to appear in Surrey court on Jan. 24

Detective constable charged with six crimes, including sexual assault

Surrey provincial courthouse
ZYTARUK: Showing love isn’t exclusive to Christmastime

ZYTARUK: Showing love isn’t exclusive to Christmastime

A wonderful story of strangers coming together to help save a life

ZYTARUK: Showing love isn’t exclusive to Christmastime
The Imagine-X web app shown on a mobile device.

Surrey Imagine-X spokesman says app puts power in voters’ hands

Surrey man in Imagine-X group charting actions of politicians ahead of the May 9 provincial election

The Imagine-X web app shown on a mobile device.
Surrey RCMP are looking for Shawn Lachance of Langley.

Surrey Mounties looking for man accused of threatening Whalley pub patron, staff with gun

The incident is alleged to have happened on Nov. 24, at 1:05 a.m., in the 10700-block of King George Boulevard.

Surrey RCMP are looking for Shawn Lachance of Langley.
Surrey RCMP investigating shooting in Newton are looking for silver SUV

Surrey RCMP investigating Newton shooting are looking for silver SUV

shots were fired in the 7300-block of 125th Street in Newton on Wednesday afternoon.

Surrey RCMP investigating shooting in Newton are looking for silver SUV
A young woman has been awarded nearly $443,000 in court for damages caused when a car that was being chased by a Surrey RCMP cruiser slammed into the van she had been riding in on her way home from church.

Judge awards woman $443K after 2010 Surrey police chase crash

A car that was being chased by a Surrey RCMP cruiser slammed into the van she had been riding in on her way home from church.

A young woman has been awarded nearly $443,000 in court for damages caused when a car that was being chased by a Surrey RCMP cruiser slammed into the van she had been riding in on her way home from church.