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The collision happened on Sept. 19, some time between 3:50 a.m. and 4:10 a.m., in the 19400-block of Fraser Highway.
Safer Schools Together says many students see the creepy clown phenomenon as a prank and not as criminal behaviour
The name of the 43-year-old victim had not been released by press time.
Clown who appeared to have a bat chased four teenagers in Surrey.
Surrey RCMP's two "Police Officer of the Year" award winners work in the detachment's Special Victims Unit.
According to WorkSafeBC, 6,900 young workers – an average of 19 each day – were injured on the job in B.C. last year.
In very same room he wrote entrance exam 24 years ago, Dwayne McDonald is named Surrey RCMP’s new officer in charge
Surrey won the Union of BC Municipality's inaugural award for Leadership and Innovation in Agriculture for its Biopod Initiative.
The Crown stays criminal charges against man who was arrested in connection with fatal stabbing of Troy Clysdale in Whalley on Sept. 14.
Anyone frequenting the infamous 135A Street strip, as it is, is in a danger zone
Flags are flying at half-mast at Surrey’s Northview Golf & Country Club this week for Arnold Palmer, who designed its two courses.
A man was taken to hospital early Saturday morning after RCMP received a report about a stabbing in the 10600-block of 135A Street.
Everyone's invited to help plant 500 trees and shrubs at Surrey's National Tree Day Planting Party at Clayton Park this Saturday,
In 2006 and 2013 more than 5,000 firearms including 900 handguns, two machine guns and 128,000 rounds of ammunition were surrendered.
Surrey RCMP say Aiden Brown, who was reported missing by his family on Wednesday, has been located and is safe.
Police are trying to trace the last steps of a Saskatoon woman whose remains were found in Whalley's Hawthorne Park in Surrey on May 17.
B.C. the first province to deregulate naloxone, which can now be sold at health care sites, community agencies and treatment centres
The provincial New Democrats say B.C.'s Liberal government is not treating the fentanyl overdosing crisis seriously enough.
They focus on local crime trends, the latest policing initiatives, crime prevention, and reporting crime and suspicious activity.
Events will focus on local crime trends, the latest policing initiatives, crime prevention, and reporting crime and suspicious activity.