Amy Reid

Surrey invites residents to ‘help shape future of Fleetwood’ amid SkyTrain planning

City hosting open house on Nov. 13; online survey also launched

Surrey councillor says decision to ban sleeping in RVs on streets ‘mean-spirited’

Locke calls move ‘unnecessary,’ Elford says his support was about ‘keeping the citizens of Surrey safer’

Surrey’s DIVERSEcity receives $360K from province for counselling programs

Minister of Mental Health Judy Darcy announced $10M in grants for B.C. organizations on Nov. 4

Height, traffic concerns over pair of proposed highrises in Guildford

City receives 229-signature petition opposed to the plan, which Surrey council has yet to consider

‘A great day’: Surrey council unanimously declares a climate emergency

Across B.C., more than two dozen cities, towns and districts have backed climate emergency motions this year

Second round of public engagement for Surrey-Langley SkyTrain extension kicks off

TransLink to hold five open houses; online survey open until Nov. 17

Surrey apartment fire displaces close to 100 people Halloween night

Cause of three-alarm fire in 10600-block of 150th Street not yet known

SFU students create colouring book to help refugees learn about Surrey

400 copies of the book have been distributed to agencies throughout Surrey, with demand for more

Two emergency weather shelters open early in Surrey

Cold temperatures prompt early opening of the extreme weather beds in Cloverdale, North Surrey

‘Whalley Santa Cause’ needs donations for Christmas Day hampers for homeless

Former addict leads Surrey effort again this year, which saw 600 hampers handed out in last Christmas

Surrey Board of Trade calls for more arts, culture infrastructure

SBOT finds Surrey’s inventory of significant arts facilities ‘compares poorly to other Canadian cities’

UPDATE: Power restored to hundreds in Surrey amid windstorm

Wind knocked out power to thousands across Metro Vancouver Friday

Surrey’s Two EE’s Farm Market torn down as city ponders future plans for property

City says it will conduct public consultation before redeveloping the property

One year later: Surrey peacock problems persist despite trapping efforts

City began trapping program roughly one year ago after complaints about feces, noise, vehicle damage

‘Spooktacular Newton’ to close down part of 137th Street Saturday

Train rides, face-painting, dancers and more at Oct. 26 Halloween event hosted by Newton BIA

UPDATE: Body recovered from Surrey building three days after fire

Delay due to concerns surrounding ‘structural integrity of the building’

Surrey unanimously nixes move to allow more liquor stores after strong opposition

Amid a cannabis shop ban in the city, Surrey councillors had questioned proposed zoning changes

Surrey developer says second Central City office tower doesn’t need to be taller

City schedules public hearing for proposed highrise

‘Escalating in Surrey’: Council mulling ban on sleeping overnight in RVs on streets

Proposal came amid complaints about homeless people living in recreational vehicles

Surrey’s ready for winter with 17,000 tonnes of salt, online snow plow tracker

A sidewalk-clearing pilot project is continuing in City Centre this year