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Musicians needed for Fraser Valley Concert Series

Deadline to apply is Sunday, March 12

Surrey Museum to host Black History Month celebration

Join the community-organized celebration this Saturday, Feb. 18.

What happens when the helpers need help?

Kwantlen's Surrey campus hosts forum about first responders suffering from PTSD Feb. 23-24.

Helping mothers and others breathe easier

Annual BC Lung Association Climb the Wall fundraising event is Feb. 26.

VIDEO: BC Men’s Curling Championships in Abbotsford

Provincial crown being awarded on Sunday at Abbotsford Curling Club

Port Mann Bridge reopens after closure for ice clearing

Highway 1 was closed in both directions for 20-40 minutes.

Shootout win helps Giants snap losing skid

Vancouver knocks off Western Conference-leading Prince George Cougars to break eight-game losing streak

Surrey schools closed today

Due to freezing rain and treacherous driving conditions, all Surrey public schools closed Thursday.

Families go ‘back-to-basics’ at Historic Stewart Farm

Spend Family Day at Historic Stewart Farm for a 'light-hearted' history experience.

Surrey schools dig out after longest school closure in 20 years

All 125 school sites are open again after entire district shuts down for two days.

Abbotsford hosting B.C. men’s curling provincials

Twelve teams battling for the right to represent the province

Surrey schools closed again on Tuesday due to snow

B.C.'s biggest school district shut down to teachers and students.

Kubic’s heroics not enough as Giants fall 1-0

Seven straight losses for struggling Vancouver hockey club

Alex Gervais died alone after years of instability, neglect: Child advocate report

Alex Gervais, 18, jumped to his death from a fourth-floor window of an Abbotsford hotel last September while in provincial care.

Lower Mainland digs out from major snowfall, power outages continue in some areas

Dump of 10 to 20 cm yesterday snowiest day at YVR in two years, snowfall warning continues for Fraser Valley

Black Press offers $5,000 business education scholarships

Students intending to study at the University of Victoria’s Peter B. Gustavson School of Business can apply.

Surrey man charged after SkyTrain altercation

Altercation with Transit Police involved spitting, a struggle and a smashed six-pack of cider.

SLIDESHOW: Travel-ban rally at the Peace Arch

Sunday's two-hour rally at Peace Arch Park attracted protesters from both sides of the U.S./Canada border.

Shots fired in Whalley

Witnesses report gunfire between two vehicles Thursday night near 123 Street and 91 Avenue.