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'There is no safe haven' BC RCMP warn drug users
Driver killed in head-on collision near 176 Street
Ten people left homeless after Saturday morning blaze in North Surrey.
The recent cold snap allowed for a perfect outdoor B.C. hockey game.
Three local weaving guilds face off at the annual competition May 14, when there will be sheep shearing demos and more
Students, citizens can learn more about policing in Surrey
Heritage seeds and heirloom plants offer a local history connection for gardeners. Swap seeds and share advice April 2
Free workshop at the Cloverdale Rec Centre focuses on strategies for engaging and maintaining brain health
The Cloverdale Gateway building is among the nominees at next week's Fraser Valley Commercial Building Awards.
Two- and three-year-old horses from B.C. will race for over $400,000 in purses on Nov. 11 at Fraser Downs.
The Cloverdale Community Calendar events listings for the week of Oct. 28, 2015.
Producer, director, and author Ann Fessler is keynote speaker at the 10th annual fall workshop presented by Forget Me Not Family Society.
Fishing restrictions and open fire ban rescinded as rain and cooler temperatures reduce risk.
On Sept. 16 Tweet your #AskACurator questions to gallery staff at 1,000 museums around the world, including the Surrey Museum.
A list of the candidates in the new federal riding, where four hopefuls from the main parties are vying to make history.
Reader Udo Zirkwitz sent in this image of a bald eagle.
Former ladies champ Bambi Hall will take a run at the vacant title as the contenders take to the ring in Cloverdale.
The Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary Panthers have advanced to the second round of senior AAA high school rugby championship.
Celebrate Victoria Day at Surrey's Historic Stewart Farm, hosting a royal tea Sunday.
Guns, explosion rock quiet rural neighbourhood near Agassiz