Lauren Collins

Surrey United receives funding boost for adaptive soccer pilot program

Funding through joint federal-provincial BC Sport Participation Program

Surrey bus drivers win $1M in Lotto 6/49

Couple plans to pay off mortgage, invest in children’s education and fly to Greece first-class

New North Surrey arena focuses on accessibility, inclusivity

Will include fitness centre, yoga studio, indoor cycling starting January 2020

More than 74,000 Surrey students expected to enroll in district this year

Between 1,000 and 1,2000 new students anticipated for 2019/2020 school year

Men wanted on Canada-wide warrants turn themselves in: Surrey RCMP

Shakiel Singh Basra and Amarpreet Singh Samra to appear in court Aug. 30

‘More than just soup’: Surrey’s NightShift celebrates 15 years

Charity hosting birthday barbecue Sept. 15

Federal, provincial governments sign deal for electrification of B.C. energy sector

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Premier John Horgan in Surrey for the announcement

Surrey firefighters seeking donations after ‘high quality items’ stolen from thrift store

Used purses, shoes needed as volunteers prepare for one of the store’s ‘top earning events’

Surrey group gets $600K to help abused immigrant, refugee women

Part of a $3-million federal funding announcement

City Dream Centres hands out 1,000 backpacks at back to school event in Surrey

This is the fifth year the charity is hosting the event in the city

UPDATE: Two men injured in north Surrey shooting

Police say the incident was targeted, may be linked to drug activity

Police hope to speak with witnesses from fatal 2017 stabbing in Surrey

Wally Rogers was stabbed outside his home near 88th Avenue and 144th Street on July 8, 2017

Surrey RCMP say municipal force approval a ‘challenging time’ for detachment

Province green lit the plan, joint committee for transition to be established

Police watchdog seeking witnesses in officer-involved Surrey shooting

This is the fourth incident within a one-week period that IIO is investigating

Province approves Surrey’s plan to establish municipal police force

Minister of Public Safety Mike Farnworth gives green light to controversial plan

Report finds some Surrey school district staff expenses ‘not adequately supported’

Auditor General review highlights practices ‘inconsistent’ with policy, such steaks costing $80

Potters’ House of Horrors sets date for opening weekend in Surrey

The ‘Death Valley Motor Inn’ is an all-new haunted house this year

KPU hosts first welding summer camp in Surrey for high school students

Weeklong course developed by CWB Welding Foundation, funding from LNG Canada