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Hundreds of Syrian students anticipated to arrive before end of year.
James Burton Weaver drove his truck into RCMP cruisers in Newton parking lot in January 2014.
Surrey Youth Vital Signs 2015 report takes the pulse of young people in the city.
All Newton, Clayton and Grandview-area schools are facing significant space constraints.
Only one vehicle was involved in accident, despite James Baker's testimony another car hit his.
Judge sides with Canadian Federation of Students in legal dispute over membership and fees.
District airs capital funding and other concerns to provincial finance committee.
Narindar Wasan breached his most recent probation order and was arrested Oct. 9.
Kids and teens even elect Liberal Judy Higginbotham over Conservative Dianne Watts.
Jagjit Singh Basra sentenced to nine months jail for failing to stop when he struck 19-year-old Shamus MacKay.
But Downtown Surrey BIA report says government needs to step up support in fast-growing city.
Surrey Board of Trade hosts 2015 Police Officer of the Year Awards.
Ming Hwa Yan troupe comes to town for its first and only Canadian stop during North American tour.
Friday night event takes place at Bell Performing Arts Centre.
Sarbjit Bains, who killed Delta's Amritpal Saran and New Westminster's Karen Nabors and Jill Lyons, can't apply for parole for 18 years.
Trial for man accused of killing Bradley McPherson on Christmas Eve 2011 rescheduled to March 2016.
Abbotsford's Daniel Cunningham claims guards ignored his screams during a five-hour beating by inmates.
Canuck brothers launch Clubhouse 36, an out-of-school program to provide opportunities to inner-city children.
Surrey man faces sentencing for killing Delta man and two New Westminster women.
Insurer ordered to pay for replacement of SUV that was totalled when it slammed into Surrey restaurant.