Tom Zillich

Travel to ‘Group of Seven’ art sites using Google Street View, 100 years after first exhibit

Art group’s first formal exhibit was on May 7, 1920, in Toronto

Surrey artists go online with ‘Competitive Paint Off’ and more

An ‘Exquisite Corpse’ drawing lesson among gallery features during pandemic

3D-printing Surrey student makes ‘Coronavirus Rings’ and more, all day long

‘The entire school population is in awe of him, really’

NHL draft a waiting game for Surrey’s Sourdif, a Giant standout ready for next step

‘This year I could have done way better, but it is what it is now’

Surrey MLA to lead review of B.C.’s Personal Information Protection Act

Says MLA Singh: Our increased reliance on tech ‘makes it an especially appropriate time’ for review

Surrey to livestream its Canada Day celebration this year

‘The tone of the programming will be compassionate and uplifting,’ report to city council says

Diaper drive in North Delta timed with Mother’s Day

Collection depot in church parking lot

WATCH: For #MayThe4th, a Star Wars ‘Cantina Band’ jam by VSO musicians and kids

‘We made this video as a gift to the kids who are all stuck at home’

Family awaits trial date three years after Surrey teen was killed in crash

‘We’re pissed off with how slow the system goes,’ says father of Travis Selje

VIDEO: Surrey teacher cheers up students with a class favourite performed solo

‘I wanted them to sing and play along with me at home and remember their favourite things’

First-responders motorcade in Surrey to remember Nova Scotia shooting victims

Multi-agency motorcade to roll from Guildford to Green Timbers on Thursday, April 30

Friday-night ‘Online Kitchen Party’ to feature Surrey’s Pat Chessell

May 1 performance on Surrey Civic Theatres’ Facebook page

Surrey manufacturer hopes to hit home run with face shield that clips to baseball cap

‘We were kind of targeting the food industry but it’s gone beyond that,’ company operator says

PLOT gardeners in Newton deliver produce-filled care baskets to those in need

‘This (project) has really opened my eyes about the community I’m living in and thought I know’

Suspected drug dealer busted during police check on Surrey street

The driver, an adult male, has been released pending further investigation

May 5 date set for plane to spray Surrey area plagued by gypsy moth

Plan is for low-flying aircraft to spray biological insecticide in the early-morning hours

Surrey soccer players run 6,000K ‘to Halifax,’ for victims of mass shooting

Symbolic journey ‘a target, some incentive, and it’s really caught fire,’ club official says

Pandemic pushes Surrey writers’ conference online for 2020

Annual gathering welcomes close to 700 delegates to Guildford’s Sheraton hotel every fall

VSO violinist stays busy with concerts ‘@Home’ in Surrey

Born in Mexico, Jeanette Bernal-Singh has been with Vancouver Symphony Orchestra since 1998