Tom Zytaruk

THE VICTORY: Doug McCallum is Surrey’s mayor once again

Safe Surrey Coalition has huge night, taking all of city council but one seat

Voting by the numbers: Why do civic elections draw the fewest voters?

Academics shed some light on why voter turnout for municipal elections is historically so low

Former Surrey cop Dario Devic gets four-month ‘jail sentence to be served in the community’

Former RCMP officer will be under house arrest for two months after Creep Catchers bust in Surrey

ELECTION QUESTIONS: Are civic elections less important than federal and provincial elections?

No? Then why is voter turnout typically lower? Academics provide some reasons why

Surrey’s advance polling numbers almost doubled

This year 22,185 advance ballots were cast compared to 11,747 in the 2014 civic election

Police release video of suspects in Newton homicide

Randhawa was shot dead in a driveway in the 6700-block of 130th Street on Oct. 11

Former Surrey mayor says civic election a ‘gong show’

‘I don’t know who the hell to vote for,’ Bob Bose says

Surrey’s latest shooting being politicized

McCallum, Gill camps send out press releases hours after Surrey man was killed, about gang violence

Surrey RCMP finds 67 mail ballot applications fraudulent

Investigators have not found evidence linking fraud to any candidate or slate

Surrey mayoral candidates take each other to task

Surrey mayoral ‘dialogue’ at Sheraton hotel in Guildford Oct. 10, staged by Surrey Board of Trade

Suspect sought in May 5 shooting in Surrey

Surrey Mounties are still looking for Allan Jesse Hiscock, 46

Surrey had most housing starts in September in Metro Vancouver

Last month saw 330 housing starts in Surrey

Surrey’s Tom Gill defends campaign after accusations leveled at unnamed supporters

Mayoral candidate says his campaign is clean amid claims some backing him ‘acting like hooligans’

McCallum says no more pay parking at Surrey city hall, near hospital if he’s elected mayor

‘I’ve always believed that’s sort of the people’s house,’ McCallum said of city hall

Surrey Board of Trade wants elections reform referendum postponed

Board’s members want to have more time to study impacts

Surrey’s Integrity Now slate says it would hire 160 more cops if elected

That’s 35 more than what Surrey First promised less than two weeks ago

Surrey’s chief election officer assures voters integrity of elections process is intact

Wake Up Surrey has lodged complaint with RCMP about vote buying, misuse of absentee ballots

Fifteen charges laid in fatal Surrey traffic crash

The crash, at 72nd Avenue and 152nd Street, killed a woman

Suspect charged in Surrey robbery, assault

A woman was held at knifepoint by a robber who took her groceries and a few dollars in change