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Surrey policing report a “disappointment,” Annis says

Councillors Brenda Locke and Jack Hundial also find it wanting

First look at Surrey’s policing transition report

Document says force will ‘go live’ in April of 2021, operating costs expected to be $192.5M that year

  • Jun 3, 2019

South Surrey Navy veteran recalls memories of D-Day

At 95, Bill Cameron will return to France to take part in 75th anniversary ceremonies

Surrey Fire Service contains fire at Cloverdale condo complex
Teen stabbed after end-of-night limo dispute in downtown Vancouver
Drone video shows massive protest in Hong Kong
Victoria council apologizes to veterans, will fund Remembrance Day

Surrey man arrested with stolen pickup, loaded shotgun

James Gilleland, 33, of Surrey is facing charges

One man arrested, one taken to hospital after stabbing in Surrey

Surrey RCMP responded to the scene Saturday afternoon in the 15100-block of 60th Avenue

Fatal overdose in Surrey recovery home has ‘got the attention’ of minister

‘I’ve got to believe a review (of Zachary Plett’s death) was done,’ says Min. Shane Simpson

North Delta high science teacher honoured with national education award

Delview’s Van Chau was named as a recipient of the Prime Minister’s Awards for Teaching Excellence

Councillor Steven Pettigrew parts ways with Safe Surrey Coalition

Pettigrew will now sit as an Independent on council

Police-involved crash in Surrey’s Whalley area

It happened at 104th Avenue and King George Boulevard

Tofino’s ‘Mushroom Man’ wins Top Chef Canada Season 7

Chef Paul Moran of 1909 Kitchen at Tofino Resort + Marina won the $100,000 prize and Top Chef title.

Embattled Surrey MLA Jinny Sims says Liberal accusations are just ‘gotcha politics’

Liberal House Leader Mary Polak, MLA for Langley, asked the RCMP to investigate Sims

UPDATE: Weekend lane closures scheduled for Alex Fraser Bridge

Drivers are advised that two lanes will be closed during the June 7 and 14 weekends

Six men face 38 charges in Surrey, Delta drug trafficking investigation

Police say case related to group operating throughout the Lower Mainland

More attention to Surrey’s South Asian communities needed in opioid crisis: BCCSU

Underrepresentation in treatment sessions points to lack of culturally-safe recovery spaces

Horgan helps open Delta’s first ever cricket pitch

With the pitch complete, further facility upgrades are now on deck for North Delta’s Delview Park

Cloverdale Recreation Centre to close for maintenance in June

A week-long ‘partial closure’ will be followed by two weeks of full shutdown

UPDATE: Bulldog may be euthanized after boy, woman attacked in Surrey

Dog believed to have been running loose at the time of incident, no owner yet found

PICS in Surrey to get $3.4 million to help young adults train for trades careers

The programs provide training and “employment support” for those 18 to 24 years old