Surrey couple's 80th anniversary a union of respect, honesty and lasting love
It was Feb. 18, 1937, in a village in British Punjab and Darshan Singh Khun Khun was going to get a look at his bride-to-be for the first time. Or so he thought. “I remember they wrapped the woman in a cloth, a really nice cloth, and she came in,” he ...and more »
- Vancouver Sun
80th wedding anniversary: Surrey couple's lives marked by lasting ...
February 1937 in a British Punjab village, and Darshan Singh Khun Khun would get a look at his bride for the first time. Or so he thought.and more »
- PHOTOS: New look, name and logo for expanded Surrey Museum
SURREY — Artist renderings of the expanded Surrey Museum reveal a modern building graced with a new logo and “Museum of Surrey” name. The $10.3-million expansion project will add 12,000 square feet of space to the existing city-owned facility, which ...
- Roses and Rotten Tomatoes (Feb. 23, 2017)
A big bouquet of roses go out to whomever created anti-bullying day. You rock! A huge bouquet of roses to my neighbour in Newton who was brave enough to clear sidewalks with his ATV during the recent snowstorms. Your dedication towards your ...
- Fraser Downs horsemen predict end is near
Horsemen race, rain or shine, at the Fraser Downs racetrack. Sandra Roberts believes they could have raced through snow, too, if Great Canadian had put more effort into maintaining the track. — image credit: Sam Anderson. by Samantha Anderson ...and more »
- Fraser Downs horsemen predict end is near - Surrey News
Decades-old horse racing tradition threatened by loss of race days.and more »
- OUR VIEW: We give Surrey city council's theatrics one star out of five
On Monday, Surrey city council once again set up its theatre tent at city hall. The drama's storyline unfolded similar to previous shows in Clayton Heights, Panorama Ridge and Grandview. This time, the setting was Fraser Heights, where Surrey city ...
- SurreyCares 'Serving With Distinction' awards to honour those who give
SURREY — With almost 750 registered charities in Surrey, there's a lot of good happening in the city. And that's precisely what SurreyCares aims to highlight at its inaugural event, Serving with Distinction. The date is set for Feb. 28 and organizers ...
- New strategies aim to make Surrey homeless count more accurate
SURREY — The regional homeless count is just weeks away and for the first time, two extra days of counting are planned in Surrey. The 2017 Homeless Count in Metro Vancouver, done in partnership between the BC Non-Profit Housing Association and ...
- SURREY COUNCIL: Residents can't sway city about Fraser Heights development
SURREY — A controversial Fraser Heights development received the initial nod from city council Monday night, despite considerable public opposition. Developer Canadian Horizons wants to build 49 single-family homes in Fraser Heights (on 17855, 17845, ...
On 60th anniversary in Surrey, congregation opens doors to new church among towers in City Centre - Surrey NowOn 60th anniversary in Surrey, congregation opens doors to new church among towers in City Centre
Pastor Gordon Charles outside the new Christ the King Lutheran Church on 104th Avenue in Surrey, near city hall. — image credit: Tom Zillich. by Tom Zillich - Surrey Now; Surrey B.C. posted Feb 22, 2017 at 12:00 PM. SURREY — Sixty years after the ...
- EVENTS CALENDAR for Surrey (Feb. 23 and beyond)
Katrina Reynolds, Lauren Bowler and Cailin Stadnyk in 'Bittergirl: The Musical,' at Surrey Arts Centre's main stage until Saturday, March 4. See listing under Theatre/Stage. — image credit: submitted. 0 ...and more »
- Hydro challenge offers $50 reward
BC Hydro is encouraging British Columbians to join Team Power Smart members across the province by pledging to reduce their home's electricity use by 10 per cent. If successful, customers can earn a $50 reward. Since the program launched in 2008, more ...and more »
- The Province
Surrey man testifies Vancouver cops assaulted, wrongfully arrested ...
A Surrey man testified Monday that Vancouver police repeatedly punched and kicked him, then wrongfully.and more »
- CTV News
BC privacy watchdog investigating vigilante group, Surrey Creep Catchers
VICTORIA -- British Columbia's privacy watchdog has launched a probe into a controversial vigilante group. The Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner confirms it is investigating after receiving a complaint about Surrey Creep Catchers. No ...
BC privacy watchdog investigating Surrey Creep Catchers following complaintCKNW News Talk 980
Surrey Creep Catchers under investigation by BC privacy wat
- Concern growing for missing South Surrey man
Peace Arch News
Michael Fontaine is believed to have left his home in the 2000-block of 156 Street sometime on Feb. 16. — image credit: Contributed photo. 0. by Staff Writer - Peace Arch News; White Rock, South Surrey posted Feb 20, 2017 at 3:00 PM. Surrey RCMP are ...
- Volunteers needed for regional homeless count
The region is gearing up for its homeless count next month and is calling for volunteers – especially in Surrey – to help make it happen. Metro Vancouver conducts a homelessness count every three years to determine the size, demographics and scope of ...and more »
Surrey RCMP raising concern about kids with air guns that resemble ...
Police in Surrey are warning people that showing off air guns or sending out videos of themselves with these things can draw down a lot of unwanted heat, ...
Surrey RCMP send out warning about fake gunsGlobalnews.ca
RCMP issue warning about fake gun trend in Surrey schools ...iNews880.com
Surrey RCMP warn parents of kids' irresponsible BB and airsoft gun useNews1130
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- New $240m water tunnel to withstand quake now operational
Metro Vancouver has opened a new $240-million tunnel built under the Fraser River to ensure drinking water keeps flowing to Surrey and South-of-Fraser residents in the event of an earthquake. The critical phase of the project saw the Port Mann Water ...and more »
Surrey arson suspect sought
Policre are looking for witnesses that can help them determine why someone would have lit a car on fire in North Surrey. On Feb. 13 (Family Day), at about 2:45 a.m., Surrey Mounties were called to a car fire in the 13200-block of 98 Avenue. Police ...
Surrey RCMP investigating after Dodge Charger set on fireGlobalnews.ca
Surrey RCMP looking for arsonist who set car on fire in WhalleySurrey Now
RCMP investigating semi crashCloverdale Report
- Farm-raised salmon processing plant slated for South Surrey
Marine Harvest Canada's salmon-processing plant in Port Hardy is able to operate year-round. — image credit: Marine Harvest photo. 0. by Aaron Hinks - Peace Arch News; South Surrey posted Feb 17, 2017 at 8:00 AM. Marine Harvest, one of the world's ...
- Construction of new Salish Secondary school well underway
Surrey-Cloverdale MLA Stephanie Cadieux, Surrey-Panorama MLA Marvin Hunt and Surrey School District officials toured the Salish Secondary school construction site on Friday, Feb. 17. The new 1,500-student school is located at 7278 184 Street and, ...and more »
- Another billion-dollar year in Surrey
Peace Arch News
Surrey has once again blown past the billion-dollar mark in construction projects in 2016, recording the second-highest value in development in the city's history. City figures provided at the request of The Leader show Surrey saw $1.47 billion in ...and more »
- In Surrey, 'Bittergirl' musical charts breakups with girl-group '60s hits
Cailin Stadnyk, Lauren Bowler and Katrina Reynolds (from left to right) in 'Bittergirl: The Musical,' an Arts Club Theatre Company touring production that plays Surrey Arts Centre from Feb. 22 to March 4. — image credit: Emily Cooper/Arts Club Theatre ...and more »
Fraser Health application for Surrey safe injection sites submitted
SURREY — Fraser Health announced Friday it has finished submitting its application to Health Canada for planned safe injection sites in Surrey. “We have made excellent progress over the past few months in consulting with our key stakeholders and the ...
Safe consumption sites in Surrey move closer to realitySurrey Leader
Fraser Health submits final applications for Surrey supervised cons
- Surrey Women in Business Awards finalists named
Margaret Trudeau is the guest speaker at the Surrey Women in Business Awards Luncheon on March 9. — image credit: file. Surrey B.C. posted Feb 17, 2017 at 9:00 AM. SURREY — Finalists for the 2017 Surrey Women in Business Awards have been ...
Surrey missing man in need of his medication
Surrey RCMP is asking the public to keep a look out for 62-year-old Michael Fontaine. He is believed to have left his home in the 2000-block of 156 Street in Surrey, between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Thursday. He has not been seen or heard from since.
Police say missing Surrey man, Michael Fontaine, in need of medicationSurrey Now
Surrey man missingPeace Arch News
Surrey RCMP looking for man missing since Thursday morningiNews8
- MINTY: Surrey theatre company's Oscar Night Party returns to Guildford hotel
Attendees at last year's Oscar Night Party hosted by Royal Canadian Theatre Company at the Sheraton hotel in Guildford. — image credit: file photo: Gord Goble. by Melanie Minty - Surrey Now; Surrey B.C. posted Feb 16, 2017 at 11:00 AM. SURREY ...
- Surrey Now
FOCUS: Exploring Surrey's nautical heritage
Brown's Landing, in 1902, on the Fraser River across from New Westminster. Surrey paid $700 to build a ferry slip there. — image credit: Surrey Archives. by Tom Zytaruk - Surrey Now; Surrey posted Feb 16, 2017 at 10:00 AM— updated Feb 17, 2017 at 11 ...
- Surrey Now
COLDEST NIGHT OF THE YEAR: Fundraising walk for Surrey's homeless
Barbara Davison and Michael Musgrove are with Surrey Urban Mission. They're busy preparing for this year's Coldest Night of the Year event. — image credit: Amy Reid. by Amy Reid - Surrey Now; Surrey posted Feb 16, 2017 at 8:00 AM— updated Feb 16, ...
- Surrey Now
AGRICULTURE: Surrey launches 'land-linking' website focusing on farming
A map from a new “land-leasing” website, created by the City of Surrey in partnership with a Young Agrarians group. — image credit: FarmableNOW.ca. by Amy Reid - Surrey Now; Surrey posted Feb 16, 2017 at 8:00 AM— updated Feb 16, 2017 at 12:47 PM.
- 2017 British Columbia election: Surrey South riding profile
In advance of the 2017 B.C. election, we'll be profiling all 87 electoral districts in the province. Here is Surrey South, one of nine ridings in Surrey — and where a veteran MLA seeks re-election in a new riding. 1. Like any high-profile cabinet ...
- Morris rink wins BC men's curling championship
In front of a packed house at the Abbotsford Curling Club, Team Morris earned the right to represent the province at the biggest annual curling event in the country this March. The Morris rink, hailing from Vernon and Kelowna, defeated the Golden Ears ...and more »
- Surrey Now
VIDEO: Pre-election throne speech hints at tax cut
Premier Christy Clark's pre-election throne speech promises the BC Liberal government's fifth straight balanced budget, while providing "financial relief" to taxpayers and increasing health and education funding. Surplus government revenue provides the ...and more »
- $20000 scholarship for Surrey graduate
Peace Arch News
A Tamanawis Secondary grad who is studying medicine in the Caribbean has received a scholarship worth more than $20,000. According to information from DeVry Medical International, funds from the Opportunity Scholarship – $21,325 in all – will go ...
- Resident questions South Surrey water quality
Peace Arch News
Carmelo De Seta began filtering his water about five years ago to get rid of the chlorine taste. But he wonders exactly what an additional filter added more recently – which turned brown within months – is collecting. — image credit: Tracy Holmes photo.
- Surrey Now
Valentine love trumps travel ban at Canadian US border (with video)
SURREY NOW EXCLUSIVE: Two sweethearts, Iranian by birth, didn't let Trump's travel ban prevent them from getting engaged. They just had to get creative – and made it happen at the Peace Arch monument. Love found a way. Lesser men might have ...and more »
- Win, overtime loss keeps Surrey Eagles in playoff picture
Surrey Eagles forward Jeff Stewart celebrates one of his two goals Sunday against Prince George. — image credit: Garrett James photo. 0. by Nick Greenizan - Peace Arch News; Surrey posted Feb 14, 2017 at 11:00 AM. The Surrey Eagles picked up three of ...and more »
- Controversial winter shelter to open in Surrey today
The building that will house a winter shelter for the homeless in Guildford. The new Surrey shelter is set to open on Feb. 14. — image credit: Google Maps. 0. by Amy Reid - Surrey Now; Surrey posted Feb 14, 2017 at 9:00 AM— updated Feb 14, 2017 at 10 ...and more »
- Vancouver Sun
Mickey Mouse comes to Surrey in museum exhibit of Disney collectibles
Walt Disney shows off Disneyland in a vintage photo from a Disney exhibit at the Surrey Art Gallery. Jason Payne / PNG. Share Adjust Comment Print. David Lesjak has two passions: the Second World War and Disney collectibles. And he showcases both in a ...and more »
- Surrey robbery suspect sought
Peace Arch News
Surrey RCMP is asking for the public's assistance in locating Jeffery Michael Wayne Goodwin, who is wanted for robbery. On Dec. 10, 2016 at 7:30 p.m., police were called to the 10100-block of King George Boulevard after a report of an alleged robbery ...and more »
- Trial dates set for two accused in Langley drug house raid
Much of a Langley Township house that was used as a clandestine drug lab has since been gutted to remove any toxins and an environmental assessment has been carried out. — image credit: File photo. 0 ...and more »
4x4 and winch needed to pull minivan through Surrey slush
A Surrey man had to use a four-by-four vehicle and winch to free his neighbour's minivan from thick slush along their cul-de-sac on Friday morning. Guneet Shoker, 40, was heading to work when he spotted the vehicle struggling in the thick slush in the ...
- Surrey's Junior B hockey team didn't win a game all season in PJHL
The Surrey Knights lost 7-2 to Aldergrove Kodiaks on Thursday night (Feb. 9), ending a long, painful season in which the Junior B hockey team failed to win a single game. The shots were 64 to 18 in favour of the visitors at North Surrey rec centre ...
Surrey Board Of Trade and Industry Training Authority sign agreement
AT the Surrey Board of Trade 2017 Economic Forecast Luncheon on Thursday, Gary Herman, CEO of the Industry Training Authority (ITA), and Anita Huberman, CEO of the Surrey Board of Trade, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the ...
- Development of new Surrey park receives $500000 boost from TD Bank Group
SURREY — Money from a Canadian bank will make Forsyth Park a nicer place to play. TD Bank Group has given the City of Surrey $500,000 to help develop the new park, located in the City Centre area on 139th Street, at 106th Avenue. The funding ...and more »
- Flooding hits Surrey
104th Avenue is flooding this morning from 160th Street to King George Boulevard. It's just one of the areas experiencing heavy flooding Thursday morning. — image credit: Twitter@JanetBrown980. 0 ...
- Valentine's Day: Some sweet events happening in Surrey
To celebrate Valentine's Day, consider bringing your loved ones to a variety of activities happening in Surrey this week. Several Valentine's Day-related events are planned by the City of Surrey's parks and rec department, as follows: • A “Sweetheart ...
- Surrey schools closed today
“Schools and facilities closed to staff and students … due to unsafe road conditions,” Surrey Schools posted on its website. “School district facility rentals for today are also cancelled.” Facilities staff who are able to make in to work will be ...
- FOCUS: Exploring Surrey's nautical history
PART ONE IN A SERIES: Not many people know just how important Surrey's rivers were, both to the hardy farmers who planted their crops here and to the settlers determined to tame a 'wilderness of waste.' Each day, tens of thousands of motorists traverse ...
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