BC starts hiring new teachers, with biggest share going to Surrey
Students put the finishing touches on wooden ride 'em toys at the wood shop at Fraser Heights Secondary school in Surrey, BC Wednesday, December 8, 2016. Jason Payne / PNG. Share Adjust Comment Print. Metro Vancouver school districts have started ...and more »
- Then there were seven
The Surrey RCMP made a list, checked it twice, and now have three men from its annual naughty-and-nice list in custody. In December, the Mounties released their annual top 10 most wanted alleged offenders in hopes the public could help find them.
- Suspected cocaine seized at South Surrey border
Border officers at Pacific Highway seized 17 bricks of suspected cocaine from a northbound vehicle last October. — image credit: Canada Border Services Agency photo. by Tracy Holmes - Peace Arch News; South Surrey, Surrey posted Jan 16, 2017 at 10:00 ...and more »
- Woman slashed in Surrey, man arrested
A man was arrested after a woman was slashed with a knife in Surrey early Saturday morning. — image credit: Surrey Now. 0. by Tom Zytaruk - Surrey Now; Surrey posted Jan 16, 2017 at 9:00 AM. SURREY — A man was arrested after a 32-year-old woman ...
- The Province
Anti-racism rally marks Martin Luther King Day in Surrey
An anti-bigotry march and rally drew a few dozen people to Surrey Sunday to take a stand against bigotry and what organizer Imtiaz Popat worries is a resurgent white supremacist movement. Carrying placards and signs, the crowd marched from the plaza ...and more »
2017 British Columbia election: Surrey-Panorama riding profile
In advance of the 2017 B.C. election, we'll be profiling all 87 electoral districts in the province. Here is Surrey-Panorama, one of nine ridings in Surrey — and one where that will get plenty of interest between now and election day. 1. In some ways ...
- The Province
Surrey rescue society focuses on 'Loveabull' side of bully breeds
SURREY — Some passionate animal lovers are hoping the public will support their efforts rescuing and retraining bully breeds. Surrey-based Loveabull Rescue Society is planning a family skate in February to raise money and bring awareness to their efforts.and more »
- Trail Smoke Eaters merciless in Surrey Eagles drubbing
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It was just one of those nights for the Surrey Eagles, where nothing went right, as Ross Armour counts his second of the night for the Trail Smoke Eaters en route to a 19-3 drubbing of the Eagles on Saturday at the Cominco Arena. — image credit: Jim ...
2017 British Columbia election: Surrey-Whalley riding profile
In advance of the 2017 B.C. election, we'll be profiling all 87 electoral districts in the province. Here is Surrey-Whalley, one of nine ridings in Surrey — and one where the NDP are heavy favourites. 1. In every election, there comes a story about ...and more »
- Vancouver Sun
Man arrested after Surrey woman stabbed
A 36-year-old man has been arrested after a woman was stabbed in the 13500 block of 90 Avenue in Surrey Friday night. Stuart Davis / PNG files. Share Adjust Comment Print. A 36-year-old man has been arrested after a woman was stabbed in the 13500 ...
Stabbing in Surrey lands woman in hospital, suspect in custodyGlobalnews.ca
Woman stabbed in North SurreySurrey Leader
One in custody following early morning stabbing in Surre
- Thunder to play Totems for RCMP banner
Aassem Abdel Aziz of the Semiahmoo Totems dribbles against the defence of the Southridge Storm during a quarterfinal game of the Surrey RCMP Classic. The Totems will play the Panorama Ridge Thunder in tomorrow's championship game. — image ...and more »
- Surrey posts job positions for teachers
Surrey is looking to immediately hire teachers and counsellors to fill 55 new positions across the school district. Applications for the job openings – details of which are now posted on the Surrey School District website – are being accepted until ...and more »
- Actors sought for 'Homechild' play at Surrey Little Theatre
Duncan Fraser and Shirley Broderick in the Arts Club Theatre Company's production of 'Homeland' in 2009. — image credit: Vancouverplays.com. by Tom Zillich - Surrey Now; Surrey B.C. posted Jan 13, 2017 at 4:00 PM. SURREY — Audition dates have ...
- Surrey, Langley in talks for Kinder Morgan pipeline benefits
To compensate for pipeline construction disruption, some but not all municipalities along the route will get significant benefits payouts from Kinder Morgan. — image credit: Kinder Morgan Canada. by Jeff Nagel - BC Local News; B.C. posted Jan 13, 2017 ...and more »
- EDITORIAL: Old political goodie still works
It is a rare occasion when the homeowners' grant becomes a hot political issue, but it was shaping up to do so in the May 9 provincial election. The reason is that many Metro Vancouver homeowners, including a substantial number in Surrey and White Rock ...
- CTV News
Women urged to be cautious after sex assaults in Surrey
Surrey RCMP are urging women to use extra caution after two sexual assaults in the city within a few weeks. In both cases the female victims were walking alone in the early morning hours when they were attacked by a stranger. On Dec. 22 a woman was ...
Two sexual assaults in three weeks in SurreyNews1130
Police look for tips after 2 women groped in SurreyGlobalnews.ca
More 'shots fired' calls for Surrey RCMP than rep
- No surprises among semifinalists at RCMP Classic
The final four teams chasing a championship at the Surrey RCMP Classic have been determined. The three-time defending champion Tamanawis Wildcats, last year's runner-up Panorama Ridge Thunder, as well as the Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers and ...and more »
RCMP in Surrey, BC investigating 2 recent groping incidents
Police in Surrey, B.C. are asking for the public's help after two women were groped in separate incidents in the middle of the night in the last three weeks. The first happened on Dec. 22 at 12:40 a.m. PT. A woman was wearing headphones and walking ...
RCMP investigating two alleged groping incidents in SurreyGlobalnews.ca
Sexual assault on Surrey/Langley borderLangley Times
Surrey RCMP investigating two sex attacksSurrey
- Youth extreme weather beds open in Surrey
GUILDFORD — A new extreme-weather site specifically for youth opened for the first time Surrey last week. Ten mats were set up at Guildford Youth Resource Centre beginning the night of Jan. 6 and will be open when the city's extreme-weather response ...
- Surrey school board unsure where new teachers will work
SURREY — The Surrey School District will soon hire more than 100 teachers, but it's not yet known where they will go. “Our only concern is trying to figure out where the space is going to be,” Surrey school board's vice chairperson Laurie Larsen told ...
Surrey RCMP say more shots-fired reports were investigated in 2015-16 than what was reported in the media - Surrey NowThe Tri-City News
Surrey RCMP say more shots-fired reports were investigated in 2015-16 than what was reported in the media
SURREY — The Surrey RCMP has revealed there were 35 more shots-fired reports investigated in the past two years than what had been reported by the media. Surrey Mounties responded to 88 “shots-fired incidents” in 2015 and 61 in 2016. That's more ...
Surrey man charged after banks robbedSurrey Leader
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- Margaret Trudeau to speak at Surrey Women in Business Awards
SURREY — Margaret Trudeau will be the keynote speaker at a business awards event in Surrey on Thursday, March 9. At lunchtime that day, the Surrey Board of Trade will host the 8th annual Surrey Women in Business Awards at the Sheraton Vancouver ...
- Charity-minded '100+ People Who Care' group launched in Surrey
SURREY — When Jen Robbins heard about a global movement that began a decade ago as “100 Women Who Care,” she went about creating a similar chapter here in Surrey. “I loved the idea so I pitched it to some of my favourite get-er-done types,” ...
- Quarterfinals set at RCMP Classic
Princess Margaret Lion Gerald Librada leaps towards the basket next to Rajan Atker of the Panorama Ridge Thunder during a senior boys' game the 26th annual Surrey RCMP Basketball Classic at Panorama Ridge Secondary on Jan. 10. — image credit: ...and more »
Surrey group recycles almost 20 tonnes of Vancouver Island beach debris
Volunteers with the Ocean Legacy Foundation hauled away about 20 tonnes of Styrofoam, buoys, plastic drink containers and more from Vancouver Island beaches over the spring and summer of 2016. But that wasn't the end of the story: the Surrey-based ...
- EVENTS GUIDE for Surrey (January 12 and beyond)
Wrestler Gangrel returns to Cloverdale for a “Fangin' and Headbangin'” event on Jan. 13. See listing under Wrestling. — image credit: submitted. 0. Surrey B.C. posted Jan 11, 2017 at 11:00 AM. CONCERTS. Jazz Vespers at Northwood United Church: ...
- The Tri-City News
Surrey man charged after banks robbed
Bank employees and customers alike are likely breathing easier now that a man has been arrested and charged for a pair of armed robberies in Surrey and Port Coquitlam. Richard Cody Graham, a 33-year-old Surrey man, is accused of two robberies that ...
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- 70 per cent assessment rise raises concerns for South Surrey senior
Margo Wood plans to appeal the assessments of her Ocean Park home and White Rock rental property – the latter of which jumped by 70 per cent. — image credit: Tracy Holmes photo. 0. by Tracy Holmes - Peace Arch News; Surrey, South Surrey, White Rock ...
- BASKETBALL: Surrey boys teams play for RCMP tourney title this week
Panorama Ridge Thunder and Tamanawis Wildcats players in action during the 2016 Surrey RCMP Basketball Classic tourney, won by the Wildcats. — image credit: Gord Goble/Now files. by Tom Zillich - Surrey Now; Surrey B.C. posted Jan 11, 2017 at 8:00 ...
Snow and ice making Surrey Food Bank deliveries difficult
WATCH: The Surrey Food Bank is struggling to make deliveries due to the snow and ice. Nadia Stewart has a look at the serious challenges in getting help to those who need it most. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial ...
- Surrey senior multiple world record holder
Surrey athlete Harold Morioka was born to run, although it took nearly 30 years for his world championship journey to begin. Morioka was recently inducted into the B.C. Athletics Hall of Fame at a ceremony held Nov. 19, 2016 in Richmond. The honour ...and more »
A trip down Surrey's 135A Street with the new RCMP outreach team
It's Monday morning on 135A Street in Surrey. It's cold out and residents are just waking up, stirring from their tents, getting dressed, getting water. Several police officers are walking along the strip, greeting campers by their names, asking how ...
Surrey outreach team connecting with people on 'The Strip'
A new group of RCMP and bylaw officers are setting up shop on an infamous stretch of 135A Street in Surrey known as "the Strip." (Kurtis Doering, NEWS 1130 photo). Summary. Team made up of 12 Mounties, four bylaw officers. SURREY (NEWS 1130) ...
- Woman takes to Surrey tree - Surrey News - Surrey Leader
Firefighters, police spend hours trying to coax woman down from cedar in Guildford.and more »
- Woman takes to Surrey tree
Surrey firefighers and RCMP officers watch as a woman remains perched on a tree in Guildford on Saturday afternoon. — image credit: Boaz Joseph photos / The Leader. 0. by Boaz Joseph - Surrey North Delta Leader; posted Jan 7, 2017 at 7:00 PM— ...and more »
Surrey handed out 130 warnings for icy sidewalks this week
The City of Surrey has handed out over 100 warnings so far this week to property owners who haven't cleared their sidewalks of snow and ice. City officials told Global News that between Jan. 3 and Jan. 7, 130 warnings were issued to residents who ...
New Surrey Outreach Team officially gets boots on the ground
A special branch of RMCP officers has teamed up to build relationships with homeless people in Surrey. This week marks the launch of the Surrey Outreach Team, a group of 12 RCMP officers whose aim is to get to know the homeless people in the so-called ...
City program targets problems in WhalleySurrey Leader
Surrey man assaulted in his home during break-inSurrey Now
Police investigate Surrey shootingCKNW
Surrey mixing salt with sand to extend de-icing stock
The City of Surrey, B.C., is choosing to err on the side of caution by mixing its salt supply with sand to ensure the supply lasts the entirety of this unusually cold Lower Mainland winter. "This year, given that there's significant delays in salt ...and more »
Surrey mixing salt with sand to extend de-icing stock - British ... - CBC
The City of Surrey, B.C., is choosing to err on the side of caution by mixing its salt supply with sand to ensure the supply lasts the entirety of this unusually cold ...and more »
- The Province
Ottawa hits snag seeking terrorist peace bond for Surrey pair
The federal government has landed in a legal quagmire trying to impose peace bond restrictions on the poor Surrey couple cleared last summer of terrorism charges. Provincial Court Judge Reg Harris in Vancouver told the Crown it might want to abandon ...and more »
- 100 new teachers could be coming to Surrey
Christina Smith, an english and humanities teacher at Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary sets up her classroom this past September. — image credit: EVAN SEAL PHOTO. by Evan Seal - Surrey North Delta Leader; posted Jan 6, 2017 at 4:00 PM. B.C. school ...and more »
- COLUMN: Surrey no longer an awkward teen
Surrey is growing up, and while many elements of the awkward stage still remain, it is starting to take shape as a city in a way that it never has before. Vancouver-based media and regional politicians have made fun of Surrey for years – certainly back ...
- Vancouver Sun
A Risky Jump heads into the void again at the Surrey Art Gallery
A Risky Jump by Scott Billings is at the Surrey Art Gallery from Saturday, Jan. 21 to Sunday, March 19. PNG. Share Adjust Comment Print. If you missed Scott Billings' great video installation A Risky Jump the first time around, you can see it again ...
- CKNW News Talk 980
City of Surrey warns against outdoor ice skating
CKNW News Talk 980
While the City of Vancouver has given the all-clear to skating on Trout Lake, the City of Surrey says it doesn't sanction skating on any frozen lakes or other bodies of water. Acting Manager of Parks for the City of Surrey Tim Neufeld says in spite of ...and more »
IIO investigating after man shot by Surrey police responding to stabbing
The Independent Investigations Office has been called in after an officer-involved shooting in the basement apartment of a Surrey home early Thursday. Surrey RCMP were called to the home at 12030 100th Avenue at 7 a.m. after reports of a domestic ...
Man in hospital following police-involved shooting in SurreyCBC.ca
Surrey Mountie shoots man in chestSurrey Leader
IIO called out to officer-involved shoo
Surrey shatters filming record in 2016
Last year was a record shattering year for Surrey's film industry as the city issued 170 film permits, a marked increase from the then-record 97 it handed out in 2015. "It's been a remarkable year," said Surrey film liaison James Monk. "Talking with my ...
Man in hospital following police-involved shooting in Surrey
A man is in hospital and the IIO is investigating following a police-involved shooting in Surrey, B.C., Thursday morning. Surrey RCMP say they were called to the 12000 block of 100th Avenue at 7 a.m. after a report that a woman had been stabbed ...
Surrey Mountie shoots man in chestSurrey Leader
IIO investigating after man shot by Surrey police responding to stabbingVancouver Sun
IIO called out to officer-involved shooti
- Surrey shifts gears on its road-salting strategy
Peace Arch News
A pile of salt and sand at the Surrey works yard is ready for distribution.With thick sheets of ice remaining on many local roads, Surrey is using a salt-and-sand mix to provide for better traction. — image credit: Evan Seal photo. by Kevin Diakiw ...and more »
- South Surrey garden plight on city's agenda
Peace Arch News
Siblings Dustin and Keira McRae, aged five and nine years old, pose with a 'Save Gratitude Garden Park' sign. — image credit: Contributed photo. by Tracy Holmes - Peace Arch News; South Surrey, Surrey posted Jan 5, 2017 at 12:00 PM. The future of a ...
- Roses and Rotten Tomatoes (Jan. 5, 2017 edition)
Roses to a gentleman who helped me get my car out of ditch late at night near the intersection of Highway 17 and Bridgeview Drive. I did not know that there was black ice on the road and my mini van spun into the ditch. He pulled over and asked me if ...
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