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“A big townhall meeting” at the Whalley Legion, at 7 p.m. May 29.
Teacher was suspended without pay for one month in 2016
Surrey column writer considers some rough criticism
W.E. Kinvig elementary is the only Lower Mainland school in the running
Nearly one in five rode with a driver who’d been smoking pot
Charges are related to “stings” his group did in Whalley in April.
Across BC 1,034 speeders were ticketed last Victoria Day weekend
Johnny Steven Drynock charged with first-degree murder in Birinderjeet Justin Bhangu shooting
Service for boy, 17, killed in traffic crash, held Wednesday at Cloverdale Baptist Church
Kwantlen Polytechnic University offers a program for training farriers, out of its Cloverdale campus
Surrey will levy a $200 fine for non-compliance and charge the sign owner for removal if necessary.
Mourners denounce ‘disgusting’ crime
A couple of investors allegedly defrauded of $450,000
Police believe Jasdeep Singh Klair, 24, was shot while driving, lost consciousness and crashed
The Guildford Town Centre Walking Club completed its lengthy 24,000-kilometre stroll inside the mall
It will help fund Western Canada’s first university business “student incubator” over the next five years.
Yep, that’s right and you heard it here. Could’ve told you that in 1982, though.
A distinct line has been drawn in our city between right and left — but what does it all mean?
Let the governing begin. Right proper good governing, that is
Police say they found a .40-calibre gun with ammo