Tom Zytaruk

UPDATE: Surrey RCMP take ‘disturbed’ man into custody after dramatic incident on Scott Road

Police suspected he had a gun but no weapon was seized and nobody was injured

Huge grain, potash terminals proposed for Fraser Surrey Docks

Surrey’s mayor is embracing the projects, but Delta’s mayor has concerns about emergency crew access

BC Hydro issues storm safety tips

Bulletin indicates “electrical contact incidents resulting in serious injury are on the rise.”

Man arrested Monday after Surrey Creep Catchers call police

No charges have been laid in second Creep Catchers incident in two weeks

VIDEO: Surrey family trying to help desperate earthquake victims in Iraq and Iran

They’ve set up a page, Sarpol-e-Zahab Earthquake Relief

VIDEO: Agricultural minister tours a Surrey brewery

Lana Popham is touring a brewery in Bridgeview and later will speak at KPU

Surrey’s Veterans Village, by design

Proposed new Legion building in Whalley has new look for third time in as many years

UPDATE: Woman, 19, seriously injured in pedestrian crash in Newton

Police are investigating at 64th Avenue and 126th Street and traffic is being re-routed

VIDEO: Tory Leader Andrew Scheer calls on Surrey voters to keep Trudeau government “honest”

Sheer was in North Surrey Wednesday for a “roundtable dialogue” at the Surrey Board of Trade office

UPDATE: Surrey shed fire knocked down

Fire was near 164th and Highway 10

Surrey RCMP looking for two suspects in Newton stabbing

Man, 34, was stabbed in the torso Sunday afternoon behind the Hollywood Theatre in Newton.

Surrey Creep Catchers continues under seige

‘I swear Facebook is messing with me,’ Ryan LaForge says

UPDATE: Missing Surrey teen found

Hailey McLelland, 14, located Friday, police say

Surrey cadet plays big role in Ottawa’s Remembrance Day ceremony

Meanwhile, an SFU prof says Remembrance Day participation waning in large urban centres

UPDATE: Surrey pedestrian ticketed for jaywalking after hit on King George

The boulevard was shut down between 76th and 80th Avenue late Thursday afternoon

Surrey RCMP hunt for Newton robbery suspect

Help ID a suspect in an Oct. 14th robbery at a convenience store near Bear Creek Park in Newton.

Surrey School district hired 100-plus extra security guards for Halloween night

Highlights were a smouldering garbage can fire and a broken window. Surrey has 125 schools

Surrey RCMP now confirming investigation of alleged sexual assault at Newton Wave Pool

On Wednesday they would neither confirm or deny an investigation is underway

Agriculture minister to speak in Surrey

Surrey farms do about $167 million in business and employ more than 3,300 workers