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ELECTION 2017: Advance polls open today in Surrey and the rest of B.C.

Six days of advance voting for this election, up from four in 2013

Surrey RCMP stats for first quarter 2017 indicate 24 per cent drop in violent crime

This is compared to the first quarter of 2016. All told, stats indicate 18 per cent decrease in crime

Surrey must create 168 new classrooms, hire 300 teachers by September

District bringing in more portables after Supreme Court Ruling in favour of BC Teachers’ Federation

Surrey-White Rock, Surrey South candidates discuss homelessness, affordable housing

All-candidates forum directs provincial candidates’ attention to homelessness

UPDATE: Days away from homelessness, Surrey family unable to find new home

Surrey family’s situation is ‘the very real human costs of lack of housing affordability’ says LeFranc

VIDEO: Police car and minivan collide in Surrey

Traffic was snarled after a crash involving a cop cruiser and minivan on Fraser Highway Wednesday

Bargains to be had at police auction in Surrey


East Panorama Ridge group vows to fight dense Surrey development


The Surrey Now-Leader has a new look


Surrey Outreach Team strives to balance compassion with enforcement


Pattullo Bridge reopens after brief closure

Stalled truck possible cause of closure

UPDATE: Court awards B.C. woman costs for fees for use of surrogate in pregnancy

Nanaimo woman lone survivor of head-on collision in Surrey in 2011

VIDEO: Big police auction in Surrey on Saturday, in Newton

On the block is stolen property the Vancouver Police department recovered over the past year

Council concerned potable water at risk in Brookswood/Fernridge

Township to correspond with Fraser Health on impacts of Ebco/Weir facilities on Brookswood aquifer

White Rock alters stance on chloramine in water system

Opponents heckle mayor, city manager during heated meeting

SURREY RIDING PROFILES: Surrey-Newton might be small, but it carries a punch

Over the years, Surrey-Newton occasionally toggled from NDP to the right, but has largely been dominated by the NDP.

BC ELECTION 2017: Will Surrey-Green Timbers remain an NDP stronghold?

Sue Hammell held the riding for every election except one, since its formation in 1991

Fort Langley commemorative maple mowed down by tractor

Sugar maple honouring fallen First World War soldier taken out just hours after being planted

BC ELECTION 2017: Three former rivals go for round two in Surrey-Fleetwood

Peter Fassbender, Jagrup Brar and Tim Binnema squared off in the last provincial election

BC ELECTION 2017: Surrey-Whalley has been an NDP stronghold

The riding’s only Liberal elected from 1986 to present was Elayne Brenzinger, for one term, in 2001

BC ELECTION 2017: Surrey-Panorama riding like MLA musical chairs

Some 60,128 people live in this riding, which covers 24 square kilometres

VIDEO: Surrey council vote to pass controversial Panorama Ridge development ‘quite a shock’

Surrey resident Karl Rulofs said he was ‘disappointed’ after the public hearing