Amy Reid

Surrey mayor dissolves public safety committee, creates one for police transition

Locke slams the move, saying who McCallum appoints to the committee will be ‘a very large tell’

Flamingo demolition crews hit water main in Surrey

Hotel is ‘98 per cent’ torn down

17-year-old girl seriously hurt after BMW crashes into pole in Surrey

Police seek witnesses after crash in Newton, in the 6300-block of 128th Street

Should Surrey create a campsite for its homeless?

It’s an idea floated by a Whalley service provider, and city says ‘nothing is off the table at this point’

Surrey councillor vows to push for Cloverdale rink in this year’s budget

Councillor also pitches townhall meetings before draft budget is finalized ‘to let people have more input’

Surrey council unanimously approves ‘deeply’ affordable housing project

Options Community Services hopes council will waive $1.5 million in development fees for the project

Surrey charity sues school district over daycare program for teen parents

Options Community Services disputes the validity of a termination notice sent by the Surrey School District

‘FIGHT 4 HOMES’: Surrey homeless call for housing one year after tent city dismantled

Campers at ‘Sanctuary’ tent city vow to fight if city tries to remove them

‘Life-changing’ Surrey brain treatment helps woman heal years after hit-and-run

Canada the first country to offer new ‘PoNS’ treatment, which targets brain through tongue stimulation

Surrey Board of Trade praises ride-hailing timeline but calls for lower licensing

Provincial government announces ride-hailing applications will be accepted in September

Police launch ‘sudden death’ investigation after woman’s body found in Surrey home

Surrey RCMP and BC Coroners Service are investigating the death

Surrey council approves renaming a street to commemorate Komagata Maru victims

A heritage storyboard about the 1914 incident at R.A. Nicholson Park was also endorsed by council

Surrey charity in ‘shock’ after district drops it from daycare program for teen parents

Options Community Services says it has operated the Growing Together program in Guildford for 33 years

FIRST LOOK: 100-unit affordable rental building proposed in Surrey

July 8 public hearing set for the project, pitched by Options Community Services

Surrey Gurdwaras, Hindu Mandir urge public safety minister to approve policing plan

Group says decision will have ‘significant impact on how our communities vote in the next provincial election’

Twelve people displaced after fire rips through Surrey townhouse complex

Surrey Fire says two townhouses were completely destroyed

‘Like a scene out of a movie’: Surrey Mountie’s takedown of armed murder suspect awarded

Surrey’s top cop recognizes 376 acts of bravery at annual Office in Charge awards

Surrey reviewing tree protection bylaw, after request from environmental committee

Councillor says bylaw is ‘a bit out of date’

Changes to Surrey’s new public task force ‘go against original intent’: Pettigrew

Amendments mean public and staff are no longer required to be members of committee

Locke splits from Safe Surrey, slamming mayor’s ‘my-way-or-the-highway’ approach

Councillor says she’s seeking legal advice over ‘defamatory nature of the statements’ mayor made about her