Amy Reid

Surrey First vows to expand city efforts to make kids with autism ‘feel at home’

Initiative would include staff and coach training, as well as a sensory room in Clayton Community Centre

UPDATE: Proposal to replace Surrey Knight & Day with 25-storey highrise moves forward

Surrey council gave the application third reading on Monday (Oct. 1)

Laurie Guerra to run with Safe Surrey Coalition again

Guerra ran with the slate in 2014, and earlier this year sought the nomination as the Conservative candidate for Fleetwood-Port Kells

Hayne wants answers after cancellation of two Surrey public safety meetings

Mayoral candidate suspects move to spike meetings was politically motivated as election looms

ELECTION QUESTIONS: What would happen if Surrey LRT was scrapped?

An SFU expert says there is ‘huge risk’ of delay, but not all in the Surrey election agree

Two-person ‘Progressive Sustainable Surrey’ slate joins election race

Imtiaz Popat is running for mayor under the banner, and Deanna Welters to run for council

New ‘ACT Now Surrey’ slate joins school board election race

Two of the slate’s three members were on the now defunct Surrey Community Alliance team

Overnight Pattullo Bridge lane closures begin Sunday

The crossing will be closed to one direction of traffic each night, from Sept. 16 to 20

Boy, 16, in serious condition after Surrey stabbing, police say

Surrey RCMP say teen was stabbed several times near Central City Shopping Centre

John Wolanski to run for Surrey mayor

Wolanski, who took a shot at the mayor’s chair in 2014, says he will be his own largest campaign contributor

Surrey animal control officer attacked in Cloverdale, dog put down: city

Jas Rehal says the woman underwent surgery after suffering ‘quite a bit of damage’ to her arms and hands

UPDATE: ‘High risk’ senior has been found

Police say Sonia Abramov, 76, speaks very little English but does speak Russian and Armenian

Surrey RCMP seek witnesses, video footage in fatal weekend crash

Police hope to talk to anyone with information, particularly pedestrians who were in the area at the time

EXCLUSIVE: Why we left Surrey First

Trio of councillors tell their side of the story about Surrey First’s fracture – and what they say has Mayor Linda Hepner ‘angry’ and ‘insulted’

‘Human Library’ social justice project was ‘eye opening’ for Surrey teens

Fraser Heights students interview Fleetwood seniors and write poetry about their lives as part of summer program

Counsellor Sonia Andhi joins Surrey Students NOW slate

Andhi hopes to land a spot on the Surrey school board in the Oct. 20 civic election

Surrey light rail ‘celebration’ event planned today

This, after the Surrey transit project was ‘officially’ launched by Trudeau and Horgan last week

Surrey Board of Trade calls for funding formula change to tackle portable problem

Surrey opened the school year with 347 portables, which is 14 more than last year

Anti-childhood obesity program launching in Surrey ‘all about habits, not weight’

Two 10-week programs are launching in Surrey this fall, open to children aged 8 to 12 and their families

Independent Surrey Voters Association joins election race

The new slate is running five council candidates in the upcoming election on Oct. 20