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Let’s be honest with each other here. The scene that played out on Tuesday was ridiculous. Plain and simple.
Students from six North Delta schools will strut stuff at North Delta Secondary school on Tuesday (Feb. 21)
Our American neighbours find themselves shocked that someone they just made president is actually doing what he said he would do.
Sitting with my son in Abbotsford Centre for WWE’s Road to Wrestlemania, I realized there can be much to learn from pro wrestling
Ninety-one-year old woman was reported missing in Surrey on Friday
$217 million is indeed an “amazing start,” but let's not kid ourselves – we’ll be right back where we started in another three years
Francis Le, 24, died after being found with stab wounds in the parking lot of Richmond General Hospital
Surrey RCMP say body was found in building that caught fire in the 10800 Block of 132 Street in Surrey on Sunday morning
Tamanawis Secondary grad works tirelessly to raise awareness and rally donors
First responders tried to revive the boy for about an hour.
Surrey resident Marco Iannuzzi honoured by CFL for selfless giving
As with anything, Christmas music is all about moderation. If you start too early, there’s no way you’re going to last until the end.
Twins Julie and Christina Sevsek, 17, share a serious passion for running
Police say one of victims is elderly woman who was knocked down during fight at large family function in Surrey
A society that is outraged by the sight of a woman breastfeeding her baby in public watches two men's brains get bashed in – and eats it up
This year, the online survey was focused on newcomers – and what it revealed left me more confused than a goat on AstroTurf.
Downtown Surrey BIA CEO Elizabeth Model the first woman to have finished all Ironman competitions across the globe
Surrey RCMP urges residents to "stay out of wooded areas during periods of high wind"
Cortlin Gilmer says Mood Disorder Association of B.C.'s new province-wide campaign to help youth talk about depression is much needed
Abbotsford's Austin Batra ditched the ‘wrong crowd’ and is urging troubled youth to follow his example and chase their dreams