Boaz Joseph

High on water

Surrey's Mike Deane makes a nine-day trek to Everest Base Camp in support of WaterAid Canada humanitarian projects.

Broomstick magic hits the field

The Harry Potter-based sport of quidditch sweeps Surrey.

The war’s fourth branch

Surrey’s George Robin Hooper recalls serving as a young cadet aboard a Canadian merchant ship during the Second World War.

All aboard for strategy

BottosCon 2016 Board Game Convention brought more that 100 enthusiasts to Surrey over the weekend.

Polar expression

Surrey student Abhayjeet Singh Sachal, 14, learns about Canada’s Arctic region in person.

Sweet dreams and flying machines

Artist Ralph Heading will bring his steampunk vision for an artist talk at the Surrey Art Gallery on Oct. 6.

‘Everything happens for a reason’

Breast cancer survivor Sally Haysom is taking part in her ninth CIBC Run for the Cure on Oct. 2.

Seventy reasons to celebrate

James and Sheila Dass look back at 70 years of marriage.

Kids come full circus

SOS Children's Village Social Circus: ‘Juggling now, empowerment later."

Support needed – and bras can help

CIBC Run for the Cure preceded by Paint Canada Pink Week – and they need your old bras on Sunday.

Show what you know

2016 Surrey Skill Share Fair seeks presenters for October event.

Mud, sweat and beers

Rugged Maniac 5K obstacle race comes to Cloverdale for a second year.

Got junk? City offers free drop-off

Surrey operations centre will accept unwanted household items.

‘The community has come a long way’

Surrey's Alex Sangha was the first South Asian to lead the Vancouver Pride Parade.

Praise for helping pets and the poor

Surrey veterinarian lauded for his work with homeless and low-income animal owners.

‘My goal became to finish’

Surrey’s Tanya Zarin runs 89 kilometres in under 11 hours in South African ultra marathon.

Word is there’s a new chief librarian in town

Surinder Bhogal takes over Surrey Libraries as leader Melanie Houlden retires.

A ticket to B.C. transit history

Next stop for retired bus driver’s collection: The Museum of Vancouver.

A soldier remembered

Lt. Col. Pritam Singh Jauhal fought to have turbans admitted in Royal Canadian Legion halls.

The faces of courage

Six women share their stories of sexual assaults in a Surrey Women's Centre campaign for change.