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Shooting victim found near Surrey Memorial Hospital

Woman suffered a leg wound and was found in a parking lot.

Former soldiers blast their treatment by Veterans Affairs

Forum on PTSD was held in Surrey Saturday, Jan. 17.

January 21: Cancer-free day

A Surrey woman gives thanks to those who supported her during the fight of her life.

The balls are in the kids’ court

Fraser Valley Basketball League holds basketball skills camps for kids in Surrey on weekends in January.

‘This is what happened to our people’

A Surrey woman tells the story of her father and the Canadian internment of Ukrainians during the First World War.

Mission: Reconstruction

Canadian surgical team heals the graphic wounds of the Ukrainian crisis.

Breakfast for the holidays

Youth Transforming Society feeds 600 in their annual breakfast at Surrey Community Church.

Light up your nights

The Leader's annual list of homes decorated for Christmas is here (with map).

Redefining relationship: A speed date with destiny

Theatre play Listen To Me explores dumping the digital persona and allowing for possibility.

Given the chance to prove himself

A young man in Surrey shares what it’s like to live with autism.

Exploring the depths of war

Surrey author pens story of a Canadian submarine during the climax of the cold war.

Diwali dance

Hindu Festival of Lights is this week.

Dance group has the world at its feet

There’s some serious fun being had at the Surrey international Folk Dancing society.

A warning to charities: ‘Cheque’ out donations, they may be fake

Surrey Food Bank disappointed by $90,000 'gift.'

Ensuring the sun shines on other kids’ summers

Surrey teen with cerebral palsy gives back to Camp Squamish, which has made his summers memorable for seven years.

Disturbance brings out the handcuffs

Seven men detained after altercation in Whalley on Saturday morning.

Crisis line callers distraught over death of Robin Williams

10% of callers to Surrey-based support service on Tuesday made mention of comedian’s passing.

The paint guns of August

Ambush paintball hosts multiple tournaments in August.

B.C. bees seen

Honeybee Centre educates visitors at their recent open house.

Suspected arson fire badly damages Sunshine Hills Elementary

Early morning blaze causes an estimated $100,000 damage to North Delta school.