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Spelling champs off to Toronto

Five Surrey students have qualified for the National Spelling Bee Championships on May 15

‘I have to think we can do better for Surrey,’ Clark says of schools

Board chair warns long-standing overcrowding problems are coming to a head

‘We laugh, we talk and we help’

The Guildford PURLS stitches together a love of knitting and philanthropy

Robotics team takes on the world

Seaquam Secondary students test their creation, 9181B, against the best robots from around the globe

Fighting crime from on high

The RCMP's two helicopters provide a unique – and valuable – perspective in support of officers on the ground.

SFU Surrey hosts 50th anniversary celebrations

Campus opened its doors to the community.

FACING SURREY’S HOMELESS: ‘I honestly felt suicide was my only option.’

Gregory, 49, fell in love with the Metro Vancouver area while on…

FACING SURREY’S HOMELESS: ‘Everything is a struggle when you don’t have an address.’

Susan says she is not someone who would ever ask anyone for…

FACING SURREY’S HOMELESS: ‘Once I tried cocaine intravenously, I was done.’

One night after three days of crack cocaine use, Adam jumped into…

FACING SURREY’S HOMELESS: ‘We’re not drug freaks. We would just love a place to stay.’

Roy moved from Newfoundland to northern Alberta in search of work in…

FACING SURREY’S HOMELESS: ‘I lost my brother, my mother and my father.’

Michael, 43, remembers having his first drink at seven years old.His father…

FACING SURREY’S HOMELESS: ‘I literally have nowhere to go.’

At 16 years old, Stephanie has been living on her own off…

Variety lends a helping hand

Funding from charity tops up teen’s fundraiser for a new high-tech prosthetic limb.

Move over, weather-predicting rodents – Toque Tuesday is here



Charities and social service groups join together for a day-long game of street hockey to raise funds for Surrey's homeless.

Longtime Surrey firefighter laid to rest

Hundreds of firefighters and community members turned out Sunday to pay their final respects to 32-year veteran Randy Piticco.

P is for pyramids

Surrey Christian Elementary students donate self-published ancient Egypt alphabet book to the Fleetwood Library.

"Me and my wife, this is our heart"

Surrey's Middle Eastern Friendship Centre opens its doors and hearts to new immigrants

Surrey university student helps girls find their inner strength

After-school program called BeaYOUtiful teaches self-confidence.

Santa surprises children in Surrey Memorial Hospital

Helijet and BC Emergency Health Services help Jolly Old Elf spread Christmas cheer to sick kids.