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Surrey Salvation Army Community Church pastors Lt. Josh Ivany and Lt. Jennifer Ivany prepare for the annual Christmas kettle drive. All the money raised will go towards helping nearly 550 families over the holiday season

Kettle cash helps those in need

Surrey Salvation Army’s annual campaign is in full swing; supports families at Christmas and year-round.

Surrey Salvation Army Community Church pastors Lt. Josh Ivany and Lt. Jennifer Ivany prepare for the annual Christmas kettle drive. All the money raised will go towards helping nearly 550 families over the holiday season
Queen Elizabeth Secondary Grade 10 student Isabella Cavezza

Surrey students riding the path to success

Bike repair program fosters confidence through hard work – and contributes to charity.

Queen Elizabeth Secondary Grade 10 student Isabella Cavezza
Clayton Heights Secondary Grade 11 students Emily Gordon (left) and Aisha Parkes chat with RBC Regional President

Understanding finances, helping the less-fortunate

Clayton Heights Secondary students use math class to learn about smart money practices and philanthropy.

Clayton Heights Secondary Grade 11 students Emily Gordon (left) and Aisha Parkes chat with RBC Regional President
Future Surrey champions chat with athletes

Future Surrey champions chat with athletes

Bear Creek Elementary students talk with Olympic gold medalist speed skater Francois Hamelin as part of the Classroom Champions program.

Future Surrey champions chat with athletes
Dr. Aly Kanani wants donations of Halloween candy from kids on Nov. 2.

Sweet help for Surrey Food Bank

Dentist collecting Halloween candy donatons will match weight in grocery donations to food bank.

Dr. Aly Kanani wants donations of Halloween candy from kids on Nov. 2.
Surrey RCMP Media Relations officer Cpl. Scotty Schumann displays the remains of a plywood hand used to demonstrate the damage fireworks can cause.

Officials lend a hand for Halloween safety

Cities, police and Fraser Health remind residents of the dangers of improperly used fireworks

Surrey RCMP Media Relations officer Cpl. Scotty Schumann displays the remains of a plywood hand used to demonstrate the damage fireworks can cause.
Veteran Capt. Trevor Greene walks for the first time using an exoskeleton with the help of his wife Deborah and Jay Courant from ReWalk Robotics.

‘Iron Soldier’ strides down Innovation Boulevard



Capt. Trevor Greene walks for the first time using technology developed in Surrey as new Legion Veterans Village announced.

Veteran Capt. Trevor Greene walks for the first time using an exoskeleton with the help of his wife Deborah and Jay Courant from ReWalk Robotics.
Cpl. Tajinder Aujla is the first devout Sikh to serve as a Ceremonial Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at the Canadian National War Memorial in Ottawa.

‘It’s my way of life, to serve… It’s the life I have chosen’

Surrey man is the first Sikh to stand guard at the tomb of the unknown soldier in Ottawa.

Cpl. Tajinder Aujla is the first devout Sikh to serve as a Ceremonial Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at the Canadian National War Memorial in Ottawa.
Cyclists participating in the Ride to Conquer Cancer fundraising event last weekend got off to a wet

Rain, wind pound Ride to Conquer Cancer cyclists

Weather and mechanical failure end Surrey man’s second attempt at completing annual fundraiser.

Cyclists participating in the Ride to Conquer Cancer fundraising event last weekend got off to a wet
Friends For Cause helps the homeless in India receive free cataract surgery to help them gain their eyesight back through.

Teen helps give the gift of sight

How one Surrey family is helping those in need.

Friends For Cause helps the homeless in India receive free cataract surgery to help them gain their eyesight back through.
Furry fun at Fleetwood Villa Retirement Community

Furry fun at Fleetwood Villa Retirement Community

Canine fashion show celebrates National Dog Day.

Furry fun at Fleetwood Villa Retirement Community
Residents with pets are being warned to be aware that Conibear wire traps are legal after a baby skink was found in one in Delta recently.

Pet owners warned to watch out for traps

Juvenile skunk found trapped – but still alive – in Delta recently.

Residents with pets are being warned to be aware that Conibear wire traps are legal after a baby skink was found in one in Delta recently.
For the first time

Got2Go to summer camp

Delta teen living with Crohn’s disease gets a chance to attend camp for the first time.

For the first time
At 74

Retired Surrey firefighter takes on the world

Bill McNamara adds World Police and Fire Games Hall of Fame Induction to haul of 51 medals.

At 74
RCMP Cpl. Scotty Shumann and BC SPCA animal protection officer Eileen Drever get a kiss from Shumann's two dogs

Leave your pets at home, owners advised

Public is reminded to not leave dogs in vehicles on hot days.

RCMP Cpl. Scotty Shumann and BC SPCA animal protection officer Eileen Drever get a kiss from Shumann's two dogs
Prabhdeep Singh Atwal and Shubhdeep Kaur Athwal

Growing tomatoes from out of this world

Khalsa School students participate in 'Tomatosphere' project to determine viability of growing food in space.

Prabhdeep Singh Atwal and Shubhdeep Kaur Athwal
Khalsa School spelling bee champions Mehar Kaur Sahota (left) and Prabhleen Kaur Sandhu.

Beeing number one

Khalsa School students win national spelling bee competition.

Khalsa School spelling bee champions Mehar Kaur Sahota (left) and Prabhleen Kaur Sandhu.
Anish Pokhrel (centre) with his parents (left) and his sister and brother-in-law. Pokhrel came to Surrey from Nepal to study engineering at SFU. Below is Dr. Pargat Singh Bhurji

Nepal: Aftermath of an earthquake

A Surrey student learns his family is safe, while a Surrey doctor heads overseas to help.

Anish Pokhrel (centre) with his parents (left) and his sister and brother-in-law. Pokhrel came to Surrey from Nepal to study engineering at SFU. Below is Dr. Pargat Singh Bhurji
Corporation of Delta parks employees Glen Duggan and Scott Roberts put up fencing in Watershed Park to stop mountain bikers from cutting new trails and damaging the park.

Unauthorized trail builders have damaged Delta’s Watershed Park

Mountain bikers suspected of cutting branches and roots to create more access.

Corporation of Delta parks employees Glen Duggan and Scott Roberts put up fencing in Watershed Park to stop mountain bikers from cutting new trails and damaging the park.
Who-o-o-o's having a snooze?

Who-o-o-o’s having a snooze?

Leader photographer snaps a pic of an owl enjoying some down time in Surrey's Bear Creek Park.

Who-o-o-o's having a snooze?