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Lego replica of Surrey Memorial Hospital tower to hit block for charity

7,000-piece structure to be auctioned at upcoming charity golf tourney.

‘You want to be proud of where you go to school’

New community college to open in North Delta.

2014 Jumpstart raises $1.9 million

Canadian Tire stores help get kids back in the game.

Surrey teen writer wins national award

Highway of Tears story examines B.C.’s notorious Highway 16.

Going to grad in a ‘sack’

Surrey student turns dress idea into a $7,500 donation to Philippine orphanage.

Four-legged support

Delta teachers walked the picket lines Wednesday, while Surrey teachers are off the job today.

A proud day at Frank Hurt Secondary

Students show support for LGBT ( lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) peers by hosting a pride parade.

Surrey artist hopes his work aids wounded soldiers

Graham Force has designed a greeting card that will be sold through woundedwarriors.ca

Sunshine lights up Clayton home

Homeowner uses solar panels to power house, charge electric car.

Surrey art exhibit marks Komagata Maru’s 100th anniversary

Ruptures in Arrival runs until June 15 at the Surrey Art Gallery.

Hitting the wall for a cause

Rock climber and cyclist raising money for cancer research.

In the pink

Coast Capital Savings and Central City Shopping Centre staff wore the national anti-bullying colour on Wednesday.

Pink power for tolerance

Students from four Surrey schools use song, dance and a flash mob to help stop bullying.

Community rallies against violence

One Billion Rising holds event in Holland Park.

Rocking with the sea stars

Vancouver Aquarium's Aqua Van and Victoria-based band bring ocean awareness to Surrey classroom.

Having a laugh on the luge

Sullivan Elementary School students learn about a winter Olympic sport.

Galloping into the new year

Lion dance outside DIVERSEcity's Newton office ushers in the Lunar New Year.

Surrey balloon artist pumps up her profile

Kristal yee helps build five-storey sculpture in New York.

Heavy-duty transport school moves to Annacis Island

Programs for mechanics, railway conductors and forklift operators will open in 2014.

‘I have found my calling’

Kwantlen Park Secondary student amazed by the shores of Antarctica.