Jennifer Lang

Arnie flick caps record film, TV season in Surrey

‘We’ve already done what we did in 2015,’ says Surrey’s Film Office, with more than 100 permits issued by July

A relatable role for Surrey’s newest Re-enactor

Vancouver actor connects to Cloverdale's trailblazing Mac Singh, the latest Surrey pioneer brought to life by re-enactment troupe

Sisters sweep podium at BC Summer Games

Cloverdale's Abigail, Bella and Emma Old each pick up medals in the sport of equestrian vaulting in Abbotsford

A museum for all of Surrey

City announces timelines, scale of $10 million expansion of the Surrey Museum, poised to reflect growth as a major city

Motorcycle split in half in Highway 10 crash in Surrey

One person has been air lifted to hospital, and Surrey RCMP say the road will be closed between 180 St. and 184 St. for several hours.

Cloverdale sponsors set to welcome refugees

Private sponsor group prepares for imminent arrival of refugees from Iran.

B.C.’ers urged to swim and boat safely this summer

Summer is high season for drowning in B.C., prompting a safety reminder ahead of the Canada Day long weekend

Surrey’s Hazelgrove Park officially opens this Saturday

From a splash pad to parkour, East Clayton's largest park is packed with amenities the public asked for

More support needed for Canada’s military, forum told

Cloverdale-Langley City MP hears wide-ranging discussion from drones to Donald Trump at defence townhall meeting

Christmas-themed TV production rolls into Cloverdale

Surrey's historic town centre welcomes another holiday production

Surrey artist wins top prize in national contest

Megan Benoit of Cloverdale is honoured at the Aboriginal Arts and Stories contest gala, held this week in Ontario

Cloverdale sites star in Doors Open

Twenty-one heritage and cultural sites across Surrey open to the public June 18

Maple Leaf plant torn down in Cloverdale

Wrecking crews have demolished most of a former processed meat facility that closed down in 2011.

Cloverdale Legion wins pro division at chili cook-off

The 19th annual competition saw crowds line up to sample amateur and pro entries.

A Tweedy twofer at the Cloverdale Bed Races

For the second year in a row, Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary claims two trophies at the Cloverdale Bed Races

Urban renewal

A man watches the demolition crew work in the rubble of the former Cloverdale Supermarket

Large crowds turn out for 70th Cloverdale Rodeo

The four-day event drew more than 100,000 visitors over the Victoria Day weekend.

Surrey’s historic heart to celebrate 70th Cloverdale Rodeo

Cloverdale's premiere event marks a milestone with fireworks, a headlining concert, and improved rodeo experience

World Round-up hopeful says ‘Skateboarding saved my life’

Surrey's Chadd Sinclair has overcome a lot to become a competitor – and a compelling ambassador of the sport

Students conjure up creative chili entries

High school culinary arts students converge on Cloverdale for the annual chili cook off