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Jagtar Dhaliwal is the manager of employment and community development at Progressive Intercultural Community Services society in Surrey.

Many immigrants prepare before coming to Canada

New report shows incomes of newcomers grow over time.

Jagtar Dhaliwal is the manager of employment and community development at Progressive Intercultural Community Services society in Surrey.
Richard 'Chuckie' Smith (pictured here with his kids) was seriously injured in a snowmobiling accident April 13.

Help bring Surrey Dad home for Christmas

Father of two remains in treatment facility eight months after devastating snowmobile accident.

Richard 'Chuckie' Smith (pictured here with his kids) was seriously injured in a snowmobiling accident April 13.
Harman Billen

Soccer trio off to University of Fraser Valley

Childhood friends from Surrey will play together at UFV

Harman Billen
KC Gilroy is coordinator of the Surrey Christmas Bureau.

Surrey Christmas Bureau needs help spreading cheer

Holiday charity is lacking gifts for older kids and teens.

KC Gilroy is coordinator of the Surrey Christmas Bureau.
Surrey’s Chloe Choroszewski in the role of Sugar Plum Fairy

Get cracking on the holidays

Surrey dancer performs for the 7th year in Royal City Youth Ballet’s Nutcracker ballet, coming to Surrey this weekend.

Surrey’s Chloe Choroszewski in the role of Sugar Plum Fairy
Marilyn Herrmann stands amidst the groceries in the Surrey Food Bank.

Coming in from the cold at the Surrey Food Bank

Christmas now a little bit warmer for residents in need.

Marilyn Herrmann stands amidst the groceries in the Surrey Food Bank.
Peter van der Veen spoke to 300 Surrey students last week at Guildford Park Secondary.

Surrey high school hosts human rights symposium

87-year-old survivor talks to teens at Guildford Park Secondary about the Asia-Pacific war.

Peter van der Veen spoke to 300 Surrey students last week at Guildford Park Secondary.
Kwantlen Polytechnic University's Surrey campus is hosting a vigil on Friday to remember the 14 victims of the Montreal massacre at École Polytechnique 25 years ago.

Surrey and Delta remember victims of violence

Vigils being held Friday and Saturday to pay tribute to lives lost in Montreal massacre 25 years ago.

Kwantlen Polytechnic University's Surrey campus is hosting a vigil on Friday to remember the 14 victims of the Montreal massacre at École Polytechnique 25 years ago.
Friends of the Grove members (from left) Kartar Singh Meet

Christmas comes to the Grove

Friends of the Grove co-founders hang stockings on trees along the newly lit paths in Newton.

Friends of the Grove members (from left) Kartar Singh Meet
Marcus Wilson (left) and Kyle Wilson play their saxophones outside Cambridge Elementary School on Monday. The boys are raising money for cancer research.

In tune for charity

Two Surrey students perform live music outside their school to raise money for cancer research.

Marcus Wilson (left) and Kyle Wilson play their saxophones outside Cambridge Elementary School on Monday. The boys are raising money for cancer research.