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Surrey victim of axe attack sues B.C.

Michael Levy claims the Criminal Victim Assistance Program failed to continue covering the costs of his care after he was paralyzed.

City plans for snow storm

Surrey Road crews will hit the major routes first, then second-priority roads, then the rest

Safe injection sites picked for Surrey

City gives early approval to two-year pilot project in response to drug overdose crisis.

Program to attack Surrey’s `strip’

A dozen police officers and four bylaw officers will provide 24/7 presence on the troubled strip on 135A Street

First responders feeling the fentanyl crush

Overdose-related emergency calls are 'through the roof' and the region is at least 25 ambulances short to handle regular medical demands.

Surrey cop’s court date moved forward

Mountie charged with child luring due to appear in court on Dec. 21 after delay on Wednesday.

‘I can’t do this again’

Fentanyl crisis: Surrey social service providers are suffering trauma from witnessing multiple drug overdoses.

No jail time for brutalizing a dog

Lindsey Susan Hirtreiter given two years probation for a savage attack on a black Labrador in Surrey last year

Guilty plea in murder of Surrey realtor Colin Hill

In a surprise move, Khouri Lamar Green has entered a guilty plea for second-degree murder.

The faces of fentanyl

Presence of the deadly opioid takes its toll on drug users and outreach workers on the streets of Whalley.

RCMP won’t be charged in 2015 arrest

Suspect suffered a broken leg when officers restrained him, but the justice branch found the force used was reasonable

Surrey’s top cop talks to business crowd

Surrey can not arrest its way out of all crime problems, according to RCMP Chief Supt. Dwayne McDonald

‘The world is a darker place without him’

Surrey firefighter Ryan Hammerer, 44, identified as victim in fatal Sunday crash in Delta.

Overdose spike in Whalley

Ten people on The Strip – five times the typical number – required life-saving Narcan over the weekend after using opioids.

Social Innovation forum this Wednesday

Surrey will be holding a forum on the best practices for social innovation on Nov. 23

Stagecoach House to come down

North Surrey heritage home that was built in 1900 is slated for demolition.

Surrey gun traced back to Manitoba theft

During this year's gun amnesty, a Newton man handed in a Lee Enfield that was reported stolen in Manitoba nine years ago

Surrey lauded for data handling

The World Council on City Data has given the City of Surrey Platinum Certification.

Man arrested in 2015 Surrey hit and run

Aman Sanghera has been charged with hit and run and dangerous driving

Massive property gifted to Surrey to preserve

The late Tom Godwin bequeathed to the city 10.6 hectares of his property in Tynehead to be preserved in perpetuity.