Sheila Reynolds

Child life specialist Kimberly Wartak plays with a toddler at Surrey Memorial Hospital’s HEAL clinic. The clinic – the only one of its kind in the Fraser Health region

CARING FOR KIDS: ‘Something right happens here’

The HEAL clinic at Surrey Memorial Hospital provides comfort and care for neglected, physically and sexually abused children and youth.

Child life specialist Kimberly Wartak plays with a toddler at Surrey Memorial Hospital’s HEAL clinic. The clinic – the only one of its kind in the Fraser Health region
Gloria Zerbinos (right) was convicted in September of murdering her mother Yota Zerbinos (left). While second-degree murder carries an automatic life sentence

‘I still can’t make it through the day without tearing up’

Emotional day in court as Surrey's Gloria Zerbinos, who murdered her mother Yota Zerbinos in 2012, faces sentencing.

Gloria Zerbinos (right) was convicted in September of murdering her mother Yota Zerbinos (left). While second-degree murder carries an automatic life sentence
Dr. Werner Gerntholtz uses an iPhone to do a preliminary vision check on a seven-year-old boy brought to Surrey Memorial Hospital’s pediatric emergency department with an apparent eye injury.

CARING FOR KIDS: Surrey’s kids-only ER sees 100+ children per day

SMH's Pediatric Emergency Room – the largest of its kind in Canada – treats patients age 16 and under.

Dr. Werner Gerntholtz uses an iPhone to do a preliminary vision check on a seven-year-old boy brought to Surrey Memorial Hospital’s pediatric emergency department with an apparent eye injury.
Vir Mohan and Conny Robles with daughter Selina at the Ronald McDonald Family Room inside Surrey Memorial Hospital. Selina was born a month-and-a-half early and the couple found respite in the room – which is located just steps down the hallway from the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.

CARING FOR KIDS: Shelter from the storm

Located inside SMH, Ronald McDonald Family Room provides a welcome piece of home for families with kids undergoing medical treatment.

Vir Mohan and Conny Robles with daughter Selina at the Ronald McDonald Family Room inside Surrey Memorial Hospital. Selina was born a month-and-a-half early and the couple found respite in the room – which is located just steps down the hallway from the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
Kirsten Anonby holds her daughter Joy Elizabeth Anonby in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Surrey Memorial Hospital. The little girl was born nearly four months before she was due and needed specialized care for months until she grew bigger.

CARING FOR KIDS: Bringing Joy to the world

The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Surrey Memorial Hospital treats some of the tiniest patients in B.C.

Kirsten Anonby holds her daughter Joy Elizabeth Anonby in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Surrey Memorial Hospital. The little girl was born nearly four months before she was due and needed specialized care for months until she grew bigger.
Surrey bank robber loses conviction appeal

Surrey bank robber loses conviction appeal

Justin Paquet unsuccessfully argued another man was responsible for 2012 heist.

Surrey bank robber loses conviction appeal
Surrey man who had man purse with gun in restaurant loses appeal

Surrey man who had man purse with gun in restaurant loses appeal

Glenn Sheck argued his detention and search by police was illegal and that his handgun shouldn't have been admitted as evidence.

Surrey man who had man purse with gun in restaurant loses appeal
Surrey's John Nuttall and Amanda Korody in a still from RCMP video surveillance footage.

There is evidence police acted illegally during undercover sting of Surrey couple: Judge

Crown ordered to disclose legal advice provided to RCMP during investigation of Canada Day bomb plot.

Surrey's John Nuttall and Amanda Korody in a still from RCMP video surveillance footage.
A 45-year-old man was killed when he was struck by a vehicle on 128 Street in Surrey Nov. 14.

Pedestrian struck and killed in Surrey

Man was hit while crossing 128 Street near 96 Avenue.

A 45-year-old man was killed when he was struck by a vehicle on 128 Street in Surrey Nov. 14.
RCMP released this photo after the arrest of five suspects in late October.

One month, 162 stolen vehicles recovered

Surrey RCMP's Project Hot Wheels results in 16 arrests, 59 charges in September/October.

RCMP released this photo after the arrest of five suspects in late October.
The Surrey School District anticipates hundreds of new students to enter local schools as refugees arrive from Syria.

Surrey schools brace for rush of refugees

Hundreds of Syrian students anticipated to arrive before end of year.

The Surrey School District anticipates hundreds of new students to enter local schools as refugees arrive from Syria.
Amanpreet Bahia was slain in her Surrey home in 2007. Three people accused in her death are being tried for first-degree murder in two separate trials scheduled in 2016. Charged are her husband Baljinder Bahia

Two separate trials for trio accused in Surrey mom’s 2007 murder

Amanpreet Kaur Bahia’s husband and two others to be tried by jury in 2016.

Amanpreet Bahia was slain in her Surrey home in 2007. Three people accused in her death are being tried for first-degree murder in two separate trials scheduled in 2016. Charged are her husband Baljinder Bahia
Gangster found not guilty of attempted murder in 2009 Surrey shooting

Gangster found not guilty of attempted murder in 2009 Surrey shooting

Aram Ali instead convicted of aggravated assault for firing at SUV outside T-Barz night club.

Gangster found not guilty of attempted murder in 2009 Surrey shooting
Man sues Delta cop who allegedly shot him

Man sues Delta cop who allegedly shot him

Const. Vicken Movsessian was on duty with anti-gang unit at time of November 2013 Surrey incident.

Man sues Delta cop who allegedly shot him
One of the information graphs from the Vital Signs 2015 Youth report.

More than half of youth happy living in Surrey

Surrey Youth Vital Signs 2015 report takes the pulse of young people in the city.

One of the information graphs from the Vital Signs 2015 Youth report.
James Weaver has been found guilty in a 2014 Surrey parking lot crash where he struck police cruisers and injured two officers.

Man who rammed Surrey police cars and injured officers found guilty

James Burton Weaver drove his truck into RCMP cruisers in Newton parking lot in January 2014.

James Weaver has been found guilty in a 2014 Surrey parking lot crash where he struck police cruisers and injured two officers.
Changes to Surrey school catchment boundaries are intended to ease continued space constraints and enrolment growth.

In absence of new school space, Surrey forced to move boundaries

All Newton, Clayton and Grandview-area schools are facing significant space constraints.

Changes to Surrey school catchment boundaries are intended to ease continued space constraints and enrolment growth.
Sophon Sek

Five years jail for Surrey drug trafficker

Sophon Sek was on bail for Surrey Six-related charges when arrested earlier this year.

Sophon Sek
James Steven Baker was convicted in Abbotsford Provincial Court of lying to the Insurance Corporation of B.C. about a Surrey crash.

Judge finds police officer guilty of lying about Surrey crash

Only one vehicle was involved in accident, despite James Baker's testimony another car hit his.

James Steven Baker was convicted in Abbotsford Provincial Court of lying to the Insurance Corporation of B.C. about a Surrey crash.
Kwantlen Student Association loses lawsuit against national organization

Kwantlen Student Association loses lawsuit against national organization

Judge sides with Canadian Federation of Students in legal dispute over membership and fees.

Kwantlen Student Association loses lawsuit against national organization