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Surrey man wants to run fastest across Canada for mental health, ‘like what Terry Fox did for cancer’

Ultramarathoner Sachin Latti was drenched during this year’s ‘Run to Remember,’ for Honour House

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Three of the actors in Fraser Valley Musical Theatre’s “Sleeping Beauty” pantomime are, from left, Jill Leavitt (as Princess Fedora), Miriah Reitmeier (Prince Hector) and Paige Thomsen (Black Fairy). (Submitted photos: Ahnika Airey/AJRA Media)

‘Sleeping Beauty’ kicks off Surrey’s panto season with comedy that moves to Motown classics

’I think people have gotten out of the habit of going to live theatre, but we have good talent this year, a good show,’ says music director Tim Tucker

Three of the actors in Fraser Valley Musical Theatre’s “Sleeping Beauty” pantomime are, from left, Jill Leavitt (as Princess Fedora), Miriah Reitmeier (Prince Hector) and Paige Thomsen (Black Fairy). (Submitted photos: Ahnika Airey/AJRA Media)
Bergmann Piano Duo.
Bergmann Piano Duo.
WWE-vet wrestlers Bollywood Boyz (Burnaby’s Harvinder and Gurvinder Sihra) will be at Surrey’s Sullivan Hall on Saturday, Nov. 19, for an All Star Wrestling event. See listing under Wrestling.
WWE-vet wrestlers Bollywood Boyz (Burnaby’s Harvinder and Gurvinder Sihra) will be at Surrey’s Sullivan Hall on Saturday, Nov. 19, for an All Star Wrestling event. See listing under Wrestling.
A performer balances during a “KOOZA” production staged by Cirque du Soleil. (Submitted photo)

‘KOOZA’ coming to Vancouver in 2023 with ‘breathtaking return to origins of Cirque du Soleil’

High-wire, teeterboard and Wheel of Death acts will be featured next fall

A performer balances during a “KOOZA” production staged by Cirque du Soleil. (Submitted photo)
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Surrey City Orchestra’s ‘Nutcracker’ to hit stage with dancers & singers as endowment fund grows

‘Surrey is the only city in Canada that lacks a professional orchestra, and we’d like to give it one,’ SCO president says

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Drawing of the future City Centre 4 and 5 buildings in Surrey’s Health and Technology District. (Submitted image)

With needed ‘wet lab’ space, a 4th tower is coming to Surrey’s Health and Technology District

The 23-storey City Centre 4 building is touted as the district’s ‘largest phase’ to date

Drawing of the future City Centre 4 and 5 buildings in Surrey’s Health and Technology District. (Submitted image)
Bryan Adams, right, on stage at Rogers Arena in Vancouver on Saturday, Nov. 12, 2022, with video of his mother, Jane Clark, on a screen behind him. (Photo: Tom Zillich)

Who knew Bryan Adams once lived in Surrey? We didn’t, until he rocked Rogers Arena on Saturday

During concert, an Adams family story included how he got beat up while living in the Guildford area

Bryan Adams, right, on stage at Rogers Arena in Vancouver on Saturday, Nov. 12, 2022, with video of his mother, Jane Clark, on a screen behind him. (Photo: Tom Zillich)
Liam Fraser, left, and Joel Waterman both played soccer in the Surrey area years ago. This week they were named to Canada’s national team for this month’s World Cup tournament in Qatar. (Photos: canadasoccer.com)

Surrey roots for soccer players Fraser, Waterman on Canada’s World Cup team in Qatar

The two are among 26 players named to national team for games starting Nov. 23

Liam Fraser, left, and Joel Waterman both played soccer in the Surrey area years ago. This week they were named to Canada’s national team for this month’s World Cup tournament in Qatar. (Photos: canadasoccer.com)
First-term Surrey city councillor Mike Bose on his family’s turkey farm, on 156 Street. “There are very few turkey farms left in Surrey now, we’re talking about four,” Bose said on Nov. 2, 2022. “This is one of the largest now. Total, there’s 9,400 (turkeys) in one and over there, 9,000 birds, right now. The big birds go to market tonight.” (Photo: Tom Zillich)

Mike Bose knows farming and politics, and ‘now the real work starts’ at Surrey City Hall

At ‘the big table’ now, he’s the latest family member elected in Surrey, and gets advice from uncle Bob, former mayor

First-term Surrey city councillor Mike Bose on his family’s turkey farm, on 156 Street. “There are very few turkey farms left in Surrey now, we’re talking about four,” Bose said on Nov. 2, 2022. “This is one of the largest now. Total, there’s 9,400 (turkeys) in one and over there, 9,000 birds, right now. The big birds go to market tonight.” (Photo: Tom Zillich)
Surrey-raised E.J. Emery, middle, celebrates Team U.S.A.’s gold medal at the World U17 Hockey Challenge tournament at Langley Events Centre on Saturday (Nov. 12). (Photo: Garrett James/LEC)

Surrey’s Emery wins gold with Americans at World U17 Hockey Challenge in Langley

10-day tournament was a showcase for some of the world’s best 16-year-old hockey players

Surrey-raised E.J. Emery, middle, celebrates Team U.S.A.’s gold medal at the World U17 Hockey Challenge tournament at Langley Events Centre on Saturday (Nov. 12). (Photo: Garrett James/LEC)
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Surrey’s Bjornson brothers will unite on SFU men’s golf team next year

Pacific Academy’s Justin Bjornson signs to join older sibling Bailey on the Red Leafs

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A scene from “SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run.”

Four movies free to see at Surrey theatre during Cineplex’s Community Day, for BGC Canada

You’ll have to pick one movie to watch during the morning show times Nov. 19 at Strawberry Hill

A scene from “SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run.”
Santa tosses candy canes into the crowd during a previous edition of Surrey’s annual Tree Lighting Festival. (Photo: surrey.ca)

Here’s what to see and do (and when) at Surrey Tree Lighting Festival on Nov. 19

12th annual event at Surrey Civic Plaza on Saturday, Nov. 19

Santa tosses candy canes into the crowd during a previous edition of Surrey’s annual Tree Lighting Festival. (Photo: surrey.ca)
Cloverdale’s Veteran’s Square, at 17610 56A Ave., on Remembrance Day. (Photo: surrey.ca)

In-person and online, Surrey remembers on Friday, Nov. 11 at sites across the city

Ceremonies are between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., with traditional 2-minute silent tribute at 11 a.m.

Cloverdale’s Veteran’s Square, at 17610 56A Ave., on Remembrance Day. (Photo: surrey.ca)
More than 450 people filled a ballroom at at Sheraton Vancouver Guildford Hotel for Surrey Business Excellence Awards on Wednesday evening (Nov. 9). (Submitted photo)

Environmental researcher named Surrey Business Person of the Year at 450-guest gala

Winners announced in 8 categories at Surrey Board of Trade-hosted event

More than 450 people filled a ballroom at at Sheraton Vancouver Guildford Hotel for Surrey Business Excellence Awards on Wednesday evening (Nov. 9). (Submitted photo)
BEAR CREEK LIGHTS AT BEAR CREEK PARK: Event Nov. 4 to 18 (closed Remembrance Day, Nov. 11), from 4:30 to 9:30 p.m. daily. Entry every 30 minutes. “This year, enjoy a reimagined display that brings nature to the forefront, featuring stunning light displays that enhance the natural landscape of the park. Enjoy a safe, accessible, family-friendly light display throughout the park’s one-kilometre garden walking loop. Food trucks will be available on select nights.” Free, tickets required for entry. Info: 604-501-5566, email partnersinparks@surrey.ca. Park at 13750 88 Ave. (Photo: Surrey.ca)
BEAR CREEK LIGHTS AT BEAR CREEK PARK: Event Nov. 4 to 18 (closed Remembrance Day, Nov. 11), from 4:30 to 9:30 p.m. daily. Entry every 30 minutes. “This year, enjoy a reimagined display that brings nature to the forefront, featuring stunning light displays that enhance the natural landscape of the park. Enjoy a safe, accessible, family-friendly light display throughout the park’s one-kilometre garden walking loop. Food trucks will be available on select nights.” Free, tickets required for entry. Info: 604-501-5566, email partnersinparks@surrey.ca. Park at 13750 88 Ave. (Photo: Surrey.ca)
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Surrey resident Mani Amar was killed Aug. 31 in the Newton area where he lived. The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team (IHIT) continues to investigate. (Submitted photo: Gurbinder Amar)

Family of slain Surrey man struggles with financial pressures of the single dad’s death

Fundraiser launched as IHIT continues to investigate how Mani Amar met his end in Newton

Surrey resident Mani Amar was killed Aug. 31 in the Newton area where he lived. The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team (IHIT) continues to investigate. (Submitted photo: Gurbinder Amar)
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On ‘Punjabi Night,’ Jazzy B to drop puck at Surrey Eagles hockey game

Elsewhere on Nov. 18, the WHL Vancouver Giants will host a special game night of their own

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