Tom Zillich

Tribute bands rally to raise cash for charities in online festival June 27

‘Together we can show everyone the Canadian Spirit is alive and well in these difficult times’

Insurance ‘shock’ for Surrey pub operator who found a way to reopen after COVID shutdown

‘It’s not just us, it’s happening to other bar owners,’ says Donegal’s operator Daniel Cook

Acts of racism ‘part of the lived experience of urban Indigenous peoples in Surrey’: report

Report highlights experiences of those who attended a two-day event in February

Surrey musician realizes a dream with ‘Double Life,’ even as pandemic ruins plans

‘It’s always bothered me that I never gave (recording music) a try,’ says Cat Levan

Sports groups can book Surrey’s outdoor facilities again

The decision to reopen the facilities is aligned with Phase Two of B.C.’s Re-Start Plan

Nearly two dozen Surrey students are Beedie Luminaries scholarship winners

‘I can positively influence my younger siblings but most importantly change the world,’ says one

Surrey pub brings bands back as Dr. Henry warns about how singing can spread COVID-19

‘The hardest part is reminding people that they can’t dance, which isn’t easy,’ pub operator says

Pals start ‘Light the Pathway’ ride from Surrey to Whitehorse this summer

Send-off from Phoenix Society, where Tyler Waddell and Tony Fazeli met two years ago

Northview’s new head pro tees up day-long Golfathon fundraiser with group

Annual event has raised more than $1.9 million in 15 years

‘Lucky to be alive,’ Surrey man was on COVID-19 ‘roller coaster’ for eight weeks in hospital

‘I want to tell people how this virus almost killed me,’ award-winning volunteer Atish Ram says

Surrey scientist’s ‘A Listeria Flower of Death’ a finalist in photo contest

‘Many of the contest pictures are truly beautiful,’ says Arandeep (Aaron) Dhanda

‘Limited selection’ of summer day camps in Surrey, registration starts June 14

Registration opens Sunday, June 14 for camps in July and August

Home from Italy, Surrey volleyball player set for action with national team

Fleetwood’s Kiera Van Ryk went pro with Bergamo team in COVID-shortened season

Movie theatres reopen in Newton and South Surrey with ‘E.T.’ and more

‘We will be one of the first indoor theatres to open in Canada’ since COVID-19 forced closures

Surrey seniors call Seniors’ Centre Without Walls, a new-to-B.C. program

‘Crazy coincidence’ saw program connect soon after COVID-19 pandemic hit

In ‘landmark move,’ Surrey Pride party goes online for the event’s 21st anniversary

‘We have the ‘honour’ of being the first large city to put on a virtual Pride Festival’

Art kits delivered to at-risk kids in Surrey during pandemic

Arts Umbrella program switches gears in partnership with Opus Art Supplies

After delay, ‘Metro Vancouver’s Largest Indoor Amusement Park’ opens in Surrey

At Central City Fun Park, ‘things will be a little different than what we had originally planned’

As thrift store aims to reopen, Surrey Hospice Society struggles to raise funds

‘Right now I think people are suffering grief more than they ever have’

Video tribute to KPU’s spring grad class also honours Andrew Petter, Bill Wright

‘We still want to celebrate our graduates, their achievements, and their resilience’