Tom Zytaruk

Surrey says WorkSafeBC should be in charge of asbestos abatement

City staff say WorkSafeBC has ‘greater knowledge, experience and expertise’ concerning asbestos

Ten Surrey students receive $5,000 scholarships

The Horatio Alger Canadian Scholarships will help fund their university education

Former Surrey mayor Bill Vogel dead at age 87

Vogel was Surrey’s 31st mayor, in the big chair from 1978 to 1980, and was alderman from 1973 to 1977

High-speed rail vision sees Surrey as end of the line

“Where it should be located,’ Surrey mayor says, ‘I don’t have a preference at this early stage’

Painting company wins lawsuit over Surrey highrise

Remdal Painting and Restoration Inc. claimed breach of contract for work done on 25-storey building

Squatters may have been sheltering in Surrey barn before it burned down Tuesday night

Firefighters say nobody was injured in the single-alarm fire, in the 14000-block of 60A Avenue

Daon Glasgow charged with attempted murder in Transit cop shooting at Surrey SkyTrain station

Transit Police Constable Josh Harms was shot twice in the arm at Scott Road SkyTrain Station

Man sentenced to 4.5 years’ prison for fatal Surrey hit-and-run loses court appeal

It happened at ‘notoriously crime-ridden’ 135A Street strip in Whalley

Surrey elevator exec’s severance gets a lift

Benedikt Thoma sought damages for breach of contract after losing job with Schaefer Elevator Components

Report to work, or not? Surrey education assistants get conflicting instructions Monday

School snow closure results in frustration for Surrey EAs not knowing if they had to go to work

B.C. government earmarks more cash to help new immigrants settle

Services to be expanded by 45 per cent, Surrey presser reveals

Delta woman on hook for rollover crash after letting impaired man drive her rented car

The Insurance Corporation of B.C. doesn’t have to cover the bill, judge decides

Man convicted of molesting his niece in Surrey, Harrison Hot Springs, to get a new trial

The two-to-one split Court of Appeal decision was rendered on Tuesday

Shot Transit cop thanks God his injuries not worse

‘So many reasons to be grateful,’ Constable Josh Harms said Monday

Man, 19, arrested for alleged indecent act near Surrey high school

Arrest in connection with a Jan. 10 alleged indecent act near Sullivan Heights School

It’s ‘wonderful’ permit has been cancelled for coal transfer project at Fraser Surrey Docks, opponent says

Permit cancellation sinks controversial proposal for coal transfer facility on Fraser in Surrey

Surrey SkyTrain station shooting suspect was released from prison on reduced sentence

Judge in Glasgow’s shooting case was ‘particularly impressed’ victim’s parents urged Glasgow to become a ‘better person’

Andrew Scheer says Conservatives have ‘comprehensive plan to make Canada safer’

Federal Conservative Party leader speaks to crime, safety following Surrey SkyTrain shooting

Transit Police have been in deadly Surrey situations before

Constable Josh Harms, 27, recovering after being shot twice in arm at Scott Road SkyTrain Station