Tom Zytaruk

A view of Surrey City Hall. (File photo)

Surrey man fighting city hall over ‘crazy’ drilling

‘The shockwaves impact you, you know, not only the sound,’ Richard Porta says

A view of Surrey City Hall. (File photo)
Surrey City Hall. (File Photo: Anna Burns)

Surrey Connect to end FOI request fees, Surrey Forward to create 4 new BIAs

Election promises continue to roll out as vote approaches Oct. 15

Surrey City Hall. (File Photo: Anna Burns)
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Fraser Health offering ‘exciting’ bivalent booster vaccine against COVID-19

Doctor says ‘it should help your body to mount an immune response against a variety of strains of COVID-19’

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Narima Dela Cruz. (Photo: narimadelacruz.ca)

Independent Surrey council candidate Narima Dela Cruz ‘going directly to voters’

She’s one of 10 Independent candidates running for councillor in Surrey

Narima Dela Cruz. (Photo: narimadelacruz.ca)
Surrey Mayor Doug McCallum taking questions from reporters outside Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre. (Photo: Tom Zytaruk)

Safe Surrey Coalition promising new indoor pool for Whalley if elected

‘I would hope that we’ll have it finished within two years,’ Doug McCallum said Wednesday

Surrey Mayor Doug McCallum taking questions from reporters outside Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre. (Photo: Tom Zytaruk)
Surrey Coun. and mayoral candidate Brenda Locke, pictured in 2021, and Surrey Mayor and mayoral candidate Doug McCallum, pictured in 2022. (File photos: Lauren Collins)

Locke vows to make McCallum repay his legal costs for criminal charge if she’s elected

‘We are coming for you to repay every dime,’ Brenda Locke warns Doug McCallum

Surrey Coun. and mayoral candidate Brenda Locke, pictured in 2021, and Surrey Mayor and mayoral candidate Doug McCallum, pictured in 2022. (File photos: Lauren Collins)
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Surrey nurse suspended for performing undisclosed ‘religious ritual’ on client

A panel found it happened without consent and ‘without consideration of’ client’s Indigenous heritage

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Surrey Connect mayoral candidate Brenda Locke. (File photo)

Sticking with RCMP would save taxpayers $520M over next 4 years, Surrey Connect claims

But police board exec. says ‘isn’t feasible to conclude that retaining the RCMP would save the city $130 million a year’

Surrey Connect mayoral candidate Brenda Locke. (File photo)
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Cop watchdog concludes no police wrongdoing in Surrey motorcycle crash

IIO finds police did not cause crash in Cloverdale July 9 that seriously injured two men

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Artist’s conception of what 80 Avenue will look like after it is widened to four lanes from two between Scott Road and King George Boulevard. (Image surrey.ca)

Surrey widening 80 Avenue to 4 lanes between Scott Road and King George

‘It needs a lot of work, that’s for sure,’ Coun. Doug Elford said of the busy stretch of road in Newton

Artist’s conception of what 80 Avenue will look like after it is widened to four lanes from two between Scott Road and King George Boulevard. (Image surrey.ca)
Surrey Board of Trade press conference in Whalley Thursday reveals plans for Surrey Technology and Skills Centre, in partnership with Western Community College. (Photo: Anna Burns)

Surrey Board of Trade expanding into city’s health and technology district

It’s bought a second location, partnering with Western Community College

Surrey Board of Trade press conference in Whalley Thursday reveals plans for Surrey Technology and Skills Centre, in partnership with Western Community College. (Photo: Anna Burns)
Surrey City Hall. (Photo by Anna Burns/Surrey Now-Leader)

Surrey Forward accuses Surrey Connect of ‘election finance misconduct’

Mayoral candidate Brenda Locke says she has ‘no idea’ what rival slate is talking about

Surrey City Hall. (Photo by Anna Burns/Surrey Now-Leader)
Building permitting times have become a battleground in Surrey’s civic election. (File photo)

Surrey slates duel over building permitting times

Election campaign heats up as United Surrey, Safe Surrey Coalition promise quicker turnarounds

Building permitting times have become a battleground in Surrey’s civic election. (File photo)
Surrey City Hall (Photo by Anna Burns/Surrey Now-Leader)

Annis says ‘rush’ to push land-use applications through before election has ‘bad smell’

Councillor says mayor trying to stuff record 50 land-use applications into final council meetings before Oct. 15 election

Surrey City Hall (Photo by Anna Burns/Surrey Now-Leader)
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Surrey Mountie activates lights, siren as car is swarmed

‘Obstructing a police vehicle from leaving because you’re unhappy about a ticket is unacceptable,’ Cpl. Munn says

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Surrey city hall. (Photo: Anna Burns)

84 candidates running in 2022 Surrey civic election

That’s 8 for mayor, 56 candidates for councillor and 20 who want to be a school trustee. All told, one more than in 2018

Surrey city hall. (Photo: Anna Burns)
Police investigate hit-and-run in Newton on Sunday night. (Photos: Curtis Kreklau)

Pedestrian injured in hit-and-run, Surrey RCMP looking for silver sedan

Woman, 40, struck in 7200-block of King George at about 9 p.m. Sunday

Police investigate hit-and-run in Newton on Sunday night. (Photos: Curtis Kreklau)
Statue of Lady Justice at Vancouver courthouse. (File photo)

Dangerous driving suspect with ‘abysmal’ criminal record denied bail

Lawrence Peter Frederickson, 41, has 74 convictions over 19 years. B.C. Supreme Court upholds Surrey provincial court judge’s decision to deny bail

Statue of Lady Justice at Vancouver courthouse. (File photo)
The Independent Investigation Office is on the scene after police shot a man in Whalley during a ‘wellness’ check on Friday, April 8, 2022. (Photo: Shane MacKichan)

‘Calls to Action’ issued 5 months after cops shoot Surrey man dead during ‘wellness’ check

Family, BCCLA, Pivot Legal Society, #Justice for Jared and The Union of BC Indian Chiefs (UBCIC) want change

The Independent Investigation Office is on the scene after police shot a man in Whalley during a ‘wellness’ check on Friday, April 8, 2022. (Photo: Shane MacKichan)
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