Tom Zytaruk

VIDEO: New Pattullo Bridge expected to open in 2023

Surrey Board of Trade urges province to make the new crossing six lanes, not four

Surrey sword attacker serving 15 months

Sword attack fueled by mistaken belief victim had something to do with attacker’s wife losing her job

Surrey MLA Ralston “thrilled” by federal funding for tech innovation

Ralston said B.C.’s was one of five winning bids

Surrey RCMP anti-gang program ‘hitting home,’ cops say

Presentation about gangs and dial-a-doping, and is specifically aimed at students in Grades 6 and 7

Throne speech gets thumbs-up from Surrey Board of Trade

The provincial budget will be delivered next week

Sign drunk driving petition, grieving mom of Surrey victim pleads

She says time is running out to sign an online petition asking for mandatory minimum sentences

Railway loses court appeal in fatal Surrey crash

A car and train crashed in 2007, seriously injured two men and killing a third in North Surrey

Finance minister speaking in Surrey

Carole James to deliver post-budget breakfast address on Feb. 23 in Guildford

Transit cops warning riders not to carry replica guns

There were two cases this week, on Monday and Tuesday.

Surrey woman acquitted of drug trafficking charges

Judge found Crown failed to prove she knew about criminal operation based out of Whalley apartment

Surrey MLA Harry Bains says higher minimum wage is better for economy

Surrey Board of Trade says it’s too much, too quick

Sports tent bounced from Surrey shopping mall

Guildford Town Centre ordered Surrey Lacrosse Association to take its promotional tent down

VIDEO: Small vacant house fire snarls traffic along 88th Avenue in Newton

It happened in the 12700-block of 88th Avenue at 8 a.m., causing a traffic jam.

Surrey man charged with forcible confinement

Police says a woman was held against her will and threatened with a weapon

VIDEO: Surrey Mounties launch pedestrian safety campaign

Last year 40 per cent of Surrey traffic deaths were pedestrians and 185 were injured

VIDEO: North Delta sculptor a real man of steel

Don Francis is a self-taught artist. His sculptures are all hand-forged, and one-of-a-kind

Surrey man, 20, shot in Richmond

The victim, whose name has not been released, is “known to police.”

Surrey prostitute attacker loses court appeal

He remains convicted of sexual assault with a weapon, unlawful confinement, robbery and extortion

Surrey hatchet attack victim can pursue lawsuit, appeal court decides

Michael Levy was left quadriplegic after hatchet attack at Halloween dance at Tynehead Hall in 2006

Abbotsford man pleads guilty to manslaughter in Surrey case

Randeep Singh Match, 36, is expected to be sentenced on March 1