Tom Zytaruk

B.C.’s mental health minister reminds Surrey there’s ‘light at the end of the tunnel’

There’s ‘virtual’ help for everyone, Judy Darcy tells Surrey digital audience. But things have taken dire turn on opioid crisis front

Appeal court orders new trial for Surrey chiropractor who was convicted of fraud

Higher court found Surrey judge put burden on the accused to prove his innocence

Surrey’s first quarter financial report forecasts budget shortfall up to $42 million

This in on account of the pandemic, council was told

Surrey pursuing zero waste to landfill strategy

City aims to be Canada’s first ‘zero waste to landfill’ community

Surrey Council Code of Conduct gets final nod on five-yes, four-no vote

The bylaw establishes expectations for ethical conduct for the politicians

SALUTE: Surrey’s firefighters are a ‘resilient bunch’

Fire chief says morale is good as department adapts to meet challenges while staying safe on the job

SALUTE: RCMP keep on policing Surrey with pride

Police step up to serve residents, who show support in ‘inspirational’ ways during crisis

Boy, age 14, who was missing in Surrey found safe

Arnav Naphar had been reported missing

New poll indicates 83 per cent of Surreyites say now not the time to replace RCMP

This is second survey National Police Federation commissioned from Pollara Strategic Insights in recent months

Surrey councillor says city wasted nearly $42K fighting Uber in court

‘We shouldn’t have found ourself in that situation to begin with,’ Linda Annis says

Drugs, weapons, cash seized in Newton

Two men and two women were arrested but charges have not been laid

No confirmed cases of COVID-19 at Surrey Pretrial, government says

Same goes for any of B.C.’s 10 provincial correctional centres

Labour minister says B.C. in “relatively good position” to rebound from pandemic

Surrey-Newton MLA Harry Bains spoke in ‘digital town hall’ meeting via Zoom on Wednesday

Surrey seeing ‘strong compliance’ with pandemic guidelines, city manager says

City report indicates majority of people are ‘acting responsibly’

Violent crime dropped nine per cent in Surrey, RCMP says

That’s according to first-quarter stats for 2020, which also indicate four per cent drop in Criminal Code offences

Surrey woman accused of breaking into nurse’s locker, stealing wallet

Taylor Minion, 19, is charged with break-and-enter, theft under $5,000, using a credit card obtained in the commission of an offence, and fraud under $5,000.

Surrey RCMP seize fentanyl, meth and cash in Whalley drug bust

Police armed with a search warrant made the seizure on April 22

Surrey mayor says Vision Zero Surrey did ‘tremendous’ work in 2019 to make roads safer

Shabnem Afzal, road safety manager and leader of the Vision Zero Surrey gave council-in-committee a review of 2019 on Monday

Fraser Health declares virus outbreaks ‘over’ at Elim, Amica, Evergreen Heights, Delta View

But a staff member at Guildford Seniors Village is in isolation at home, diagnosed with COVID-19