Tom Zytaruk

Surrey won’t reveal highrise that fails to meet building code standards

City of Surrey citing ‘confidentiality reasons’

Surrey mayor again denies councillor’s attempt to shed public light on police transition plan

Frustrated Surrey Councillor Steven Pettigrew says city council should not be ‘hiding in the shadows’

Surrey MLA seeks to make it illegal to drive with ‘unlawfully possessed’ gun in car

Surrey-Cloverdale Liberal MLA Marvin Hunt expected to introduce his private member’s bill Wednesday afternoon

Second round of gypsy moth spraying in Surrey set for May 13

A low-flying airplane will spray Foray 48B, which contains bacillus thuringienis var kurstaki, or Btk

Surrey RCMP seize drugs, weapons, expensive vehicles

This happened on May 2 and May 3, in North Surrey and North Delta

Transgender inmate makes human rights complaint against Surrey Pretrial

Michael (Michelle) Wiens claims discrimination for being housed in ‘male facility’

Surrey man convicted of stealing car batteries

The provincial government seized William Burgess’ truck for forfeiture

Surrey couple convicted of unlawfully confining quadriplegic man

Victim sought to hire woman for sex on New Year’s Day, 2018, but changed his mind

Surrey scores two parks and recreation excellence awards

The BCRPA Awards won are for the Forsyth Park project and MYzone after-school drop-in program

Surrey’s trash cleanup campaign launches Monday

Some community groups like the North Surrey Action Team have already got a jump on the effort.

Watchdog says police shot man and woman during Surrey standoff

Independent Investigation Office says man was shot ‘multiple’ times and the woman was shot twice

Surrey council expenses, remuneration $193,519 in first quarter

Other than the mayor, Doug Elford’s remuneration and expenses were the highest, at $26,051

Police looking for dash-cam video in latest Surrey homicide

An 18-year-old Surrey man was shot dead late Friday afternoon in Fraser Heights

Surrey Steps Up gets $150K in funding from feds

It’s for a ‘skills link’ project operated through the Surrey School District

Annual VPD auction back in Surrey Saturday

The Vancouver Police hope to unload stolen goods seized during investigations over the past six months

City councillor warns of ‘sticker shock’ on Surrey policing plan

Annis says “absolutely no way” new force will cost only 10 per cent more than Surrey RCMP

Video captures violence and chaos in Surrey neighbourhood

Wake Up Surrey group posted footage of the incident on Facebook. Police believe it ‘may be linked’ to gangs

Surrey feud over dwelling rights back in the courts

The City of Surrey, Fraser Health Authority and B.C. Human Rights Tribunal pulled into the mix

Surrey sees 43 per cent increase in violent crime, under new scoring method

First quarter stats for 2019 released under new Statistics Canada scoring standards