Tom Zytaruk

Mounties send proposed charges to Crown in Surrey high school ‘incidents’

‘We’re not identifying which charges they recommend,’ Sergeant Chad Greig told the Now-Leader

UPDATE: Surrey council votes to hire ethics commissioner

The move is a first for any city in B.C.

Surrey teen mentoring fellow child amputees

Aimee Brennan, 17, of Fleetwood has spent her life helping others

Human Rights complaint about Costco backpack search dismissed

Customer claims he was discriminated against on the basis of his sex

Drug dealer’s first-degree murder conviction upheld for shooting Surrey man in chest

James Erickson was shot point-blank in the chest with a shotgun on Feb. 2, 2009, at his Surrey apartment

Linda Hepner flunks Surrey’s police transition plan

Doug McCallum’s predecessor assigns failing grade to Surrey’s Policing Transition Plan

Jim Cessford says he’d be Surrey’s new police chief ‘at the drop of a dime’

Cessford was Delta’s chief constable for 22 years before he retired in 2015

Feds commit to cost-sharing with Surrey on policing transition

Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale sends letter to Surrey mayor

Class-action lawsuit alleges conspiracy leading to British Columbians being overcharged for vehicles

The B.C. Appeal court certifies as a class-action proceeding litigation aimed at alleged price-fixing conspiracy

Surrey policing report a “disappointment,” Annis says

Councillors Brenda Locke and Jack Hundial also find it wanting

Surrey man arrested with stolen pickup, loaded shotgun

James Gilleland, 33, of Surrey is facing charges

Councillor Steven Pettigrew parts ways with Safe Surrey Coalition

Pettigrew will now sit as an Independent on council

Police-involved crash in Surrey’s Whalley area

It happened at 104th Avenue and King George Boulevard

Embattled Surrey MLA Jinny Sims says Liberal accusations are just ‘gotcha politics’

Liberal House Leader Mary Polak, MLA for Langley, asked the RCMP to investigate Sims

Six men face 38 charges in Surrey, Delta drug trafficking investigation

Police say case related to group operating throughout the Lower Mainland

PICS in Surrey to get $3.4 million to help young adults train for trades careers

The programs provide training and “employment support” for those 18 to 24 years old

Court of appeal advances class action lawsuit in ICBC privacy violations case

A former ICBC employee had sold 78 customers’ information to a criminal organization

Surrey offering free fun during B.C. Seniors Week

City of Surrey hosting free activities and events June 4 to June 7 to promote ‘healthy active aging’

Grieving widow slams Surrey’s policing consultation process

‘I didn’t find it useful,’ Darlene Bennett, whose husband Paul was shot dead in Cloverdale, said of first session

Surrey Mountie won’t face charges for scooter scuffle

The Surrey-based IIO has decided not to forward the case to Crown counsel for review