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Annual scarecrow festival returns to Port Kells

Scarecrow tours, scavenger hunts, live entertainment and more at Sept. 22 festival

VIDEO: People line up for piece of 8-foot diameter pie

Pie in the Plaza celebrates city’s agri-food sector

Helping birds a passion for staff at Delta’s OWL rehabilitation centre

From abandoned babies birds to injured eagles, OWL takes on any raptor that comes its way

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Cops for Cancer Tour de Valley stops at Surrey elementary school
Dozens help with planting for TD Tree Days
Volunteers help build new playground for hospital
Human Library social justice project was eye opening for Surrey teens

Overdose drill a matter of ‘being prepared’

Vigil to honour victims draws about 50 to South Surrey park

Cloverdale’s Terry Fox Run set for September 16

Terrance Fox will speak at Cloverdale fundraiser event

North Delta history: Back-to-school, 100 years ago

What school was like for kids in North Delta during the closing months of the First World War?

  • Sep 6th, 2018

Anti-childhood obesity program launching in Surrey ‘all about habits, not weight’

Two 10-week programs are launching in Surrey this fall, open to children aged 8 to 12 and their families

10 B.C. cities to pilot new program against childhood obesity

Healthy Family Living program being tested in 10 communities, including Chilliwack

Surrey funeral home shines a light on suicide prevention

Canada in top five countries for highest child suicide rates: report

‘Paws’ this weekend and fight animal cruelty in B.C.

The BC SPCA is centralizing its Paws for a Cause event to just six community events in B.C.

Former B.C. Lion among Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers award winners

Surrey’s Marco Iannuzzi to be honoured with 40 others in Victoria this week

BC Thanksgiving Food Drive will return to Cloverdale, Langley homes

Last year’s local efforts collected more than 30,000 pounds of food

Chess tournament held at Semiahmoo Shopping Centre

Youngsters test their skills in new chess club venue

White Rock cuts ribbon to all-abilities park

Generations Playground, located at Ruth Johnson Park, has been a ‘long-time coming’

VIDEO: Humpbacks breach so close man can smell whale

B.C. man could have reached out and touched ‘playful’ whales

Free legal advice offered at Surrey clinic

Access Pro Bono organization to host session Sept. 5 at Surrey City Hall Plaza

What to expect from Surrey’s new $15.7-million museum expansion

Q & A with Museum of Surrey Manager Lynn Saffery

  • Aug 31st, 2018

VIDEO: Nature comes through in time for Lower Mainland seniors home butterfly release

The sun poked through Thursday afternoon, warming up the air for an annual fundraiser.

North Delta history: The eulachon, a part of our past

Sometimes called candle fish, the smelt was an important catch for First Nations on the Fraser River

  • Aug 31st, 2018