Community

HISTORY: Cloverdale created an emergency hospital during the Second World War

The community came together during a time of need

  • May 14, 2019

Rodeo parade to bring thousands to downtown Cloverdale

Skateboarder demos, marching bands, vintage vehicles and more

Warm up for rodeo at Cloverdale’s annual chili contest

Free chili, children’s events at Clover Square Mall on Friday

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Surrey RCMP opens its doors to the public
Accessible playground coming to Surrey park
Surrey alzheimer centre celebrates therapy pig's first birthday
Surrey Vaisakhi Parade floods Newton streets

Cloverdale’s wacky, wonderful bed races to kick off rodeo weekend

Event has been a May long weekend cornerstone for 42 years

North Delta history: The historic floods of May

Every recorded catastrophic flood on the Fraser River has happened in May, the largest in 1894

  • May 12, 2019

White Rock first responders to host open house

Community day set for May 25

  • May 11, 2019

New name for Delta Museum and Archives Society

Change to Delta Heritage Society reflects broader focus, scope of activities

‘Walking school bus’ program initiated at Sunnyside Elementary

Congestion, police say, is an issue when it comes to student safety

South Surrey students gear up for swan-song spin-a-thon

Elgin Park fundraiser ‘going out better than we started’

Surrey Arts Organizations Round Table planned in Newton

Arts council-hosted event in June to include panel of arts and cultural leaders in Surrey

BLOG: Saying Goodbye to Haida Gwaii

Earl Marriott student Jessica Cooper says she learned a deeper understanding of herself

  • May 9, 2019

BLOG: ‘Haida Gwaii is a celebration of life and love’

Earl Marriott Secondary students share cultural adventure of Haida Gwaii

BLOG: Haida Gwaii trip prompts ‘clearer sense of knowledge on Indigenous culture’

Earl Marriott Secondary students share experience in Haida Gwaii

  • May 8, 2019

Delta School District hosting gang prevention sessions for parents

Info nights to give overview of current gang landscape, how gangs recruit, warning signs to look for

BLOG: Haida Gwaii trip offers ‘opportunity to disconnect’ for South Surrey students

Earl Marriott students, who are currently in Haida Gwaii, share their experience with PAN

  • May 7, 2019

BLOG: Haida Gwaii trip offers ‘opportunity to disconnect’ for South Surrey students

Earl Marriott students, who are currently in Haida Gwaii, share their experience with PAN

Search launched for Surrey’s new Poet Laureate, for two-year term

July 2 deadline set for submissions; candidate to start work in the fall

VIDEO: Harrison Hot Springs welcomes Surrey dance students

Competitive high school dancers came out to Harrison to share their moves with elementary students