Roses and Rotten Tomatoes (May 14, 2015)


  • A gymnasium filled with roses to my sons Max and Noah for earning their black belts in Taekwondo. Attaboys!

  • Beautiful roses to two kind people at the dollar store on Friday May 1 about 6 p.m. who paid $10 to the cashier for my bill. Thank you for your unbelievable kindness.

  • A bouquet of pink and yellow roses to my mother, Susan Wosnack. Through a brave battle with lung cancer she stayed positive and was a true fighter to the very end. Roses and much love to you mom – Julie and Teddy are waiting for you and I bet you are excited to see them too!

  • A beautiful bouquet of roses to those who showed up at our garage sale on May 2. We had a "free or small donation to the food bank section" and your generous donations added up to $65. We topped it off to $100 and donated to the White Rock South Surrey location of Sources food bank. Thank you!

  • Roses to the people for not voting "Yes" to more stupid transit. You’re smart and you’re also saving a lot more money too – keep up the good work!

  • A bouquet of roses to the boy and his friends in the Rosemary Heights area who saved our little dog. They went out of their way to run and find her after I fell and she bolted. Your actions show that you are truly amazing and kind kids. Also, roses to the kind lady who drove me home so I could get my car to look for her. You are all my everyday heroes.


  • A Boeing 777 full of rotten tomatoes to certain air traffic controller(s) at YVR who direct airplanes over Surrey and White Rock between midnight and 7 a.m. which is contrary to the Noise Abatement Procedures. Flights are supposed to avoid populated areas during the night so that residents can sleep. Flights can be monitored and reported on the WebTrak website.

  • Rotten tomatoes to city hall for approving the noisy construction of the house next door and cleaning out pipes while nearly flooding our bathrooms, three times. If you want us to move after living in Surrey for 40 years, why don’t you just send a letter?

  • Rotten tomatoes to sports fishing television show hosts who always stand up in their boats and never, ever wear life jackets.

  • Awoke today to a helicopter spraying for the oh-so-elusive moths. It’s Sunday at 6:30 a.m. – Mothers Day for crying out loud! Rotten tomatoes to Hepner for apparently having her priorities backwards!

  • Rotten tomatoes to the many grocery stores who display fresh flowers at the entrance and near the checkout counters. Why not show some consideration and move your florist business away from the door and the cash registers? Many people have allergies and it is very irritating to have to suffer while waiting to pay for one’s groceries.

Just Posted

VIDEO: Surrey hair salon joins sustainability initiative

Hair can be used to create boom to clean up oil spills: Green Circle Salons

White Rock breaks temperature record

B.C. city was the hottest in all of Canada

South Surrey church members ‘praying for accused mother… for the whole process’

Lisa Batstone’s second-degree murder trial continues this week in B.C. Supreme Court

City will ask Fraser Health to remove pay parking at SMH, Surrey councillor says

Surrey’s new council has already made parking free on neighbouring city streets

VIDEO: Health and Technology District breaks ground on new building

City Centre 3 is the third of eight planned buildings: Lark Group

Trudeau offers to help Pacific islands face climate change impact

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met with the leaders from the Pacific island nations on Saturday during the APEC Summit in Papua New Guinea

Price makes 36 saves as Habs edge Canucks 3-2

Late goal lifts Montreal past Vancouver

BC Minister of Agriculture loses stepson to accidental overdose

Lana Popham announces death of her 23-year-old stepson, Dan Sealey

Canadian military’s template for perfect recruits outdated: Vance

Gen. Jonathan Vance, the chief of defence staff says that the military has to change because the very nature of warfare is changing, particularly when it comes to cyber-warfare

‘Toxic’ chosen as the Word of the Year by Oxford Dictionaries

Other top contenders for 2018 include ‘gaslighting’ and ‘techlash’

RCMP bust illegal B.C. cannabis lab

Marijuana may be legal but altering it using chemicals violates the Cannabis Act

1 woman dead, man in hospital after ‘suspicious’ crash: police

Homicide investigators and Burnaby RCMP are investigating the fatal collision

Canada defeats Germany 29-10 in repechage, moves step closer to Rugby World Cup

Hong Kong needs a bonus-point win over Canada — scoring four or more tries — while denying the Canadians a bonus point

Avalanche Canada in desperate need of funding

The organization provides avalanche forecasting for an area larger than the United Kingdom

Most Read