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Steve Cobon and Linda Fox stand in the centre of the Gateway Shelter

WHALLEY’S CORNER: ‘We could do so much more’

With new homeless shelter on way, business report reinforces need
for province to give more to Surrey

Steve Cobon and Linda Fox stand in the centre of the Gateway Shelter
Whalley Little League’s Ed Myers and Karen McGregor say people are proud to be part of a group that has earned the reputation of being one of the most well-respected associations  in youth baseball – and that pride spurs Whalley Little League’s board and volunteers to work as hard as they do.

WHALLEY’S CORNER: Where baseball is more than just a sport. It’s a brand.

PART SIX: Whalley Little League gears up to celebrate 60 years. A look at the association’s legacy and challenges and its oh-so-cool hats

Whalley Little League’s Ed Myers and Karen McGregor say people are proud to be part of a group that has earned the reputation of being one of the most well-respected associations  in youth baseball – and that pride spurs Whalley Little League’s board and volunteers to work as hard as they do.
NightShift’s MaryAnne Connor was once scared of people in Whalley

WHALLEY’S CORNER: NightShift serves up ‘soul food’ in Whalley

PART FIVE: ‘This is messy... People die. There’s violence... But there’s a whole lot of love and that’s what I choose to see here.’

NightShift’s MaryAnne Connor was once scared of people in Whalley

FOCUS: Young farmers grow business in the heart of Newton (photos, video)

Doug Zaklan takes a drink of water on a hot Wednesday afternoon and surveys the land he's been farming for the past four years.

Goldie Springenatic began running the Round-Up Cafe with her husband Orest in the 50s. She loves it just as much today as she did all those decades ago. (Photos: AMY REID and SURREY ARCHIVES)

WHALLEY’S CORNER: Surrey’s Round-Up Café takes you back in time

PART THREE: Iconic Surrey diner doesn't look or feel much different than it did when it opened in the 1940s

Goldie Springenatic began running the Round-Up Cafe with her husband Orest in the 50s. She loves it just as much today as she did all those decades ago. (Photos: AMY REID and SURREY ARCHIVES)
Mike Nielsen

WHALLEY’S CORNER: The area’s evolution, through the lens of businesses

PART TWO: Saying momentum is on their side, longtime Whalley businesses say they’re not going anywhere

Mike Nielsen