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School board vice-chair Val Windsor seeking re-election

Windsor is the tenth candidate for school board trustee to declare an intention to run

French Immersion enrolment down in Surrey: report

District spokesman says ‘very little’ enrolment at Cougar Creek resulted in closure of program

VIDEO: Surrey First announces full slate of candidates

Mayoral candidate Tom Gill, two incumbent councillors and six others are running in Oct. 20 election

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Surrey woman's book meant to help those struggling with domestic violence
Surrey union hosts hockey tournament benefitting food bank
Whalley baseball player Dio Gama practices in Surrey while wanting to be in Williamsport
Two EE's Farm market to close doors after 58 years

Bishop pledges to hold Delta affordable housing summit if elected mayor

Summit to be held within 100 days of election, with new policies in place by spring 2019

Medevac dispatched to South Surrey

Air ambulance to land near border

Police, volunteers monitor White Rock school zones

Warnings and tickets issued for school-zone speeders

Deltassist looking to city to support seniors’ programs

Deltassist’s core funding from United Way is being eliminated by 2020

Trudeau ‘officially launches’ SNG light rail transit line in Surrey

PM says feds and province investing $3B in Surrey’s LRT project and Vancouver’s Broadway project

One to hospital following South Surrey condo fire

Sprinkler water ‘created biggest challenge’

Mayoral candidate Pauline Greaves joins Proudly Surrey slate

‘In coming together, we are creating a whole that is much greater than the sum of its parts,’ says Greaves

More North Delta properties can be subdivided after bylaw update

The zoning bylaw amendment makes 347 residential properties in North Delta eligible to be subdivided

Photo of BC Wildfire Service unit gets thousands of reactions on Facebook

The BC Wildfire Service’s Stormriders have been battling the Shovel Lake wildfire

Johnston Road to close for streetscape work

Access to continue for pedestrians, emergency vehicles and business traffic: city

Delta to spend $80K to replace Annieville Lions Park playground

The equipment, built in 2001, had rotted and was removed on Aug. 15

Parshotam Goel joins Proudly Surrey slate

Peace Park Developments owner said he aims to ‘make city hall’s decision-making process accountable and transparent’

White Rock RCMP enforcing the limit

Officers target school-zone speeders

Steven Pettigrew and Jack Hundial join McCallum’s Safe Surrey slate

Pettigrew is leader of the Save Hawthorne Park group, and Hundial is a retired police officer

South Surrey senior warns of relative scam

Alert bank teller saves Don Lepine $5,000

White Rock’s Memorial Park partially reopened

Fences removed from west side of park