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Oregon man arrested at South Surrey border

U.S. officials say charges include rape, sexual abuse

TransLink board hears latest complaints about HandyDart

Riders’ group says this week’s disruption is the third major one this year.

Be summer smart, Surrey bylaws says

Four more bylaws officers have joined Surrey’s team for the summer months

Dawson City’s ‘sour toe’ returned

The stolen Dawson City ‘sour toe’ was returned to its rightful owner in the Yukon

Delta North MLA calls throne speech ‘a cynical move’

Premier Christy Clark embraced child care increases, toll elimination and donation restrictions

North Delta students take home national environmental awards

Seaquam Secondary took home six of 17 awards at the Young Reporters for the Environment competition.

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Surrey man aims to lighten up Whalley with new barbershop
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Brain monitors, virtual reality showcased along Surrey's Innovation Boulevard
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Surrey honours veteran with tree planting
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SFU receives $1 million from Coast Capital Savings for student program
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Surrey-White Rock MLA says BC Liberals received message from urban voters

Redies responds to Premier Christy Clark’s throne speech on YouTube

Sunshine might have been a factor in serious Surrey pedestrian crash

It happened at 168th Street and 60th Avenue, at about 7 a.m. Friday morning.

BC SPCA warns: A hot car is no place for your pet

Temperature in parked vehicle can reach over 38 degrees Celsius

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High court clears way for Facebook lawsuit in B.C.

Deborah Douez alleges Facebook used her name and profile photo in ads endorsing a company she ‘liked’

Expect a heat wave this weekend: Environment Canada

The Lower Mainland could reach scorching temperatures up to 32 degrees.

VIDEO: Hide your picnic baskets, the bears are out

Conservation officers are expecting to see highest number of bears in recent years this summer

Elections BC prepares for possible snap election

Staff not expecting voters to head to the polls yet, but want to be ready

‘Celebrating era of reconciliation’

Semiahmoo First Nation Chief Harley Chappell welcomes participants to National Aboriginal Day festivities

VIDEO: Throne speech piles on PST cut, other promises

NDP, Greens still preparing to defeat B.C. Liberals

Donated lift from BC Ferries helps young Surrey boy

BC Ferries says one of its workers heard of a family trying to raise money to purchase a stair lift

Surrey’s SOS Children’s Village officially opens two transition suites

The suites are part of a year-long program for youth aging out of foster care