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2016: A look back at our most-read stories online

A recap of the stories most popular with our online readers on The Surrey Leader website.

  • Dec. 30, 2016 10:00 a.m.

Top news

Surrey bank stand-off ends with arrest

Top sports

New sports academy to target at-risk youth

Top business

Surrey home prices soar 30%

Top community

‘Brainy’ teen sets his sights on neuro-surgery

Top letter

What’s best for Surrey: LRT or SkyTrain?

Top opinion

A promising prognosis for change

Top lifestyles

Their big day included a big donation

Top entertainment

Rent to rock Delta school stage

 

Top 10 news

1. Surrey bank standoff ends in arrest

2. The faces of fentanyl

3. ‘Appalling’ mess at campsite linked to South Surrey grads

4. Surrey Teachers’ Association president mourned

5. Killer mom to stand trial for second murder of fellow prisoner

6. Burns Bog fire 100 per cent contained

7. ‘Once a Husky, always a Husky’

8. North Delta medical pot shop snuffed out

9. Boy killed by falling tree (with video)

10. Police release video surveillance of sex assault suspect

 

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