Russell Cardinal of the Plains Cree performed at Surrey’s National Aboriginal Day celebration. His outfit took 20 years to make. It includes several types of eagles, bear claws, moose hide and more. (Photo: Amy Reid)

Surrey Year in Review: 2017 in photos

Memorable moments and people in Surrey from the past year

There were many large community events and memorable people in Surrey this year.

Here’s a snapshot of 2017, in photos.

Video edited by Amy Reid

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