Now-Leader reporters Trevor Beggs and Amy Reid break down their picks for “can’t-miss” stories from the past week or so.

VIDEO: Top 4 ‘can’t-miss’ stories from Surrey

Now-Leader reporters Trevor Beggs and Amy Reid break down memorable stories from past few issues

SURREY — Now-Leader reporters Trevor Beggs and Amy Reid break down their picks for “can’t-miss” stories from the past week or so. Here are their picks:

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CFL and NFL Canada donate $5,000 to North Surrey Minor Football

After having their clubhouse burned in a suspected act of vandalism, North Surrey Minor Football (NSMF) finally received some good karma. The CFL and NFL Canada are donating $5,000 to the football organization’s GoFundMe Page.

Full story here. Help them out here.

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Fifty – 50! – Christmas trees stolen from Surrey garden centre

It was a sad start to the holiday season for Hunters Garden Centre on Wednesday morning, when staff arrived to find 50 Christmas trees had been stolen from its yard overnight.

Full story and video here.

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‘Glow Christmas’ opens for the holiday season

The massive light show at Milner Village Garden Centre in Langley features more than 500,000 lights, along with food trucks, a bar, live music, and a local marketplace with over 40 vendors. The 103,000 square-foot show took three months to set up and another nine months to plan.

Full story and video here.

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Road rage incident involving Canada Post worker caught on tape in Surrey

Canada Post says it is investigating a Surrey road rage video involving a Canada Post worker. Jessica Ashlee Thomson uploaded the video to her Facebook page on Monday. It shows a Canada Post worker weaving through traffic before pulling up alongside Thomson.

“Postal worker, you’re not going to have a job for long,” said Thomson.

“I’m gonna have my job forever, HA HA HA HA,” said the postal worker emphatically, laughing.

Full story and video here.



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