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VIDEO: Young swimmers compete in Langley meet

15th Annual Long Course Invitational in Langley underway Saturday and Sunday

Thousands gathered to watch the reconciliation pole be lifted at UBC Saturday afternoon.

Totem pole raised at UBC honours First Nations victimized by residential schools

The pole was carved from a 800-year-old red cedar tree on B.C.'s north coast.

Thousands gathered to watch the reconciliation pole be lifted at UBC Saturday afternoon.
Taken on the morning of June 4 by a resident in Hope of a 'strange blurry object.'

Bright lights, light-fingered aliens: all part of annual report on UFO sightings

Six people in B.C. reported sightings of unidentified flying objects.

Taken on the morning of June 4 by a resident in Hope of a 'strange blurry object.'
Longtime Vancouver Giants fan Forrest Travers

Giants’ Ultimate Fan contest winner lives up to name

Forrest Travers has supported the major junior teams for years.

  • Mar 31, 2017
Longtime Vancouver Giants fan Forrest Travers
B.C. Lions owner David Braley says the team 'has to be sold.'

VIDEO: B.C. Lions owner says he’s selling the team

In a video posted to the team’s website and social media channels, David Braley said a sale could happen as soon as this year.

B.C. Lions owner David Braley says the team 'has to be sold.'
Regina Brazil was killed in her home seven years ago and the case is still unsolved.

Delta homicide remains unsolved after 7 years

Regina Brazil was murdered in her home almost a decade ago, and the case is still open

Regina Brazil was killed in her home seven years ago and the case is still unsolved.
Not-guilty finding in 2013 murder of Craig Widdifield in South Surrey

Not-guilty finding in 2013 murder of Craig Widdifield in South Surrey

Brody Robert Paterson has been found not guilty of first-degree murder in the shooting death of Craig Widdifield

Not-guilty finding in 2013 murder of Craig Widdifield in South Surrey
The Leader’s Cloverdale office in 1953.

Surrey Archives showcases Surrey Leader photographs

Free presentation shares images that appeared in the newspaper during the 1960s.

The Leader’s Cloverdale office in 1953.
Man beaten, concussed in Langley road rage assault

Man beaten, concussed in Langley road rage assault

Police are looking for a witness who saw the attackers and their car.

Man beaten, concussed in Langley road rage assault
25 years behind the lens

25 years behind the lens

I have had the privilege to step into people’s lives and document their most private moments.

25 years behind the lens
Not just a job, a calling

Not just a job, a calling

For me, The Leader has never been just a way to earn a paycheque.

Not just a job, a calling
Thank you Surrey – over to you

Thank you Surrey – over to you

I will forever be grateful and just a little amazed at the level of trust people put in me to get their story right.

  • Mar 30, 2017
Thank you Surrey – over to you
B.C. Children and Family Development Minister Stephanie Cadieux

Help promised for aboriginal child care

Children's minister Stephanie Cadieux says both B.C. and Ottawa need to support kids better at home

B.C. Children and Family Development Minister Stephanie Cadieux
The Leader's printing presses in 1929.

The Surrey Leader: July 17, 1929 – March 31, 2017

On Friday, the last edition of the city's 88-year-old storied paper of record will hit the streets.

The Leader's printing presses in 1929.
More than 100 Metro Vancouver bus drivers were assaulted by riders last year.

VIDEO: Safety barriers coming to new TransLink buses within a year

More than 100 Metro Vancouver bus drivers were assaulted by riders last year.

More than 100 Metro Vancouver bus drivers were assaulted by riders last year.
Elections signs are coming to a piece of public property near you.

VIDEO: Signs of the election cropping up across B.C.

Quesnel and Terrace crack down on signage, while the Lower Mainland takes a laissez-faire approach

Elections signs are coming to a piece of public property near you.
The Surrey Leader has been delivering news in print to doorsteps for 88 years.

From a weekly paper to online, on demand

The Surrey Leader evolved with the times, moving from print to digital over the decades.

The Surrey Leader has been delivering news in print to doorsteps for 88 years.
Out of the dark and into digital, another door closes

Out of the dark and into digital, another door closes

It’s hard to say goodbye to the countless people I’ve interviewed and wrote about over the years.

Out of the dark and into digital, another door closes
Gas prices in Metro Vancouver to hit $1.40 this weekend

Gas prices in Metro Vancouver to hit $1.40 this weekend

Observer says B.C. drivers should expect prices per litre of around $1.40 or $1.45 all summer long

Gas prices in Metro Vancouver to hit $1.40 this weekend
The road trip continues for this longtime reporter

The road trip continues for this longtime reporter

Hopefully I can continue doing what I’ve been fortunate to do for the past 28 years.

The road trip continues for this longtime reporter