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Highway 99 traffic flows under 24 Avenue in South Surrey Monday afternoon. (Aaron Hinks photo)A cyclist crosses above Highway 99 on 24 Avenue Monday afternoon, Oct. 19. (Aaron Hinks photo)

Liberals promise new freeway interchanges for South Surrey

NDP candidate taking pre-election announcement ‘with heavy grain of salt’

 

Surrey RCMP investigate after a shooting in Newton Monday, Sept. 14. Police say a man was targeted but was not hit. (Photo: Shane MacKichan)

Shooting in Newton linked to Lower Mainland gang conflict, Surrey police say

RCMP say two men were chasing intended victim before shots fired in the 12900-block of 65A Avenue

 

Police officer photographs the crime scene. (Photo: Shane MacKichan)

Man charged after assault with weapon near Surrey Central SkyTrain station

Surrey RCMP say 28-year-old Jaal Kueth remains in custody after violent assault Wednesday

 

A kid’s colouring page that the Now-Leader recently published from the New Westminster & District Labour Council’s website (nwdlc.ca) is offensive, writes one reader. What do you think?

LETTER: Why did the ‘Now-Leader’ print this offensive pose?

Reader sees obscene gesture in kids colouring book page depicting strong woman

  • Sep 9, 2020
A kid’s colouring page that the Now-Leader recently published from the New Westminster & District Labour Council’s website (nwdlc.ca) is offensive, writes one reader. What do you think?
Surrey’s Em Giang bought her $1M winning ticket at the Fleetwood Town Pantry at 15588 Fraser Highway. (Photo: BCLC)

Surrey woman says winning $1M lotto draw is like ‘out-of-body experience’

Em Giang bought ticket at Fleetwood Town Pantry at 15588 Fraser Highway

Surrey’s Em Giang bought her $1M winning ticket at the Fleetwood Town Pantry at 15588 Fraser Highway. (Photo: BCLC)
RCMP are investigating following an incident in South Surrey in which a young man was caught on video using a racial slur against a South Asian man. However, it is members of the public who have allegedly issued threats and damaged property who could face charges, say police. (File photo)

Reaction to South Surrey racial-slur video could lead to charges: RCMP

Police say incident itself not a hate crime, but public response could be deemed criminal

RCMP are investigating following an incident in South Surrey in which a young man was caught on video using a racial slur against a South Asian man. However, it is members of the public who have allegedly issued threats and damaged property who could face charges, say police. (File photo)
Ducks Unlimited Canada biologist Megan Winand uses a real-time kinematic position tool – which is used to track and process all available global navigation satellite system signals monitoring elevation – for a study on invasive cattails. (Ducks Unlimited Canada photo)

Guided walk to Green Timbers Lake marks World Wetlands Day in Surrey

Feb. 1 event is open to participants 14 years and older

  • Jan 30, 2020
Ducks Unlimited Canada biologist Megan Winand uses a real-time kinematic position tool – which is used to track and process all available global navigation satellite system signals monitoring elevation – for a study on invasive cattails. (Ducks Unlimited Canada photo)
Surrey Mayor Doug McCallum poses with an example of a Surrey Police cruiser after his State of the City Address at Civic Hotel on May 7, 2019. (Photo: Amy Reid)

White Rock-South Surrey CARP chapter slams McCallum on police, ride-hailing

Seniors organization will join in collecting signatures for pro-RCMP campaign

Surrey Mayor Doug McCallum poses with an example of a Surrey Police cruiser after his State of the City Address at Civic Hotel on May 7, 2019. (Photo: Amy Reid)
Councillor Doug Elford talks to reporters after voting for the controversial draft budget at Surrey City Hall Monday night. (Photo: Amy Reid)

OUR VIEW: Elford’s support of budget surprising, considering his history in Surrey

The Doug Elford we knew as an advocate would have opposed budget that doesn’t hire more officers

  • Dec 18, 2018
Councillor Doug Elford talks to reporters after voting for the controversial draft budget at Surrey City Hall Monday night. (Photo: Amy Reid)
During the election campaign, Doug McCallum stated, with a certain amount of pride, that he answered all of his phone calls. But since being elected, his evasiveness has proven otherwise. (Now-Leader file photo)

OUR VIEW: Mayor McCallum, Surrey needs you to pick up your phone

Make no mistake, readers, when McCallum ducks reporters, he is ducking you

  • Dec 13, 2018
During the election campaign, Doug McCallum stated, with a certain amount of pride, that he answered all of his phone calls. But since being elected, his evasiveness has proven otherwise. (Now-Leader file photo)
Jeremy Kennedy at Revolution Martial Arts & Fitness in Langley. (File photo: Tom Zillich)

From B.C. to Bahrain, Surrey MMA fighter takes talent overseas

Jeremy Kennedy will continue career overseas after stint in UFC

  • Jul 31, 2018
Jeremy Kennedy at Revolution Martial Arts & Fitness in Langley. (File photo: Tom Zillich)
The 2018 Surrey Interfaith Pilgrimage took place on Sunday, Feb. 4 with more than a dozen people taking part in the opening ceremonies at Thien Ton Buddhist Temple. (Photo: Bala Yogesh)

VIDEO: People ‘learn to be neighbours’ at Surrey Interfaith Pilgrimage

More than a dozen people took part in Sunday’s 16.3-km walk that stopped at various places of worship

The 2018 Surrey Interfaith Pilgrimage took place on Sunday, Feb. 4 with more than a dozen people taking part in the opening ceremonies at Thien Ton Buddhist Temple. (Photo: Bala Yogesh)
A two-car crash in the fog sent at least two people to hospital in Surrey Friday afternoon. (Photos: Shane MacKichan)

UPDATE: Two people expected to be fine after rollover crash in Surrey

Crash happened in fog at 104th Avenue and 141st Street and photos from scene show Jeep that had rolled over

A two-car crash in the fog sent at least two people to hospital in Surrey Friday afternoon. (Photos: Shane MacKichan)
(Photo: Shane MacKichan)

POLL: Who’s more to blame for all the recent crashes involving pedestrians in Surrey?

Readers are weighing in on who’s to blame for all these recent crashes in Surrey

  • Dec 7, 2017
(Photo: Shane MacKichan)
The vandals poured red paint over Precious Blood Parish’s statue of the Virgin Mary on Monday night. (Submitted)

Precious Blood Parish victim to ‘bloody’ vandalism attacks

Fake blood poured on statues of Jesus Christ, Virgin Mary

The vandals poured red paint over Precious Blood Parish’s statue of the Virgin Mary on Monday night. (Submitted)
Precious Blood Parish’s statue of Jesus Christ was also vandalized on Monday night. (Submitted)

Precious Blood Parish victim to ‘bloody’ vandalism attacks

Fake blood poured on statues of Jesus Christ, Virgin Mary

Precious Blood Parish’s statue of Jesus Christ was also vandalized on Monday night. (Submitted)
VIDEO: Get a sneak peek at the newly renovated BC Vintage Truck Museum

VIDEO: Get a sneak peek at the newly renovated BC Vintage Truck Museum

Volunteers have been working around the clock to finish the $50,000 renovation of Cloverdale museum

VIDEO: Get a sneak peek at the newly renovated BC Vintage Truck Museum
A screenshot of the power outages affecting nearly 2,500 residents in Cloverdale.

UPDATE: Multiple power outages affecting Surrey, Langley

Over 3,000 people are without power in Clayton Heights and Langley according to B.C. Hydro

A screenshot of the power outages affecting nearly 2,500 residents in Cloverdale.
Emergency personel deal with the aftermath of a reported RCMP pursuit that lead to the car slamming into a 200 Street median in Langley. (Curtis Kreklau/South Fraser News Services)

VIDEO: Car crashes into Langley median after fleeing Surrey RCMP

Reports say suspect sustained bite wounds from a police dog

Emergency personel deal with the aftermath of a reported RCMP pursuit that lead to the car slamming into a 200 Street median in Langley. (Curtis Kreklau/South Fraser News Services)
Cloverdale mom fundraises for suicide prevention in memory of her son

Cloverdale mom fundraises for suicide prevention in memory of her son

Jake Hoffmann ended his life by suicide in August 2015, ten days before he turned 19

Cloverdale mom fundraises for suicide prevention in memory of her son