Year in Review

The <em>Surrey Now-Leader</em>’s top 10 most-clicked-on stories of the year ranged from a a campaign stop by then-Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau to an over-the-top wedding to a fatal crash, involving three teens. (File photos: Now-Leader)

YEAR IN REVIEW: Surrey, here are the most-read online stories in 2021

From a scratch-ticket win to an over-the-top wedding, these are the Now-Leader’s top 10 stories

 

One-year-old baby Aryan Singh Deol with his father Gaganpreet Singh Deol and mother Harpreet Kaur Deol outside the family’s home in Newton in August. Aryan, who has a rare genetic disease called Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA), will get the treatment he needs thanks to the $2.8 million collected during an online fundraising effort during the spring and summer months. (Photo: Tom Zillich)

Despite the pandemic, it wasn’t all sad stories in Surrey

Here is some of Surrey’s most heartwarming news

 

Shoppers stand in line to pay for their purchases at a Costco store, amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus in March. (File photo: THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck)

Surrey’s most-read online stories from 2020

These are some of the stories you clicked on the most this year

 

Happy New Year, Surrey – now get ready to pay more

Happy New Year, Surrey – now get ready to pay more

Like to eat? Here’s no treat: the average Canadian family is forecast to spend $411 more in groceries

Happy New Year, Surrey – now get ready to pay more
A rendering of Surrey’s planned LRT line. (Photo: surrey.ca)

YEAR IN REVIEW: Surrey stories with ‘legs’ in 2018

No more LRT, RCMP contract clipped, election fraud, Trudeau’s unwanted guest, 135A St and peacocks

A rendering of Surrey’s planned LRT line. (Photo: surrey.ca)