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Find your own luxury home on the south side of the Fraser River that will only cost you your arm — not your leg, too.
Many people in Surrey are hard-working families and just trying to get by. The last thing these families and their children need is your social stigma thrown at them.
A Metro Vancouver city that is constantly battling an image problem received an ego boost this week when it was named one of the world's most intelligent communities.
It wasn't a long escapade for the animal, though, as roughly half an hour later, this tweet followed: Surrey RCMP also took
Police have found the body of a child in the trunk of a car in Surrey, B.C., and arrested the female owner of the car. Sgt
A crime spree comprised of shoplifting, stabbing, and carjacking ended with an arrest in Vancouver on Friday morning. Surrey
The B.C. Court of Appeal has upheld a ruling assigning 75 per cent of the blame to the Surrey School District for an accident
For the last six weeks, deep in the B.C. legislature, eight MLAs have been toiling away at trying to set spending limits for municipal parties and their candidates in 2018, as well as third parties. It's been an oddly quiet discussion, given that their recommendations might restore a modicum of faith in local democracy. Might.
Saturday was a good day for local democracy in B.C. As one person noted online: "First time in my life I've had to wait to vote in a local election....What the hell is going on?" What was going on was that voters were coming out of the woodwork by the thousands in towns and cities across B.C. and it seems that those who skipped 2011 had one thing on their mind this time.
Surrey needs to return to the ward system. A candidate doesn't need thousands of dollars to run a city-wide campaign or to seek the nomination of a political slate. Independents would have a good chance of getting elected. This is because the elections would be held in smaller neighbourhood districts or wards. This would give Surrey the same representation as Vancouver -- which is more than appropriate considering the growing size and stature of Surrey.