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Strange stuff in ongoing battle for future of a Surrey park
Group’s leader says it’s within the City’s power
Save Hawthorne group seeks legal advice after Surrey’s ‘request’ to not hand out forms on civic property
West Coast Environmental Law says they have a right to distribute political literature
Surrey army cadet enjoys rewarding experience, and gets an award in the process
There’ll also be a free barbeque at the Whalley park
Column writer shares sage platitudes on getting the job done, eventually
The defendant contracted to buy the Newton rancher but didn’t complete
That’s if an application to the British Columbia Utilities Commission is approved
Lance Loy, 37, claims he’s the victim of “a pretty bad misinterpretation.”
The first course, to be taught this fall, is Natural Products Chemistry
Surrey residents campaigning against Hawthorne Park roads proposal feel they’re being stymied by city hall
Surrey City Clerk says the necessary form will be ready this week.
Police warn that anyone who associates with these five could be in danger themselves
Marvin Hunt’s reaction was ‘surprise’
Police warn residents to be alert for idling cars
It’s called the #DiaperCampaign.
Jatinder ‘Michael’ Sandhu, 28, was shot in the head while sitting in a parked car in Whalley in 2016
All told, Surrey’s number of criminal code offences dropped by 14 per cent, to 20,947 from 24,486.
It started 3:35 a.m. Thursday in the 7900-block of 80th Avenue, Newton. The cause is undetermined.
The higher I go, the wobblier my knees get.
A view from the 55th floor of Surrey’s Civic Hotel under construction in the heart of the city core