Tom Zytaruk

SFU receives $1 million from Coast Capital Savings for student program

It will help fund Western Canada’s first university business “student incubator” over the next five years.

They virtually walked across Canada, inside a Surrey shopping mall

The Guildford Town Centre Walking Club completed its lengthy 24,000-kilometre stroll inside the mall

ZYTARUK: Gee, academics discover smoking pot leads to bad school grades

Yep, that’s right and you heard it here. Could’ve told you that in 1982, though.

ELECTION 2017: Surrey — a city divided

A distinct line has been drawn in our city between right and left — but what does it all mean?

Police seize loaded gun from car after stopping Surrey motorist for speeding

Police say they found a .40-calibre gun with ammo

First-degree murder conviction in 2009 Surrey shooting

David Sadler guilty of first-degree murder in the 2009 Surrey shooting death of James Ward Erickson.

Mayors’ Council confirms opposition to referendum on 10-year regional transportation plan

Referendum would delay urgent work needed to reduce congestion in Metro Vancouver, the council says

Two men sentenced in Surrey homicide

Two men have been sentenced in connection with the 2004 shooting death of Amandeep Singh Bath in Whalley.

Surrey staging all-candidates meeting on affordable housing, homelessness and poverty

Susan Sanderson of the Realistic Success Recovery Society said invitations sent to all Liberal, NDP and Green Party candidates in Surrey.

Surrey mom, daughter escape with their lives after tree crashes on their car

A mother and her daughter are lucky to be alive after a monkey tree fell on their car, in their driveway, in the 15000-block of 86th Avenue.

Surrey RCMP trying to ID Whalley shed fire victim

The fire, in the 10800-block of 132nd Street on January 29, claimed the life of a young man.

Six-month jail sentence related to Surrey/Delta street drug conflict

Two search warrants were executed on two Surrey residences resulting in the seizure of drugs, cash and vehicles.

Surrey Creep Catchers leader says his group is on the ‘right track’

'We have been on the right track since our first video,' Ryan LaForge says. 'We took a fight to an epidemic ignored by our government.'

Surrey Creep Catchers aiming to expand into small-town B.C.

Exactly where, says SCC president Ryan LaForge, is 'a secret'

VIDEO: Surrey man expected to be fine after kitchen fire

Fire department said no working smoke alarms were found

Surrey woman ticketed after parking in same spot for seven years

Last year, Surrey collected $1.8 million in parking fine revenue.

Police trying to ID suspect in Surrey, Langley, Abbotsford bank robberies

The Surrey robbery happened on March 3rd and the Langley and Abbotsford robberies happened on March 17th.

Elderly Surrey man struck by car has died

The victim, a pedestrian, was 88 years old. He was hit in the 7000-block of 138th Street at 8:30 p.m. Sunday. His name hasn't been released.

Surrey man found guilty of possessing drugs for trafficking after leaving brown paper bag on back seat of taxi

An RCMP handgun was found when police searched a house in Whalley

Surrey RCMP arrest man accused of assaulting Delta cop

The Delta officer was doing a street check on the man in 8600-block of Scott Road at about 9 p.m. this past Saturday.