Amy Reid

City of Surrey looks to create ‘visionary’ long-term transportation plan

Staff seek council’s approval to update the 2008 Transportation Strategic Plan with long-term goals

Surrey looks to tweak its social policy committee ‘to be more inclusive’

City council will vote on the proposed changes Monday night

Surrey council to consider bringing parking enforcement in-house

Staff recommend hiring staff to conduct the work as a cost-saving measure

SQUEEZING SURREY STUDENTS IN: The causes and impacts of overcrowding in city schools

Special series: How growth is affecting students, parents and school staff alike – and what the future holds

UPDATE: Surrey RCMP believe missing three-year-old boy now with parents

Police are now saying they don’t believe Brycein is in any harm, but want to speak with his parents

Surrey spent $15K on police cruiser prototype for a force not yet approved

Mayor Doug McCallum showcased the vehicle in May, outside his State of the City Address

‘Not much has changed’: Why overcrowding in Surrey schools has persisted for decades

FINAL IN A SERIES: Education minister, longtime trustee weigh in on packed Surrey schools

UPDATE: Surrey RCMP say missing 15-year-old Aboriginal girl found safe

Megan Hindmarch went missing on June 18, prompting a public appeal for information

Surrey-North Delta Meals on Wheels in ‘desperate’ search for new partner

Without a new kitchen found by Sept. 1, the charity says it won’t have food to deliver to those in need

Why school portables are a ‘way of life’ in Surrey

THIRD IN A SERIES: A look at concerns surrounding Surrey’s 300-plus portables

Surrey councillor says proposed police force ‘fails’ abused children

Surrey Mayor responds, accuses Councillor Locke of ‘fear mongering’

South Asian Mental Health Alliance receives $112K to train 100 ‘youth ambassadors’

The first batch of 25 youth will begin training in Surrey next week

UPDATE: Surrey RCMP say missing 69-year-old man found safe

Stanley Peters went missing in Whalley on June 15

Service on Interurban rail would be expensive, miss key destinations: TransLink

Those pitching passenger service along the existing track call TransLink’s review ‘seriously flawed’

The struggle for space inside Surrey’s elementary schools

SECOND IN A SERIES: A look at how overcrowding impacts student life

Man thrown from motorcycle in crash along Surrey’s 120th Street

Speed and alcohol have not been ruled out as factors in the collision

Surrey welcomes new fire chief on July 1

Chief Len Garis has announced his retirement after more than two decade of service

Surrey RCMP looking for missing woman last seen in Whalley two weeks ago

Raquel Amaral was last seen at 5:45 a.m. on May 29 in the 10700-block of King George Boulevard

‘Goodbye legion 229’: Demolition of Whalley Legion building begins

The $312-million Surrey Legion Veterans Village project is to be built in its place

Could Surrey find 800-plus officers for its new force by 2021?

While Mayor Doug McCallum insists it can be done, SFU criminology professor doubts timeline