Malin Jordan

All event days for Cloverdale Market Days (seen here in 2019) have been cancelled for the rest of 2020. (Ryan Alexander McLeod / Cloverdale Market Days)

‘Cloverdale Market Days’ has been cancelled for 2020

The Surrey street festival usually draws more than 5,000 attendees

All event days for Cloverdale Market Days (seen here in 2019) have been cancelled for the rest of 2020. (Ryan Alexander McLeod / Cloverdale Market Days)
Screenshot from the Prom Is On website.

Cloverdale teen helps organize nationwide prom

Virtual prom set for May 22

Screenshot from the Prom Is On website.
TWU Spartan Daniel Clement rises into the air to reel in a line-out throw during a night game at Sullivan Heights Park Nov. 22, 2019. Bayside rugby director Andy Blackburn ignited some chatter in April when he once again floated the idea to change the structure of the province’s rugby season. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

OPINION: Should BC Rugby change the structure of their season?

Disjointed game schedule adds to player safety issues and participation burnout

TWU Spartan Daniel Clement rises into the air to reel in a line-out throw during a night game at Sullivan Heights Park Nov. 22, 2019. Bayside rugby director Andy Blackburn ignited some chatter in April when he once again floated the idea to change the structure of the province’s rugby season. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Cloverdale’s 176th Street is seen on March 19. The normally busy street has seen very little traffic as the COVID-19 pandemic forced many owners to close their businesses. Now, as businesses begin to start the reopening process, Scott Wheatley and Paul Orazietti share some of the ways their organizations are trying to help business owners. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Cloverdale Chamber and BIA take steps to help businesses reopen

Both groups are members of SERC, the Surrey Economic Recovery Coalition

Cloverdale’s 176th Street is seen on March 19. The normally busy street has seen very little traffic as the COVID-19 pandemic forced many owners to close their businesses. Now, as businesses begin to start the reopening process, Scott Wheatley and Paul Orazietti share some of the ways their organizations are trying to help business owners. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
YouTube screenshot from a Lord Tweedsmuir staff video called “Best Wishes 2020.”

Lord Tweedsmuir staff members lip sync in new video

‘Best Wishes 2020’ music video released on YouTube

YouTube screenshot from a Lord Tweedsmuir staff video called “Best Wishes 2020.”
Closed for in-person visits, the Museum of Surrey has launched a new digital exhibit called “Discover Your Story: We Can Help!” The online exhibit aims to inspire people to discover their roots and create their own family trees. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Museum of Surrey launches online exhibit

Cloverdale museum encourages people to discover their family history

Closed for in-person visits, the Museum of Surrey has launched a new digital exhibit called “Discover Your Story: We Can Help!” The online exhibit aims to inspire people to discover their roots and create their own family trees. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Screenshot from the Surrey Libraries’ database page for “Global Road Warrior.”

Surrey Libraries wants patrons to ‘travel the world’ from home

Databases offer window to world for many stuck at home during pandemic

Screenshot from the Surrey Libraries’ database page for “Global Road Warrior.”
Vehicles parade through Cloverdale in 1946. The actual parade is unknown as there were six in Cloverdale that year – May Day, the Rodeo, the Kinsmen’s Gymkhana (June 29th), the Fall Fair, August Memorial Service, and the Wild West Show. (Image courtesy of Surrey Historical Society)

BCHF conference once again slated for Cloverdale

Surrey Historical Society to host 2021 history conference

Vehicles parade through Cloverdale in 1946. The actual parade is unknown as there were six in Cloverdale that year – May Day, the Rodeo, the Kinsmen’s Gymkhana (June 29th), the Fall Fair, August Memorial Service, and the Wild West Show. (Image courtesy of Surrey Historical Society)
Staff and clients at the Surrey Association for Community Living pause for a photo April 23. COVID-19 has forced the association to rethink the way it operates in order to continue to provide care for the individuals its serves. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Surrey Association for Community Living pivots in order to continue to provide care

SACL has had to change the way they operate during pandemic

Staff and clients at the Surrey Association for Community Living pause for a photo April 23. COVID-19 has forced the association to rethink the way it operates in order to continue to provide care for the individuals its serves. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
A tree was chopped down in Cloverdale Athletic Park April 24. (Photo: Gord Hallam)

Tree chopped in Cloverdale Athletic Park

30-foot tree cut down with axe

A tree was chopped down in Cloverdale Athletic Park April 24. (Photo: Gord Hallam)
Michael Gibbs, president of the Surrey Historical Society, inspects vandalized grave markers in the Surrey Centre Cemetery April 27. Gibbs wondered if it might be time to install security cameras in the 139-year-old cemetery. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Gravestones vandalized at Surrey Centre Cemetery

Pioneer headstones toppled in Cloverdale

Michael Gibbs, president of the Surrey Historical Society, inspects vandalized grave markers in the Surrey Centre Cemetery April 27. Gibbs wondered if it might be time to install security cameras in the 139-year-old cemetery. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Filmmaker John Banovich says he wants the film industry in Canada to start to recognize the value that people with disabilities can bring to the industry. (Photo Submitted)

Cloverdale filmmaker wants industry to recognize the value of people with disabilities

John Banovich says more funding needs to be made available

Filmmaker John Banovich says he wants the film industry in Canada to start to recognize the value that people with disabilities can bring to the industry. (Photo Submitted)
A train ran into a semi in Port Kells April 20. (Photo: Shane MacKichan)

PHOTOS: Train hits semi in Port Kells

Semi driver suffers only minor injuries

A train ran into a semi in Port Kells April 20. (Photo: Shane MacKichan)
Frank Bucholtz (hand raised) explains to the City of Surrey’s Sheena Fisher (at left) April 15 why an old oak tree on 74 Avenue in Clayton should not be chopped down. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Possible heritage oak in Clayton to be cut down

Cloverdale resident not giving up fight to save ‘heritage tree’

Frank Bucholtz (hand raised) explains to the City of Surrey’s Sheena Fisher (at left) April 15 why an old oak tree on 74 Avenue in Clayton should not be chopped down. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Walter van Halst enjoys a coffee Feb. 27 when he sat down with the Cloverdale Reporter for an interview about the upcoming high school rugby season. After the COVID-19 crisis hit, that interview was scrapped. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Cloverdale high school teacher chats about teaching and life during the COVID-19 crisis

Surrey’s Walter van Halst sits down for an informal ‘virtual’ coffee to discuss education’s new reality

Walter van Halst enjoys a coffee Feb. 27 when he sat down with the Cloverdale Reporter for an interview about the upcoming high school rugby season. After the COVID-19 crisis hit, that interview was scrapped. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Exotic animals like this iguana will be showcased online as the Urban Safari Rescue Society is now offering online video presentations. (Image via urbansafari.ca)

Urban Safari Rescue Society starts online video presentations

Animal shelter struggling to stay afloat during pandemic

Exotic animals like this iguana will be showcased online as the Urban Safari Rescue Society is now offering online video presentations. (Image via urbansafari.ca)
A.J. Pau, owner of Visscher-Pau Automotive, checks the oil on a vehicle in his shop April 6. Pau recently launched a new valet service in which Visscher-Pau will pick up your vehicle, perform the necessary work on it, and return the vehicle to your house or workplace. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Cloverdale automobile shop offers to pick up, service, and drop off vehicles

Surrey’s Visscher-Pau Automotive starts ‘Blue Glove’ valet service — will cover Cloverdale, Langley, Newton, Fleetwood, and Hazelmere

A.J. Pau, owner of Visscher-Pau Automotive, checks the oil on a vehicle in his shop April 6. Pau recently launched a new valet service in which Visscher-Pau will pick up your vehicle, perform the necessary work on it, and return the vehicle to your house or workplace. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Surrey Historical Society president Michael Gibbs (right) awards former MP John Aldag with a certificate of appreciation Feb. 8. Gibbs recently offered advice on how to stay connected during the pandemic. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Surrey Historical Society president offers advice on staying connected and sharing one’s ‘heritage’ during pandemic

‘Now is a good time to look around for old letters, photos, and journals’

Surrey Historical Society president Michael Gibbs (right) awards former MP John Aldag with a certificate of appreciation Feb. 8. Gibbs recently offered advice on how to stay connected during the pandemic. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Second World War Veteran Reginald Wise, 95, lays the first of two wreaths at the 2019 Remembrance Day service held at Veterans’ Square in Cloverdale. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Surrey veteran feels pinch from COVID-19 after cancelled surgery

Caught between two countries, and low income, soldier feels he’s been forgotten

Second World War Veteran Reginald Wise, 95, lays the first of two wreaths at the 2019 Remembrance Day service held at Veterans’ Square in Cloverdale. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
A Clayton woman says she was assaulted at this location on the Willoughby Greenway when another woman (who claimed she had COVID-19) coughed in the Clayton woman’s face. (Photo Submitted)

Claiming she has COVID-19, stranger coughs in Cloverdale woman’s face

Clayton Heights woman will now self-isolate for the next two weeks

A Clayton woman says she was assaulted at this location on the Willoughby Greenway when another woman (who claimed she had COVID-19) coughed in the Clayton woman’s face. (Photo Submitted)