Malin Jordan

After raising concerns about an oak tree on 74 Ave. in Clayton Heights, Jim Foulkes is pleased the City has temporarily put protective fencing around it. (Photo: Jim Foulkes)

Cloverdale heritage oak tree may be saved; Bulman’s Garage rebuild progressing

Surrey Heritage Advisory Commission looking at ways to save tree

After raising concerns about an oak tree on 74 Ave. in Clayton Heights, Jim Foulkes is pleased the City has temporarily put protective fencing around it. (Photo: Jim Foulkes)
Scott Wheatley snaps a selfie with Peter Anyanzwa in Kamapala after a day of umpire training. Anyanzwa was trained up to the equivalent of a level I umpire, based on the requirements of Softball Canada. (Submitted)

Cloverdale Chamber director chats about his recent sports mission to Uganda

Scott Wheatley talks umpiring, traffic, orphanages, and a baby

Scott Wheatley snaps a selfie with Peter Anyanzwa in Kamapala after a day of umpire training. Anyanzwa was trained up to the equivalent of a level I umpire, based on the requirements of Softball Canada. (Submitted)
Surrey Historical Society president Michael Gibbs awards former MP John Aldag with a certificate of appreciation. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Former MP thanked for supporting relocation of Anniedale School

130-year-old historic schoolhouse has been fully restored

Surrey Historical Society president Michael Gibbs awards former MP John Aldag with a certificate of appreciation. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
A woman smashes a scale Feb. 8 at Clayton’s Smiling Hearts Yoga & Fitness Studio during the kickoff event for the studio’s year-long “Break the Scales Challenge.” (Photo: Submitted)

Cloverdale yoga studio challenges people to break—or break up with—their scales

Smiling Hearts Yoga Fitness Studio in Clayton Heights held a “break the scale” day Feb. 8

A woman smashes a scale Feb. 8 at Clayton’s Smiling Hearts Yoga & Fitness Studio during the kickoff event for the studio’s year-long “Break the Scales Challenge.” (Photo: Submitted)
The Bathroom by Leng Bombase, Grade 11.

Student artworks on display at Museum of Surrey until Feb. 18

High school artists shine in ‘Secondary Visual Arts Exhibition’

The Bathroom by Leng Bombase, Grade 11.
Michael Cameron (left), director of Indigenous initiatives for the Industry Training Authority, and Clara Morin Dal Col, president of Métis Nation British Columbia, sign an MOU to help “increase trades education and employment for Métis people in B.C.” (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Agreement signed to help more B.C. Métis get skilled trades jobs

New MOU will help to ‘increase trades education and employment for Métis people in B.C.’

Michael Cameron (left), director of Indigenous initiatives for the Industry Training Authority, and Clara Morin Dal Col, president of Métis Nation British Columbia, sign an MOU to help “increase trades education and employment for Métis people in B.C.” (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Middle-weight Brandon Kim (left) and light middle-weight Ali Owainati will both feature in bouts for the Cloverdale Legion’s eighth annual Jim Gallagher Memorial Boxing Show Feb. 22. (Photos: Submitted)

Langley and Surrey boxers set to battle at Jim Gallagher Memorial Boxing Show in Cloverdale

Amateur fight night returns to the Cloverdale Legion for eighth annual event

Middle-weight Brandon Kim (left) and light middle-weight Ali Owainati will both feature in bouts for the Cloverdale Legion’s eighth annual Jim Gallagher Memorial Boxing Show Feb. 22. (Photos: Submitted)
Team Macdonald smiles after winning the gold medal game at the B.C. provincial wheelchair curling championships Feb. 2 in Cloverdale. (Photo: Submitted)

Team Macdonald wins B.C. wheelchair curling provincial title in Cloverdale

New champs will head to Quebec for Canadian championships April 25-30

Team Macdonald smiles after winning the gold medal game at the B.C. provincial wheelchair curling championships Feb. 2 in Cloverdale. (Photo: Submitted)
Beckam Crawford Skrypnyk hangs out with Sean Penn during filming in Winnipeg for the new movie “Flag Day.” (Photo: Submitted)

Cloverdale minor hockey player acts in new Sean Penn film

Surrey student Beckam Crawford Skrypnyk has acted in four films, several commercials

Beckam Crawford Skrypnyk hangs out with Sean Penn during filming in Winnipeg for the new movie “Flag Day.” (Photo: Submitted)
Skip Darryl Neighbour (left) plays against skip Bob Macdonald during the wheelchair curling provincial championships at Cloverdale Curling Club Feb. 1 (Photo: Malin Jordan)

2020 B.C. Wheelchair Curling Championships continue in Cloverdale

Video: Team Neighbour curls against Team Macdonald at the Cloverdale Curling Club Feb. 1

Skip Darryl Neighbour (left) plays against skip Bob Macdonald during the wheelchair curling provincial championships at Cloverdale Curling Club Feb. 1 (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Participants in the 2019 CNOY fundraising event pause for a picture outside the Cloverdale Community Kitchen. This year’s fundraising walk will take place Feb. 22. (Photo submitted)

Cloverdale’s annual walk for charity still looking for sponsors and participants

Coldest Night of the Year, or CNOY, comes to Surrey Feb. 22

Participants in the 2019 CNOY fundraising event pause for a picture outside the Cloverdale Community Kitchen. This year’s fundraising walk will take place Feb. 22. (Photo submitted)
John Jackman, coordinator for the Cloverdale Seniors’ Stamp Club, holds picture of a Penny Black—the world’s first postage stamp—first issued in 1840. Jackman is encouraging anyone interested in stamp collecting to check out one of his club’s meetings. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Cloverdale stamp club looking for new members

Surrey-based group meets every second and fourth Monday of the month

John Jackman, coordinator for the Cloverdale Seniors’ Stamp Club, holds picture of a Penny Black—the world’s first postage stamp—first issued in 1840. Jackman is encouraging anyone interested in stamp collecting to check out one of his club’s meetings. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Jim Foulkes says this tree, a King George Royal Oak planted circa 1939, need not be cut down to make way for the new Regent Road Elementary School on 74 Ave. in Clayton. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Surrey may lose another heritage tree

Surrey Schools confirm Royal Oak will be removed to make way for Regent Road Elementary

Jim Foulkes says this tree, a King George Royal Oak planted circa 1939, need not be cut down to make way for the new Regent Road Elementary School on 74 Ave. in Clayton. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Cloverdale singer-songwriter to release first song with record label
Cloverdale singer-songwriter to release first song with record label
Lynn Luo and the Fei Yan Dancing Group perform “Fantastic Mood” at the 2018 Lunar New Year festival. (Black Press File)

Fraser Valley Chinese Culture Association to host eighth annual Lunar New Year gala

Gala to be held Jan. 26 at Surrey’s Bell Performing Arts Centre

Lynn Luo and the Fei Yan Dancing Group perform “Fantastic Mood” at the 2018 Lunar New Year festival. (Black Press File)
Aaron Grim (left), George Gunnik, and Bryan Grim push Morgan Grim in the team’s new bed racer down 176A Street during the 42nd annual Cloverdale Bed Race in 2019. Grim repurposed his old bed racer from 2018 into a movable chicken coop. (Black Press file photo)

Cloverdale man turns old bed racer into chicken coop

Clayton Heights’ Aaron Grim says repurposed racer ‘easy to clean and easy to collect the eggs’

Aaron Grim (left), George Gunnik, and Bryan Grim push Morgan Grim in the team’s new bed racer down 176A Street during the 42nd annual Cloverdale Bed Race in 2019. Grim repurposed his old bed racer from 2018 into a movable chicken coop. (Black Press file photo)
Cloverdale’s Precious Blood Church to host Lunar New Year festival
Cloverdale’s Precious Blood Church to host Lunar New Year festival
Hundreds of Surrey and Langley business people attended the third-annual Clovies awards dinner in April 2018. This year’s Clovies are now open for nominations. The nomination deadline is Feb. 24. (Photo: Submitted)
Hundreds of Surrey and Langley business people attended the third-annual Clovies awards dinner in April 2018. This year’s Clovies are now open for nominations. The nomination deadline is Feb. 24. (Photo: Submitted)
Cloverdale resident Sharon Bazant holds her new book “Nine Years In Bangkok: Lessons Learned.” The book, she says, chronicles her journey of heart and mind as she struggles to survive in a foreign land. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Cloverdale author pens first book

Autobiography chronicles nearly a decade spent working in Bangkok

Cloverdale resident Sharon Bazant holds her new book “Nine Years In Bangkok: Lessons Learned.” The book, she says, chronicles her journey of heart and mind as she struggles to survive in a foreign land. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
John Aldag chats about his time in office and what’s next for him. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Former MP chats about Cloverdale – Langley City, politics, and his future

John Aldag sits down for an informal chat about his time in office

John Aldag chats about his time in office and what’s next for him. (Photo: Malin Jordan)