Tom Zytaruk

UPDATE: Two women escape dramatic Surrey crash with minor injuries

Witness says Jaws of Life used to free two trapped in car. Victims treated for soft tissue injuries.

Surrey Mayor says proposed campaign donation limits seem ‘reasonable’

NDP says campaign finance reforms “putting people at the centre of community politics and decisions.”

Surrey RCMP not confirming or denying investigation in sex assault allegation

Media reported allegation girl, 13, was sexually assaulted at Newton Wave Pool on Friday afternoon.

Tuesday saw typical Halloween night in Surrey

Police are reporting no major crimes from Tuesday night, which saw 375 calls for service.

Surrey’s Anne Peterson named to B.C. advisory forum on poverty

Its 27 members will help develop the province’s first poverty reduction strategy

Surrey RCMP stats say criminal code offences are down 12 per cent

That’s comparing the first three quarters of this year to the same period last year

Surrey residents to get say on raising of minimum wage

The provincial Fair Wages Commission is looking for input

Report aims to help refugees find jobs in Surrey, Abbotsford

Some 5,820 refugees settled in B.C. as a result of Syria’s civil war, mostly in Surrey and Abbotsford

Surrey man convicted of drug and gun-related crimes

Crimes related to a methamphetamine smuggling operation between here and New Zealand.

Surrey school district needs help to fight vandalism

The district spent $317,052 to repair vandalism last year.

Former Surrey MP Gurmant Grewal running for BC Liberal leadership

Grewal says he’s running on an ‘experienced, successful’ track record

TRASHED: Tackling Surrey’s problem with illegal dumping

SECOND IN A SERIES: Efforts to try to keep the City of Parks clean

Woman, child taken to hospital after three-car crash in Surrey

Police say crash at 176th Street and 88th Avenue this morning involved three cars

Surrey council to vote on Hawthorne Park’s fate Nov. 6

Vote is on controversial plan to run road through park in the north end of the city.

Surrey’s Andrew Crawford, 17, is B.C.’s ‘Air Cadet of the Year’

He will help lay wreaths at the National War Memorial cenotaph in Ottawa on Remembrance Day

ICBC says 25 per cent more traffic crashes on Halloween

It works out to 330 people injured in 920 crashes across the province.

TRASHED: Surrey’s dirty little secret has one woman fed up

FIRST IN A SERIES: Surrey’s got a big problem with illegal dumping and one resident has had enough

Surrey MP looking for Canada 150 Community Award nominees

Deadline is November 23rd. Winners will receive a medal.

Police warn of ‘virtual kidnapping’ scam

The targets are generally female Chinese nationals.