Tom Zytaruk

Surrey Food Bank boss Feezah Jaffer on Cheerios box

It’s part of a General Mills campaign honouring food bank heroes

Appeal court overturns Surrey sexual assault acquittal, orders new trial

Appeal court judge says Surrey court failed to consider evidence of ‘passive dishonesty’

B.C.’s justice system in ‘triage,’ attorney general says

David Eby spoke in a “digital town hall” meeting hosted on Wednesday by the Surrey Board of Trade, via Zoom

City governments to get more power over patio approval, attorney general says

Eby noted liquor stores have seen a “dramatic increase” in sales during the pandemic

Annis wants national PPE ‘centre of excellence’ set up in Surrey

Surrey councillor also calling on city to permit restaurants to build or expand on existing patios

There’s help for Surrey businesses to set up their safety plan to re-open

Chris Back of WorkSafeBC tackled some finer points Tuesday during a ‘digital town hall’ hosted by the Surrey Board of Trade

Four arrested after report of shot fired in Bridgeview

The Surrey RCMP were called to the 12900-block of 111th Avenue at about 3:30 p.m. Monday

Surrey panel tackles re-opening for business in the wake of COVID-19

Four business leaders who’ve weathered trying times offer their advice

Surrey Mounties looking for owner of more than 200 seized packs of cigarettes

Police seized roughly 200 packs of “suspected” stolen cigarettes in Newton on April 17

B.C.’s mental health minister reminds Surrey there’s ‘light at the end of the tunnel’

There’s ‘virtual’ help for everyone, Judy Darcy tells Surrey digital audience. But things have taken dire turn on opioid crisis front

Appeal court orders new trial for Surrey chiropractor who was convicted of fraud

Higher court found Surrey judge put burden on the accused to prove his innocence

Surrey’s first quarter financial report forecasts budget shortfall up to $42 million

This in on account of the pandemic, council was told

Surrey pursuing zero waste to landfill strategy

City aims to be Canada’s first ‘zero waste to landfill’ community

Surrey Council Code of Conduct gets final nod on five-yes, four-no vote

The bylaw establishes expectations for ethical conduct for the politicians

Boy, age 14, who was missing in Surrey found safe

Arnav Naphar had been reported missing

New poll indicates 83 per cent of Surreyites say now not the time to replace RCMP

This is second survey National Police Federation commissioned from Pollara Strategic Insights in recent months

Surrey councillor says city wasted nearly $42K fighting Uber in court

‘We shouldn’t have found ourself in that situation to begin with,’ Linda Annis says

Drugs, weapons, cash seized in Newton

Two men and two women were arrested but charges have not been laid

No confirmed cases of COVID-19 at Surrey Pretrial, government says

Same goes for any of B.C.’s 10 provincial correctional centres

Labour minister says B.C. in “relatively good position” to rebound from pandemic

Surrey-Newton MLA Harry Bains spoke in ‘digital town hall’ meeting via Zoom on Wednesday