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Volunteers help setup an evacuation centre in Cloverdale on Sunday. (Lance Peverly/Peace Arch News)

Wildfire evacuee surprised to find Cloverdale centre closed over long weekend

Evacuee arrives at evacuation centre to closed doors, discovers it won’t re-open until Tuesday

Volunteers help setup an evacuation centre in Cloverdale on Sunday. (Lance Peverly/Peace Arch News)
Surrey house fire leaves nine homeless

Surrey house fire leaves nine homeless

Fourplex burns down, smoke alarms reportedly not in operation

Surrey house fire leaves nine homeless
A 19th century wood carving, snow shoes sit on top of a beaver pelt. (Sam Anderson)

Métis celebration at Surrey Museum draws hundreds

Last event held at museum until it re-opens after renovations in September 2018

A 19th century wood carving, snow shoes sit on top of a beaver pelt. (Sam Anderson)
Surrey students challenge community to save lives

Surrey students challenge community to save lives

‘Would you be interested in saving someone’s life?’: Volunteering for Canadian Blood Services

  • Jul 28, 2017
Surrey students challenge community to save lives
Construction will break ground on Monday, July 31. The estimated completion date for the project is September 2018. (Sam Anderson)

$15.7-million Surrey Museum expansion to begin Monday

Surrey Museum closes July 30, plans to re-open September 2018 as ‘Museum of Surrey’

Construction will break ground on Monday, July 31. The estimated completion date for the project is September 2018. (Sam Anderson)
From left: Tom Taylor, Souren Khetcho (19), Gary Sidhu (16), Nishi Parmar (15), AJ Idemudia (18), Alisha Thapar (16), Jeremiah Philips (17), Arman Turna (15), Canadian Scholarship Society president Roman Terlecki and secretary Susan Marles, John Wallace. (Sam Anderson)                                From left: Tom Taylor, Souren Khetcho (19), Gary Sidhu (16), Nishi Parmar (15), AJ Idemudia (18), Alisha Thapar (16), Jeremiah Philips (17), Arman Turna (15), Canadian Scholarship Society president Roman Terlecki and secretary Susan Marles, John Wallace. (Sam Anderson)

Junior Achievement team donates business profits to scholarship fund

Surrey students create business, sell product, turn profit and send a student to post-secondary

From left: Tom Taylor, Souren Khetcho (19), Gary Sidhu (16), Nishi Parmar (15), AJ Idemudia (18), Alisha Thapar (16), Jeremiah Philips (17), Arman Turna (15), Canadian Scholarship Society president Roman Terlecki and secretary Susan Marles, John Wallace. (Sam Anderson)                                From left: Tom Taylor, Souren Khetcho (19), Gary Sidhu (16), Nishi Parmar (15), AJ Idemudia (18), Alisha Thapar (16), Jeremiah Philips (17), Arman Turna (15), Canadian Scholarship Society president Roman Terlecki and secretary Susan Marles, John Wallace. (Sam Anderson)
Surrey Mayor Linda Hepner at Cloverdale Athletic Park, announcing the City of Surrey’s $3.7-million contribution to the revitalization of the park. (Sam Anderson)

$5.8 million for Cloverdale Athletic Park

Joint-funded project includes installation of new artificial turf, fieldhouse

Surrey Mayor Linda Hepner at Cloverdale Athletic Park, announcing the City of Surrey’s $3.7-million contribution to the revitalization of the park. (Sam Anderson)
Owen Hopkins, 9, cuts the ribbon at the beginning of the Survivors and Thrivers lap at Saturday’s Relay for Life event. (Sam Anderson)

Surrey Relay for Life falls $15,000 short of fundraising goal

Superheroes, survivors who united for 12-hr relay in Surrey on Saturday ask for help to reach goal

Owen Hopkins, 9, cuts the ribbon at the beginning of the Survivors and Thrivers lap at Saturday’s Relay for Life event. (Sam Anderson)