Amy Reid

VIDEO: Surrey firefighters reach $1 million milestone in giving

For the first time in a single year, the Surrey Fire Fighters’ Charitable Society raised - and gave out - more than $1 million

Surrey RCMP damage ‘sophisticated’ criminal enterprise, seizing ‘Super buff’ and 60,000 doses of meth

Police believe the criminal operation was supplying drugs beyond Surrey’s borders. No arrests yet

SBOT CEO ‘disappointed’ as Surrey council moves to cut $30K from proposed grant

Council has proposed a Surrey Board of Trade grant be reduced to $10,000, after staff recommended a $40,000 grant

UPDATE: After hours evading police in tree, man arrested in Surrey

Police say the man was arrested for assault, after Surrey RCMP were called to a domestic dispute

City of Surrey asks Vancouver for help with municipal policing transition

Meantime, Surrey’s draft budget recommends hiring no RCMP officers in 2019

In split vote, Surrey council gives early nod to draft budget

Councillors Locke, Pettigrew, Hundial and Annis vote against capital program

UPDATE: Surrey RCMP say 57-year-old man has been found

Police asked the public for help locating the man

Rally planned to protest ‘postponement’ of Cloverdale ice complex

A Cloverdale arena is one of many projects set to be delayed in the City of Surrey’s draft budget

Aerial gypsy moth spraying planned in Surrey after ground sprays unsuccessful

B.C. government planning up to four applications in North Surrey between April 15 and June 30, 2019

Senior struck in Surrey while ‘not in a marked crosswalk,’ police say

It happened in the 12900-block of 64th Avenue at approximately 7 a.m. on Friday

Surrey councillor wants leases for modular homeless housing extended

Councillor Locke says she’s worried leases for temporary units will expire before permanent housing units come online

Green Timbers transitional housing project OK’d, but without shelter beds

An October planning document stated the project would include a ‘30-bed emergency shelter,’ but BC Housing says it will only be transitional housing

Surrey council denies request to allow digital billboards on moving vehicles

Staff say such advertisements would be distracting and ‘potentially pose a hazard to drivers, cyclists and pedestrians’

What might have been in Newton: BIA calls for ‘refreshed plans’ after LRT nixed

Light rail transit was more than just a mode of transportation for Newton Town Centre – LRT was going to reshape its future.

Surrey council gives green light to 218-unit housing project in Whalley

The project, at the northeast corner of 105A Avenue and 139th Street, will see 201 apartments and 17 townhouses built

UPDATE: Surrey mayor defends move to delay Cloverdale rink, other projects

Cloverdale Minor Hockey president says news of the proposed delay is ‘devastating’

Surrey RCMP ticket driver for failing to display ‘N’ after van crashes into Earls

Police don’t believe alcohol was a factor in the collision, which happened around 8:20 p.m. Sunday night

Surrey council gives early nod to proposed rental apartment building

If approved, the applicant would sign a ‘Housing Agreement’ promising 108 apartments would be rented for 20 years

Surrey foursome charged after 5,000 pieces of stolen mail seized in Calgary

Four people facing 87 fraud, theft charges after huge mail bust in Calgary

Surrey-born ‘Christmas Card Collective’ for homeless explodes in popularity

Thousands of cards donated and now, people sought to fill in the cards with heart-warming words

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