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North Delta teacher-librarian tells the story of a Cambodian refugee she keeps in touch with.
Gro-Carts Mobile Garden project aims to educate as well as feed.
Alzheimer Society to honour Czorny Centre founder Marilyn Stewart at May 1 Alzheimer Walk.
North Delta Maker Lab imagines the future with 3D printing and laser cutting.
In addition to receiving basic necessities, newcomers in need find friendship and learn basic skills at the Muslim Food Bank.
Surrey Football Club launches Adapted Soccer program for kids with developmental disabilities.
Surrey Beavers edge Bayside Sharks' top men's rugby club 39-7 to claim the Onion Cup title.
Students organized school's first blood donation drive March 9.
Volunteers from cancelled program getting back in their cars.
In love and war, Gerry Gaudet made good on a promise to his fiancée Irene: He came home.
Howie is retiring as Lynn Jensen’s guide dog – but she’s not letting him go.
Graeme Patterson’s Secret Citadel exhibition at the Surrey Art Gallery explores childhood memories and friendships.
Surrey Food Bank clients find warmth and companionship at the Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre.
A North Delta student visits war sites in Europe where her great-grandfather did battle a century ago.
Studio seventy three in Surrey provides new space for artists with developmental disabilities and acquired brain injuries.
Potter's House of Horrors is a total nightmare – for your Halloween pleasure.
Surrey photographer Christopher Herwig’s book has a title that says it all: Soviet Bus Stops.
No power for four days means loss of all perishables; corporate donors step up to help.
A South Surrey actress takes part in Shakespeare’s most violent play turned on its ear at the Vancouver Fringe Festival.
A South Surrey author publishes business lessons learned from the scrublands of Africa.