Brian Kurokawa

White Rock and South Surrey Baha’is celebrating Ridvan

White Rock Baha’is want to spread inclusiveness around the world

The White Rock Baha'is are a small religious group – with a big message of peace and equality for the Semiahmoo Peninsula

White Rock and South Surrey Baha’is celebrating Ridvan
White Rock Seniors' Computer Club member Doug Pawson leads a presentation on photo editing last month.

White Rock computer club offers seniors technical support and social stimulation

The White Rock Seniors' Computer Club has been assisting local seniors with their tech problems for almost 20 years.

White Rock Seniors' Computer Club member Doug Pawson leads a presentation on photo editing last month.

COLUMN: Question of my Canadian identity

With recent talks of immigration, what does it mean to be a Canadian?

City of Surrey to streamline liquor-licence procedures

The motion gives Surrey staff the ability to extend operating times, increase occupancy limits

Niovi Patsicakis (NDP) and Gary Hee (Independent) are candidates for the provincial election for Surrey-White Rock and Surrey South respectively

New candidates for Surrey South and White Rock

Niovi Patsicakis and Gary Hee will be running as candidates in May's provincial election.

Niovi Patsicakis (NDP) and Gary Hee (Independent) are candidates for the provincial election for Surrey-White Rock and Surrey South respectively
Paige Glazier

Team Orange to read new children’s book

Social behaviour group Team Orange will be reading their new book, The True Princess at the Grandview Indigo

Paige Glazier
People are encouraged to come down to Historic Stewart Farm to exchange their seeds with some from the farm's treasury.

Seedy Saturday invites gardeners to trade their seeds.

Historic Stewart Farm’s gardeners will be opening up their treasury of seeds, with some dating back to the 1890s.

People are encouraged to come down to Historic Stewart Farm to exchange their seeds with some from the farm's treasury.
South Surrey resident Camille Charron said he became concerned when Telus crews began topping trees on King George Boulevard near his home.

Telus says residents should be warned

A lack of communication took place between Telus and South Surrey residents along King George Boulevard.

South Surrey resident Camille Charron said he became concerned when Telus crews began topping trees on King George Boulevard near his home.
SendOutCards business owner Duette Anderson with her award.

‘Mompreneur’ recognized for business

Duette Anderson was awarded the 2017 Mompreneur Award of Merit in Ontario.

SendOutCards business owner Duette Anderson with her award.
Surrey council plans to increase the number of cab licences by 22.

More taxis planned for Surrey streets

Surrey city council approved of 22 new taxicab licenses to be issued

Surrey council plans to increase the number of cab licences by 22.