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School board plans to hire 161 new staff for the fall
MLAs voice their concerns over rising enrolment and inadequate funding.
School districts across B.C. to share $25 million.
$100 million announced for six new capital projects in the district.
North Surrey Learning Centre students pen words of encouragement to aboriginal youth in crisis.
Surrey couple makes harrowing escape from Fort McMurray wildfire.
Trustees want new development in fast-growing regions of the city put on hold until more funding flows in.
The RCMP's two helicopters provide a unique – and valuable – perspective in support of officers on the ground.
Hundreds of firefighters and community members turned out Sunday to pay their final respects to 32-year veteran Randy Piticco.
Surrey Salvation Army’s annual campaign is in full swing; supports families at Christmas and year-round.
Bill McNamara adds World Police and Fire Games Hall of Fame Induction to haul of 51 medals.
Public is reminded to not leave dogs in vehicles on hot days.
French government gives pair of 92-year-olds the country's highest decoration.
Surrey RCMP pay their respects to slain Alberta Const. David Wynn, who was laid to rest today.
Cairn at main detachment honours the local officers who have died in the line of duty.
Paralympian Ashley Gowanlock speaks to kids about making a difference locally and globally.
First responders and guests honour those who perished in terrorist attacks in the U.S.
Show supporting prevention and education coincides with World Suicide Prevention Day Sept. 10.
Ruptures in Arrival runs until June 15 at the Surrey Art Gallery.
Programs for mechanics, railway conductors and forklift operators will open in 2014.