Malin Jordan

Adrian Dix, B.C.’s Minister of Health, gives a Zoom update on the new Surrey hospital to members of the Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce Jan. 21. (Image via Zoom)

Cloverdale hospital groundbreaking scheduled for summer 2023

Adrian Dix spoke to the Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce to give an update on new hospital for Surrey

Adrian Dix, B.C.’s Minister of Health, gives a Zoom update on the new Surrey hospital to members of the Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce Jan. 21. (Image via Zoom)
A barrel racer is seen at the Cloverdale Rodeo. The Rodeo Association announced late Jan. 19 that the 2022 Cloverdale Rodeo has been cancelled. (Photo courtesy Cloverdale Rodeo)

2022 Cloverdale Rodeo cancelled

Rodeo Association to focus on holding Country Fair-only event

A barrel racer is seen at the Cloverdale Rodeo. The Rodeo Association announced late Jan. 19 that the 2022 Cloverdale Rodeo has been cancelled. (Photo courtesy Cloverdale Rodeo)
Abreast in a Boat is an organization of dragon boat teams, five in Metro Vancouver, with the goal of raising awareness about breast cancer and to demonstrate that those who have been diagnosed can lead full and active lives. (Photo submitted: Neoma Ham)

Fort Langley-based Abreast With FORTitude dragon boat team looking for new members

Dragon boaters to resume training in April after two-year, COVID-caused hiatus

Abreast in a Boat is an organization of dragon boat teams, five in Metro Vancouver, with the goal of raising awareness about breast cancer and to demonstrate that those who have been diagnosed can lead full and active lives. (Photo submitted: Neoma Ham)
A vehicle crashed into Wendy’s on Hwy 10 in Cloverdale Jan. 17. (Photo: April White)

PICTURES: Car crashes into Wendy’s in Cloverdale

Vehicle drove into dining area at about 10:30 in the morning

A vehicle crashed into Wendy’s on Hwy 10 in Cloverdale Jan. 17. (Photo: April White)
Former Cloverdale youth pastor Samuel Emerson’s appeal of his sexual assault conviction was dismissed by the B.C. Court of Appeal Jan. 11. (File photos)

B.C. Court of Appeal dismisses former Cloverdale youth pastor’s recent appeal

Samuel Emerson was convicted of sexual assault in 2019 and sentenced in Oct. 2020

Former Cloverdale youth pastor Samuel Emerson’s appeal of his sexual assault conviction was dismissed by the B.C. Court of Appeal Jan. 11. (File photos)
An uncleared sidewalk is seen in Cloverdale. Cloverdale resident Ross MacDonald says the City of Surrey needs to be more proactive in removing snow from the sidewalks and greenspace pathways that the city is responsible for clearing. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Senior unhappy that greenspace pathways and surrounding sidewalks not cleared of snow

‘It’s been like this for a couple of weeks’

An uncleared sidewalk is seen in Cloverdale. Cloverdale resident Ross MacDonald says the City of Surrey needs to be more proactive in removing snow from the sidewalks and greenspace pathways that the city is responsible for clearing. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Health Minister Adrian Dix is seen in December, 2019 after announcing that a new hospital will be built in Cloverdale. Dix will offer an update on the new hospital Jan. 21 via Zoom. (File photo: Malin Jordan)

UPDATE: Adrian Dix to give info on new hospital in Cloverdale

Zoom webinar replaces in-person luncheon

Health Minister Adrian Dix is seen in December, 2019 after announcing that a new hospital will be built in Cloverdale. Dix will offer an update on the new hospital Jan. 21 via Zoom. (File photo: Malin Jordan)
The Cloverdale Rodeo Association recently held a general meeting Jan. 5 to update its membership on a few key issues. (Image via Twitter: @Paradeguy/Paul Orazietti)

Cloverdale Rodeo may be cancelled for third year in a row

Association president Gerry Spielmacher cites problems with Stetson Bowl

The Cloverdale Rodeo Association recently held a general meeting Jan. 5 to update its membership on a few key issues. (Image via Twitter: @Paradeguy/Paul Orazietti)
B.C. Electric Railway memorabilia is seen on display at the Museum of Surrey as part of a past Community Treasurers exhibit. The museum is now accepting applications for new exhibits. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Museum of Surrey accepting applications for new Community Treasures exhibits

Community Treasurers are collaborative exhibits

B.C. Electric Railway memorabilia is seen on display at the Museum of Surrey as part of a past Community Treasurers exhibit. The museum is now accepting applications for new exhibits. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
The site for the proposed “Cloverdale Sport & Ice Complex” on the Fairgrounds. (Image via surrey.ca)

More than $50M has been allocated over the next three years for a ‘Sport & Ice Complex’ in Cloverdale

Five-year financial plan budgets $32M in 2022, $13M in 2023, and $10M in 2024

The site for the proposed “Cloverdale Sport & Ice Complex” on the Fairgrounds. (Image via surrey.ca)
Cloverdale’s Lowan Le Bris (left), Surrey’s Peter Velonas, and Delta’s Isaiah Gill all recently qualified for Judo Canada’s Elite Eight Nationals tournament in Edmonton. The tournament was recently postponed because of COVID, but will run later in the year. (Photos submitted: Jeremy Le Bris)

A trio of Surrey-area judo athletes are among the best in Canada

Judo athletes qualify for nationals

Cloverdale’s Lowan Le Bris (left), Surrey’s Peter Velonas, and Delta’s Isaiah Gill all recently qualified for Judo Canada’s Elite Eight Nationals tournament in Edmonton. The tournament was recently postponed because of COVID, but will run later in the year. (Photos submitted: Jeremy Le Bris)
Workers from BC Plant Health Care use a tree chipping machine. The company will be chipping trees by donation at the Cloverdale Community Kitchen Jan. 8 with all proceeds going to support the Kitchen. (Photo submitted: BC Plant Health Care)

Cloverdale Community Kitchen to host tree-chipping day

Event kicks off Coldest Night of the Year fundraising drive

Workers from BC Plant Health Care use a tree chipping machine. The company will be chipping trees by donation at the Cloverdale Community Kitchen Jan. 8 with all proceeds going to support the Kitchen. (Photo submitted: BC Plant Health Care)
Mark Watson, CEO of ABI Wellness, is seen with Clayton, a man who benefitted from ABI’s innovative brain health recovery program. (Photo submitted: Mark Watson)

Company using innovative ways to heal brain injuries

ABI Wellness focuses on improving a patient’s quality of life after a brain injury

Mark Watson, CEO of ABI Wellness, is seen with Clayton, a man who benefitted from ABI’s innovative brain health recovery program. (Photo submitted: Mark Watson)
Scott Wheatley, executive director of the Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce, uses the iShopCloverdale app. The Chamber is rebranding the coupon app as iShopSurrey and is expanding the program. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Chamber to rebrand coupon app as iShopSurrey

Cloverdale Chamber received $20,000 from Shop Local B.C.

Scott Wheatley, executive director of the Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce, uses the iShopCloverdale app. The Chamber is rebranding the coupon app as iShopSurrey and is expanding the program. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Sienna Simms (clockwise from top left), Regan Arlitt, Madison McPeake, and Sienna Grandia helped install this “free” pantry in Clayton. The girls, all 1st Clover Ridge Pathfinders, installed two pantries in the area with the help of the United Way’s Sabrina Melhorn. (Photo submitted: Sherri McPeake)

Girls from the 1st Clover Ridge Pathfinders install free food pantries in Clayton

Pathfinders help put up two free food pantries in Clayton Heights

Sienna Simms (clockwise from top left), Regan Arlitt, Madison McPeake, and Sienna Grandia helped install this “free” pantry in Clayton. The girls, all 1st Clover Ridge Pathfinders, installed two pantries in the area with the help of the United Way’s Sabrina Melhorn. (Photo submitted: Sherri McPeake)
Bill Haggerty stand in his music shop, Elevated Music, with his 2021 Clovie Award. Haggerty won the award for Young Entrepreneur of the Year. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Music shop owner chats about life, music, and his recent Clovie Award win

Bill Haggerty is thankful to everyone who has supported Elevated Music

Bill Haggerty stand in his music shop, Elevated Music, with his 2021 Clovie Award. Haggerty won the award for Young Entrepreneur of the Year. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Sachin Latti hands Legion representatives a cheque for $20,900 in Cloverdale Dec. 16. (Photo submitted: Bryan Lutz, Royal Canadian Legion)

Canada Border Services Agency officer raises more than $20K for B.C. Legion

Money to be used to support vets suffering from PTSD

Sachin Latti hands Legion representatives a cheque for $20,900 in Cloverdale Dec. 16. (Photo submitted: Bryan Lutz, Royal Canadian Legion)
Waceya Metis Society president Kelly Sears stands in Waceya’s new office in Cloverdale. The groups location will serve Metis in Surrey, Langley, White Rock and Delta. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Waceya Metis Society opens its doors in Cloverdale

Society to serve community needs in Surrey, White Rock, Langley, and Delta

Waceya Metis Society president Kelly Sears stands in Waceya’s new office in Cloverdale. The groups location will serve Metis in Surrey, Langley, White Rock and Delta. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Vehicles wind their way through many Cloverdale neighbourhoods Dec. 11 for the second annual Citizen Santa Parade. (Photo submitted: Spencer Montgomery)

Second annual Citizen Santa Parade rolls through Cloverdale

Parade collected donations for flood victims, Loveabull Rescue Society, and B.C. Children’s

Vehicles wind their way through many Cloverdale neighbourhoods Dec. 11 for the second annual Citizen Santa Parade. (Photo submitted: Spencer Montgomery)
A barrel racer is seen at the Cloverdale Rodeo in this undated image. Mike Starchuk recently announced several Surrey events will receive thousands of dollars in government funding, including the Cloverdale Rodeo. (Photo courtesy Cloverdale Rodeo)

Surrey events to get recovery cash

Twenty Surrey events to receive piece of $30M government ‘recovery funding’ pie

A barrel racer is seen at the Cloverdale Rodeo in this undated image. Mike Starchuk recently announced several Surrey events will receive thousands of dollars in government funding, including the Cloverdale Rodeo. (Photo courtesy Cloverdale Rodeo)