Malin Jordan

Tony Lyons and members of the Clayton Heights high school rugby program shovelled snow in the morning Nov. 30 to get the school ready for classes. (Photo submitted: Tony Lyons)

Rugby players lend a hand and a shovel

Kids went to school early to shovel snow

Tony Lyons and members of the Clayton Heights high school rugby program shovelled snow in the morning Nov. 30 to get the school ready for classes. (Photo submitted: Tony Lyons)
Paul Orazietti sits down for a coffee to chat about his recent run at municipal office. Although he didn’t get elected, he says the experience was both exciting and inspiring—and he plans to run again. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

BIA executive director chats about his recent run at city council

Paul Orazietti reveals what inspired him to put his name forward in the last election

Paul Orazietti sits down for a coffee to chat about his recent run at municipal office. Although he didn’t get elected, he says the experience was both exciting and inspiring—and he plans to run again. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
A massive Christmas display lights up the night in Cloverdale. As part of the display, the homeowners are collecting donations for the Fraser Valley Regional Food Bank. (Photo submitted: Andrea Bonneteau)

Massive Christmas display lights up the night in Cloverdale

Homeowners collecting donations for the Fraser Valley Regional Food Bank

A massive Christmas display lights up the night in Cloverdale. As part of the display, the homeowners are collecting donations for the Fraser Valley Regional Food Bank. (Photo submitted: Andrea Bonneteau)
Santa and Mrs. Claus, elves, and the Museum of Surrey mascot kick off the annual Christmas Tree Festival at the museum in 2019. This year the Christmas tree fest began Nov. 26. (Photo submitted: Kristyl Clark)

Christmas Tree Festival illuminates Museum of Surrey

Museum-goers could win gift card

Santa and Mrs. Claus, elves, and the Museum of Surrey mascot kick off the annual Christmas Tree Festival at the museum in 2019. This year the Christmas tree fest began Nov. 26. (Photo submitted: Kristyl Clark)
A women is seen at the 4th annual Stalew Craft Fair at the Museum of Surrey in 2021. (Photo submitted: Chung Chow)

Christmas Craft Market returns to Museum of Surrey

Fifth annual stɑlə̓w̓ Market set for Dec. 3

A women is seen at the 4th annual Stalew Craft Fair at the Museum of Surrey in 2021. (Photo submitted: Chung Chow)
Surrey Beaver Andrew McIntyre dives in for a try against the Squamish Axemen Nov. 19 at Sullivan Heights Park. (Photo submitted: Brett Craig)

Beavers chop Axemen

Surrey downs Squamish in comeback win

Surrey Beaver Andrew McIntyre dives in for a try against the Squamish Axemen Nov. 19 at Sullivan Heights Park. (Photo submitted: Brett Craig)
The Lord Tweedsmuir Grade 8 football team is seen in playoff action against Vancouver College Nov. 15. The Panthers lost to the Fighting Irish 36-6 that day, but despite the loss LT head coach Frank Paulicelli says the Grade 8s had a successful season. (Photo submitted)

Lord Tweedsmuir football coaches happy with season, despite early playoff exit for all three squads

‘Lots to build on’ after Grade 8, junior, and senior team all qualify for playoffs

The Lord Tweedsmuir Grade 8 football team is seen in playoff action against Vancouver College Nov. 15. The Panthers lost to the Fighting Irish 36-6 that day, but despite the loss LT head coach Frank Paulicelli says the Grade 8s had a successful season. (Photo submitted)
The 2022 Surrey Santa Parade of Lights is set to roll Dec. 4. The event is returning after a two-year hiatus and will travel along a slightly shorter route than it has in the past. (Image via Google Maps)

Surrey Santa Parade of Lights set for Dec. 4

Parade will travel shorter route than in other years

The 2022 Surrey Santa Parade of Lights is set to roll Dec. 4. The event is returning after a two-year hiatus and will travel along a slightly shorter route than it has in the past. (Image via Google Maps)
Merrick Garcia carries the ball for the Cloverdale Community Football Association’s Atom Tigers as his team battled the White Rock Titans in the VMFL playoff semifinal at Cloverdale Athletic Park Nov. 20. The Tigers won the game 48-16 and now play in the league final Nov. 27 at McLeod Athletic Park. (Photo submitted: Stephanie Martens)

Cloverdale flag football team in VMFL final Nov. 27

CCFA Atom Tigers downed White Rock Titans 48-16

Merrick Garcia carries the ball for the Cloverdale Community Football Association’s Atom Tigers as his team battled the White Rock Titans in the VMFL playoff semifinal at Cloverdale Athletic Park Nov. 20. The Tigers won the game 48-16 and now play in the league final Nov. 27 at McLeod Athletic Park. (Photo submitted: Stephanie Martens)
The annual Ladies’ Night Out shopping event will return to downtown Cloverdale along 176th Street Dec. 1. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Ladies’ Night Out to return to Cloverdale

Popular shopping event set for 5 - 9 p.m. Dec. 1

The annual Ladies’ Night Out shopping event will return to downtown Cloverdale along 176th Street Dec. 1. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Lumagica returns to the Cloverdale Fairgrounds Nov. 25 and runs until Dec. 30. (Photo: submitted)

Lumagica light festival returns to Cloverdale Fairgrounds

Festival kicks off Nov. 25, runs to Dec. 30

Lumagica returns to the Cloverdale Fairgrounds Nov. 25 and runs until Dec. 30. (Photo: submitted)
Alan Clegg accepts the Clovie award for Citizenship Excellence at the seventh annual Clovies gala Nov. 16 at Hazelmere Golf and Tennis Club. The Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce handed out an array of awards that night. Clegg’s Citizenship Excellence award recognized an individual who made “outstanding contributions to the well-being of the community through their commitment and dedication.” (Photo: Michael Gladkey / Gladkey Photography)

Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce names 2022 Clovie winners at gala dinner

Surrey’s most prestigious business awards handed out Nov. 16 at Hazelmere GTC

Alan Clegg accepts the Clovie award for Citizenship Excellence at the seventh annual Clovies gala Nov. 16 at Hazelmere Golf and Tennis Club. The Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce handed out an array of awards that night. Clegg’s Citizenship Excellence award recognized an individual who made “outstanding contributions to the well-being of the community through their commitment and dedication.” (Photo: Michael Gladkey / Gladkey Photography)
Jen Temple says three toy drives are planned to support the Cloverdale Community Kitchen’s Christmas Hamper program, two of which will be held at Hillcrest Village Shopping Centre on the Fraser Hwy. (Image submitted: Jen Temple)

‘Huge increase in need’ for the Cloverdale Christmas Hamper program

Three-pronged toy drive planned to support hamper program

Jen Temple says three toy drives are planned to support the Cloverdale Community Kitchen’s Christmas Hamper program, two of which will be held at Hillcrest Village Shopping Centre on the Fraser Hwy. (Image submitted: Jen Temple)
Dick Deck, World War II airman and former POW, is accompanied by Earle Fraser from the Cloverdale Legion to the cenotaph in Veterans’ Square Nov. 11, 2022. Deck laid a wreath on behalf of all prisoners of war. (Photo: Jason Sveinson)

WWII airman, 101, lays wreath at Cloverdale Cenotaph

Dick Deck was a POW for several months in 1945

Dick Deck, World War II airman and former POW, is accompanied by Earle Fraser from the Cloverdale Legion to the cenotaph in Veterans’ Square Nov. 11, 2022. Deck laid a wreath on behalf of all prisoners of war. (Photo: Jason Sveinson)
A small crowd gathered at cenotaph in Port Kells Nov. 11. (Photo submitted: Greg MacRae)

Handful of people gathered at Port Kells Cenotaph Nov. 11

Port Kells Cenotaph erected by ‘once robust’ community association

A small crowd gathered at cenotaph in Port Kells Nov. 11. (Photo submitted: Greg MacRae)
Dick Deck, World War II airman and former POW, is accompanied by Earle Fraser from the Cloverdale Legion to the cenotaph in Veterans’ Square Nov. 11, 2022. Deck laid a wreath on behalf of all prisoners of war. (Photo: Jason Sveinson)

Crowds return for Cloverdale’s Remembrance Day service in Veterans’ Square

101-year-old former POW Dick Deck lays wreath at Cloverdale Cenotaph

Dick Deck, World War II airman and former POW, is accompanied by Earle Fraser from the Cloverdale Legion to the cenotaph in Veterans’ Square Nov. 11, 2022. Deck laid a wreath on behalf of all prisoners of war. (Photo: Jason Sveinson)
Artist’s rendering of what the new Cloverdale hospital may look like. (Image via Fraser Health)

Fraser Health wants feedback on new Cloverdale hospital

Fraser Health now offering six avenues for Surreyites to provide input

Artist’s rendering of what the new Cloverdale hospital may look like. (Image via Fraser Health)
The Christmas Store at Potters Nursery is now open. Billed as “Western Canada’s largest Christmas store,” the retail area covers 28,000 square feet. (Photo submitted: Potters)

Potters Nursery Christmas store opens

Store has more than 50,000 ornaments among many other items

The Christmas Store at Potters Nursery is now open. Billed as “Western Canada’s largest Christmas store,” the retail area covers 28,000 square feet. (Photo submitted: Potters)
Trucks roll through Cloverdale Dec. 1, 2019 for the 14th annual Surrey Santa Parade of Lights. The 15th Santa Parade will take place Dec. 4 after a two-year, COVID-caused hiatus. (Photo: Olivia Johnson)

Surrey Santa Parade of Lights to return

Cloverdale parade to run Dec. 4; back after two-year hiatus

Trucks roll through Cloverdale Dec. 1, 2019 for the 14th annual Surrey Santa Parade of Lights. The 15th Santa Parade will take place Dec. 4 after a two-year, COVID-caused hiatus. (Photo: Olivia Johnson)
Lord Tweedsmuir cornerback Rajwant Pannu snags an errant throw off an attempted flea-flicker Nov. 8 in a Grade 8 football quarterfinal playoff game against Heritage Park. Pannu returned the ball 15 yards and the Panthers scored their first touchdown of the game on the ensuing series of downs. Tweedsmuir won the game 38-20. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Three Lord Tweedsmuir football teams in playoffs this week

Grade 8s win at home; JV and SV teams on road

Lord Tweedsmuir cornerback Rajwant Pannu snags an errant throw off an attempted flea-flicker Nov. 8 in a Grade 8 football quarterfinal playoff game against Heritage Park. Pannu returned the ball 15 yards and the Panthers scored their first touchdown of the game on the ensuing series of downs. Tweedsmuir won the game 38-20. (Photo: Malin Jordan)