Tom Zytaruk

How fallen Surrey Mountie’s Stetson ended up in Europe puzzles police

Constable Terry Draginda’s hat is repatriated after being found at a flea market in Hamburg, Germany

Surrey public event to explore transition from RCMP to city police force

Surrey Board of Trade continuing its ‘Hot Topic Dialogue Series’ with this issue, on Tuesday Jan. 29

FOCUS: Canada’s revamped impaired driving law brews ‘potential for injustice’

There must be ‘trigger’ for cops to come knocking, Surrey MP says

Surrey needs 350 more cops, activist tells council

‘Right now we are 350 police behind what our population requires,’ politicians are told

FOCUS: Cloverdale group putting Surrey city council ‘to the test’

‘We need to see more infrastructure starting up,’ Mike Bola says

Surrey child molester gets two years in prison

The court heard the man molested the girl when she was ages nine to 11

Dix says government ‘will have more to say’ and ‘soon’ about second hospital for Surrey

Provincial Health Minister Adrian Dix otherwise provided little detail Tuesday at press conference

Human rights complaint lodged by transgender woman against Surrey spa revisited

Complainant, known only as JY, withdrew it. Respondents applied to have it re-opened

Two men charged after shots fired at Surrey house

Surrey RCMP say Christopher Boucher, 30, and Jamie Tibbs, 42 face seven criminal charges

Surrey woman wins whopping $39.5 million, plans to leave Surrey

Michelle De Roma says she wants to travel to Rome with her mother

ICBC found liable for Surrey hit-and-run crash

Judge found the driver whose vehicle was struck did everything reasonable to find the culprit

Hooray for Surrey’s first baby, 2019

Jerik Papequash first baby born at SMH in 2019, clocking in at 12:19 a.m. on New Year’s Day

No criminal impaired driving charges laid at Surrey roadblocks on New Year’s Eve

Surrey RCMP officer says that’s ‘great to see’

Surrey RCMP seeking witnesses to pedestrian crash

Traffic crash in Newton on Saturday left a woman, 58, with life-threatening injuries

Surrey in 2018: Comings and goings

The past year saw some longtime businesses in Surrey shutter their doors

Surrey firefighters snuff fire at abandoned, boarded-up house

Nobody hurt in Monday morning blaze at 133 Street and 112 Avenue in Surrey

Happy New Year, Surrey – now get ready to pay more

Like to eat? Here’s no treat: the average Canadian family is forecast to spend $411 more in groceries

YEAR IN REVIEW: Surrey stories with ‘legs’ in 2018

No more LRT, RCMP contract clipped, election fraud, Trudeau’s unwanted guest, 135A St and peacocks

SURREY 2018 IN REVIEW: The Year of the Doug

Surrey’s Mayor Doug McCallum is this city’s top newsmaker for 2018

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