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OUR VIEW: Surrey council’s RV ban is Dickensian

It’s akin to removing a dandelion with a backhoe

  • Nov 7, 2019

Property crime in Delta down, assaults up in third quarter of 2019

‘Persons offences’ have increase since last quarter, with 248 reported in July, August and September

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Premier Jason Kenney vows to fight for slumping oilpatch, responds to Quebec criticism

‘Our future is in jeopardy,’ teen environmental activist tells White Rock council

Grade 9 EMS student Kaitlyn Blair recognized for leadership role in climate protest

Mounties say there’s no agreement for Surrey RCMP, city cops to work together

Surrey Police Department officers could be working alongside Surrey Mounties by next summer, mayor says

Peace Arch Elementary students take control of school’s crosswalk

Grade 6 students participate in effort to increase pedestrian safety

Shirts, sheets, and shoes now accepted at Surrey, White Rock Return-It Depots

‘Unloved’ textiles get a second life through recycling program at 10 locations in Surrey, White Rock

No bail for alleged carjacking jewelry store robber

A judge turned down a request to release a man accused of a crime spree, awaiting trial

Surrey Greens say party wants younger leader

Federal Green Party must choose new leader now that Elizabeth May, 65, has stepped down

Legion volunteer a familiar face in South Surrey’s Ocean Park neighbourhood

George Grasdal has been selling poppies for the Legion for the past 13 years

North Delta highrise proposal heading for public hearing

The hearing for the project at 75A Avenue and Scott Road is set for Tuesday, Nov. 26

UPDATED: South Surrey RV park residents ‘up in arms’ over eviction notices

Residential Tenancy Branch investigating; park management cites ‘error’ in long-term stay permissions

VIDEO: Regional district calling on province to help remove garbage from Chilliwack homeless camp

River stewards are appealing for help with the huge mess before it’s washed away in Chilliwack River

Resident voices concern for tree loss in Surrey’s City Centre during highrise public hearing

The 25-storey Central City office tower was at council for public hearing

Surrey businesses less tangled with government red tape, survey indicates

This year 71 per cent of those surveyed said red tape had ‘moderate to major’ impact compared to 87 per cent in 2018

Surrey councillor says decision to ban sleeping in RVs on streets ‘mean-spirited’

Locke calls move ‘unnecessary,’ Elford says his support was about ‘keeping the citizens of Surrey safer’

New court date set for men charged in South Surrey shooting death of Hells Angel

Calvin Powery-Hooker and Nathan De Jong scheduled to make next appearance Dec. 5

South Surrey self-advocates help give voice to accessibility concerns

Consultation sessions address transportation, housing, employment and more

Surrey’s DIVERSEcity receives $360K from province for counselling programs

Minister of Mental Health Judy Darcy announced $10M in grants for B.C. organizations on Nov. 4

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