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South Surrey site worker cited for impaired driving

South Surrey site worker cited for impaired driving

Alcohol a factor in construction-site incident in South Surrey that toppled a piece of heavy equipment.
2,000 more volunteers needed for B.C. Winter Games

2,000 more volunteers needed for B.C. Winter Games

About 500 have already signed up to help in February
Fraser River shipping could bloom without Massey Tunnel

Fraser River shipping could bloom without Massey Tunnel

Efficient ship loading may even cut unneeded truck trips: Fraser Surrey Docks CEO
Bush camp near Golden run by Surrey firm a 'disgrace'

Bush camp near Golden run by Surrey firm a 'disgrace'

Province still ducking duty to protect tree planters: Sinclair
Woman gravely injured in Surrey hit-and-run

Woman gravely injured in Surrey hit-and-run

Pedestrian clinging to life after being struck at 144 Street and 82A Avenue Monday night.
U.S. shutdown not expected to cause border gridlock

U.S. shutdown not expected to cause border gridlock

Dispute in Congress stems from Obama health reform
Energy Minister Bill Bennett issues order on BC Hydro meter fees

Energy Minister Bill Bennett issues order on BC Hydro meter fees

Fees must cover cost of reading old meters, turning radios off in smart meters and "failed installations" where technicians turned away
Former apartment managers testify in Surrey Six case

Former apartment managers testify in Surrey Six case

Ed Schellenberg serviced fireplace in suite 1505 when he was killed six years ago.
Scientists project warmer, wetter winters for B.C.

Scientists project warmer, wetter winters for B.C.

Climate change forecasts point to earlier runoff, potential summer water supply problems
Execution-style killings alleged during start of Surrey Six trial

Execution-style killings alleged during start of Surrey Six trial

Dispute over drug turf prompted gang hit, Crown contends as trial of three accused begins in B.C. Supreme Court.