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Border crossings for truckers more timely since 9/11

Border crossings for truckers more timely since 9/11

Increased security measures improved flow at Pacific Highway crossing, says former trucking manager.
Turnstiles may limit flow to future riots: TransLink

Turnstiles may limit flow to future riots: TransLink

Transit fare gates, cards may be new crowd control tools
Father, son rescue Surrey fisherman

Father, son rescue Surrey fisherman

Fraser Valley RCMP are crediting a father-son duo with saving the life of a Surrey fisherman.
Forfeiture office to assess street-racing luxury cars

Forfeiture office to assess street-racing luxury cars

After impounding 13 luxury cars that were reportedly street-racing into South Surrey last week, RCMP officers provided information to the Federal Integrated Proceeds of Crime Section and, subsequently, the BC Civil Forfeiture Office.
Metro parks plan to welcome business ventures

Metro parks plan to welcome business ventures

Services modest so far but critic wonders what's next
Night at the museum for two White Rock visitors

Night at the museum for two White Rock visitors

When Joan Dyke visited White Rock Museum & Archives with her daughter Nancy Riemersma Saturday, she planned to explore history, not make it.
B.C. deficit jumps after HST defeat

B.C. deficit jumps after HST defeat

The defeat of the harmonized sales tax has nearly tripled B.C.'s deficit forecast for the current fiscal year, doubled it for next year, and left a $458 million gap for 2013 when the B.C. Liberal government has committed to balance the budget and call an election.
Steele under fire for Campbell Order of B.C. award

Steele under fire for Campbell Order of B.C. award

Surrey councillor says her role was as president of the UBCM
UPDATE: Unknown rash shuts down Surrey SPCA

UPDATE: Unknown rash shuts down Surrey SPCA

Authorities believe the outbreak is a result of a parasitic mite that causes mange.
South Surrey barn fire threatens neighbours' homes

South Surrey barn fire threatens neighbours' homes

A late-night fire in South Surrey killed 11 chickens and destroyed an old barn Friday night, but neighbours say the potential for much greater damage was there.