Surrey

The McDonald’s restaurant opening in Surrey in 1967. (Photo: Roy Houghton Photographic Studio Collection/Surrey Archives)

SURREY NOW & THEN: Roy Houghton photographed thousands of people, events from ’50s to ’70s

Now stored at Surrey Archives, Houghton’s large collection of photos is subject of a talk May 12

The McDonald’s restaurant opening in Surrey in 1967. (Photo: Roy Houghton Photographic Studio Collection/Surrey Archives)
Items seized by CFSEU-BC in Surrey, Langley and Burnaby. (Photo: CFSEU-BC)

Cops seize 31,135 lethal doses of fentanyl in Surrey, Langley and Burnaby

Guns, cash, vehicles and other drugs and weapons were also seized in month-long campaign led by CFSEU-BC

Items seized by CFSEU-BC in Surrey, Langley and Burnaby. (Photo: CFSEU-BC)
Surrey RCMP Sgt. Elenore Sturko has put her law-enforcement career on hold to be the BC Liberals candidate for the Surrey South seat vacated by Stephanie Cadieux. (Contributed photo)

Face of Surrey RCMP taking run at Surrey South seat for BC Liberals

Elenore Sturko announced her bid Thursday morning

Surrey RCMP Sgt. Elenore Sturko has put her law-enforcement career on hold to be the BC Liberals candidate for the Surrey South seat vacated by Stephanie Cadieux. (Contributed photo)
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Coast Salish drummers Bernadette Williams and August Williams perform a welcome song at Cloverdale Traditional School May 3 during a 100th-anniversary celebration for the longest continuously used school site in Surrey. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Cloverdale Traditional School hosts 100th-anniversary celebration

Cloverdale Traditional latest in long line of schools at same location

Coast Salish drummers Bernadette Williams and August Williams perform a welcome song at Cloverdale Traditional School May 3 during a 100th-anniversary celebration for the longest continuously used school site in Surrey. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Former South Surrey resident Darryl Gagnon, 48, is hoping for a live-donor kidney transplant. (Contributed photo)

Live donor sought for former South Surrey man with failing kidneys

Darryl Gagnon, 48, wants to live to see his grandkids

Former South Surrey resident Darryl Gagnon, 48, is hoping for a live-donor kidney transplant. (Contributed photo)
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Surrey teacher reprimanded for angrily telling her class a student was failing

Teacher regulatory body document states Jasmine Kaur also ‘pulled on’ the student’s arm

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Surrey students volunteer for the Cloverdale Rodeo. The Cloverdale Rodeo Youth Initiative Foundation is again awarding scholarships to Surrey students who spend their time volunteering. The deadline for applications is May 30. (Photo submitted)

Thousands in scholarship money once again available to Surrey students

Cloverdale Rodeo Youth Initiative Foundation offering scholarships, deadline is May 30

Surrey students volunteer for the Cloverdale Rodeo. The Cloverdale Rodeo Youth Initiative Foundation is again awarding scholarships to Surrey students who spend their time volunteering. The deadline for applications is May 30. (Photo submitted)
Last summer Jim Trimble enjoyed a beverage on the patio of the Fleetwood-area retirement condo he shared with his wife, Pat Trimble. (Photo: Tom Zillich)

Cancer claims Surrey’s ‘Diamond’ Jim Trimble, who loved to entertain crowds later in life

He won awards for work to establish The Vaudevillians troupe and Naked Stage theatre company

Last summer Jim Trimble enjoyed a beverage on the patio of the Fleetwood-area retirement condo he shared with his wife, Pat Trimble. (Photo: Tom Zillich)
Minaret at Newton’s Surrey Jamea Masjod mosque. (File photo Tom Zytaruk).

Water-throwing outside Surrey mosque not racially-motivated hate crime, cops say

Surrey RCMP not releasing details on motive. Suspects part of Muslim community

Minaret at Newton’s Surrey Jamea Masjod mosque. (File photo Tom Zytaruk).
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II collects flowers and good wishes during a walkabout to celebrates her 90th birthday in Windsor, England, Thursday, April, 21, 2016. This month, South Surrey-White Rock MP Kerry-Lynne Findlay is seeking nominations for a Platinum Jubilee medal to honour residents who’ve made an outstanding contribution and celebrate the Queen’s 70-year reign. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant, File)

South Surrey-White Rock MP seeking nominations for Platinum Jubilee medal

Kerry-Lynne Findlay commissioned award to mark 70th anniversary of Queen’s accession to throne

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II collects flowers and good wishes during a walkabout to celebrates her 90th birthday in Windsor, England, Thursday, April, 21, 2016. This month, South Surrey-White Rock MP Kerry-Lynne Findlay is seeking nominations for a Platinum Jubilee medal to honour residents who’ve made an outstanding contribution and celebrate the Queen’s 70-year reign. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant, File)
One person was taken to hospital after crews responded to reports of a stabbing in the 9500-block of Prince Charles Boulevard early Monday (May 2, 2022). (Shane MacKichan photo)

One to hospital following reported stabbing in Surrey

Crews responded to 9500-block of Prince Charles Avenue early Monday

One person was taken to hospital after crews responded to reports of a stabbing in the 9500-block of Prince Charles Boulevard early Monday (May 2, 2022). (Shane MacKichan photo)
Surrey RCMP say race was not a factor after a pedestrain was nearly struck by a driver outside a mosque April 27. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward

RCMP in Surrey say incident at mosque not a racially-motivated hate crime

3 pedestrians hit with water thrown from vehicle, before 1 pedestrian nearly struck

Surrey RCMP say race was not a factor after a pedestrain was nearly struck by a driver outside a mosque April 27. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward
Self-Advocates of Semiahmoo member Alexa Lehwald and Tara Wall of UNITI present at the film festival. (Contributed photo)

PHOTOS: South Surrey students host inclusion-centred film fest

H.T. Thrift Elementary leadership team aimed to spread awareness, understanding

Self-Advocates of Semiahmoo member Alexa Lehwald and Tara Wall of UNITI present at the film festival. (Contributed photo)
Surrey RCMP are investigating after waterthree pedestrians were allegedly targeted with target

Police ID suspected driver after pedestrian nearly hit in ‘disturbing’ incident outside Surrey mosque

Surrey RCMP say no arrests have been made at this time, but they’re also working to identify others involved

Surrey RCMP are investigating after waterthree pedestrians were allegedly targeted with target
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Surrey making ‘significant progress’ on permit processing times for building houses

This is according to a corporate report that came before council recently

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Statue of Lady Justice at B.C. Supreme Court in New Westminster. (File photo: Tom Zytaruk)

Surrey man sentenced to 3.5 years for sex assault, forcible confinement

Floyd Broxton Peart’s criminal record – consisting of 46 convictions – dates back to 1999

Statue of Lady Justice at B.C. Supreme Court in New Westminster. (File photo: Tom Zytaruk)
A crane operator is lowered to the ground during a high-angle rescue operation carried out in White Rock Thursday. (Brenda Anderson photo)

Crews rescue worker from construction crane in White Rock

Paramedics, firefighters from White Rock and Surrey respond to medical emergency

A crane operator is lowered to the ground during a high-angle rescue operation carried out in White Rock Thursday. (Brenda Anderson photo)
A “For lease” sign outside 104 Avenue Centre in Surrey, on the Whalley/Guildford border, in January. (File photo: Tom Zillich)

Surrey’s long-vacant 104 Avenue building is ‘fully leased,’ and a new owner has the keys

By fall, tenants could include a grocery store, doctors’ offices, daycare, colleges and more, according to Kuldeep Bansal

A “For lease” sign outside 104 Avenue Centre in Surrey, on the Whalley/Guildford border, in January. (File photo: Tom Zillich)
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Surrey Board of Trade weighs in on street crime as business issue

‘We know that repeat offenders cause businesses and the public distress,’ says Anita Huberman, CEO of the board

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