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Kathleen McMahon said she and her husband John, who has Parkinson’s disease, were at the Grandview Corners Walmart Supercentre on April 20 when a security guard made John use a shopping cart for support while McMahon was fetching their van. (Contributed photo)

‘Terror’ for disabled South Surrey senior after Walmart staff reclaim borrowed wheelchair, citing policy

Kathleen McMahon speaks out after husband is left clutching shopping cart for balance

Kathleen McMahon said she and her husband John, who has Parkinson’s disease, were at the Grandview Corners Walmart Supercentre on April 20 when a security guard made John use a shopping cart for support while McMahon was fetching their van. (Contributed photo)
Statue of Lady Justice at Vancouver courthouse. (File photo)

Judge hears Surrey political sign bylaw staff-driven, not by ‘animus,’ council or mayor

Lawyer representing Surrey argues constitutional challenge brought forward for ‘political purposes’ and is a ‘manufactured dispute’

Statue of Lady Justice at Vancouver courthouse. (File photo)
Kimberly Coates (centre) accepts a cheque for $20K from poppy fund committee co-chairs Earle Fraser (left) and Pat Keeping. Surrey Memorial Hospital will use the money—raised by the Cloverdale Legion in the 2021 poppy campaign—to buy medical equipment. (Photo: Jason Sveinson)

Cloverdale Legion donates more than $40K to two hospitals, care foundation

Surrey Memorial, Langley Memorial, Langley Lodge to benefit

Kimberly Coates (centre) accepts a cheque for $20K from poppy fund committee co-chairs Earle Fraser (left) and Pat Keeping. Surrey Memorial Hospital will use the money—raised by the Cloverdale Legion in the 2021 poppy campaign—to buy medical equipment. (Photo: Jason Sveinson)
Statue of Lady Justice at B.C. Supreme Court in New Westminster. (File photo: Tom Zytaruk)

Judge says no more ‘leeway’ for cops after extended detention of items seized in Surrey shoot-out

One victim paralyzed in Guildford shooting and crash, another left with inoperable brain injury

Statue of Lady Justice at B.C. Supreme Court in New Westminster. (File photo: Tom Zytaruk)
“The Comic Strippers” improv-comedy show features fictitious male stripper troupe, on Friday, May 6 at Bell Performing Arts Centre in Surrey. For tickets and info, call 604-507-6355 or visit bellperformingartscentre.com. (Submitted photo)
“The Comic Strippers” improv-comedy show features fictitious male stripper troupe, on Friday, May 6 at Bell Performing Arts Centre in Surrey. For tickets and info, call 604-507-6355 or visit bellperformingartscentre.com. (Submitted photo)
Kathleen McMahon said she and her husband John, who has Parkinson’s disease, were at the Grandview Corners Walmart Supercentre on April 20 when a security guard made John use a shopping cart for support while McMahon was fetching their van from the parking lot. (Contributed photo)

‘Terror’ for disabled South Surrey senior after Walmart staff reclaim borrowed wheelchair, citing policy

Kathleen McMahon speaks out after husband is left clutching shopping cart for balance

Kathleen McMahon said she and her husband John, who has Parkinson’s disease, were at the Grandview Corners Walmart Supercentre on April 20 when a security guard made John use a shopping cart for support while McMahon was fetching their van from the parking lot. (Contributed photo)
Surrey councillors Brenda Locke, left, and Laurie Guerra. (Now-Leader file photos)

Surrey council gives final approval to contentious Code of Conduct amendments despite Ombudsperson urging it not to

The Safe Surrey Coalition majority approved the Council Code of Conduct Bylaw as amended, with councillors Linda Annis and Brenda Locke voting against

Surrey councillors Brenda Locke, left, and Laurie Guerra. (Now-Leader file photos)
At Newton Athletic Park in Surrey on March 12, players with Delta Coastal Selects (in white) and ICSF Roma, a Vancouver-based club, battle for the ball during a U13 Division 1 game at the Surrey Mayor's Cup soccer tournament. (Photo: Tom Zillich)
At Newton Athletic Park in Surrey on March 12, players with Delta Coastal Selects (in white) and ICSF Roma, a Vancouver-based club, battle for the ball during a U13 Division 1 game at the Surrey Mayor's Cup soccer tournament. (Photo: Tom Zillich)
The Lower Mainland Green Team and students from Earl Marriott Secondary removed invasive plants from White Rock’s Ruth Johnson Park in June 2021. (Contributed file photo)

Students dig in to White Rock park for Earth Day

Green Team’s invasive-plant removal continuing at Ruth Johnson Park

The Lower Mainland Green Team and students from Earl Marriott Secondary removed invasive plants from White Rock’s Ruth Johnson Park in June 2021. (Contributed file photo)
Beer lovers at a previous Battle of the Brews event at Surrey Civic Plaza. (Photo: facebook.com/thepeak)

Summer ‘Battle of The Brews’ charity event in Surrey to help kids play sports

Beer, food and rock music to fuel August event at Surrey Civic Plaza

Beer lovers at a previous Battle of the Brews event at Surrey Civic Plaza. (Photo: facebook.com/thepeak)
Surrey's Gordon Fisher won $500,000 with a lottery ticket purchased at Semiahmoo Shopping Centre in South Surrey. (BCLC photo)

Surrey man wins $500,000 in April Fool’s Day lottery draw

Gordon Fisher purchased winning Lotto Max Extra ticket at Semiahmoo Shopping Centre

Surrey's Gordon Fisher won $500,000 with a lottery ticket purchased at Semiahmoo Shopping Centre in South Surrey. (BCLC photo)
A new complex-care and supportive housing building in Green Timbers was unveiled April 21, 2022 at 9810 Foxglove Dr. in Surrey. (Photo: Lauren Collins)

Surrey supportive housing project featuring 130 units unveiled in Green Timbers

It has 130 units that include 66 supportive housing homes, 34 complex care beds and 30 shelter beds

A new complex-care and supportive housing building in Green Timbers was unveiled April 21, 2022 at 9810 Foxglove Dr. in Surrey. (Photo: Lauren Collins)
Former Semiahmoo Secondary basketball star Adam Paige (left) has signed to play this summer for the Fraser Valley Bandits of the CEBL. (Fraser Valley Bandits photo)

Former Semiahmoo Secondary hoops star to return to Fraser Valley Bandits

U Sports athlete Adam Paige signs to play second season with CEBL squad

Former Semiahmoo Secondary basketball star Adam Paige (left) has signed to play this summer for the Fraser Valley Bandits of the CEBL. (Fraser Valley Bandits photo)
Surrey-raised basketball player Sukhman Sandhu in action with UBC Thunderbirds. (Photo: Chuck Russell/UBC Athletics)

Surrey’s Sandhu shoots for pro career with Langley’s Bandits following U SPORTS basketball draft

‘Having a professional league here in Canada with a local team, I’m very excited about that and super interested’

  • Apr 21, 2022
Surrey-raised basketball player Sukhman Sandhu in action with UBC Thunderbirds. (Photo: Chuck Russell/UBC Athletics)
Surrey council chambers inside city hall. (File photo)

OUR VIEW: A dark age for civic politics in Surrey

Can anyone deny that this council’s term has not been an all-out circus?

  • Apr 20, 2022
Surrey council chambers inside city hall. (File photo)
Court of Appeal for British Columbia in Vancouver. (File photo: Tom Zytaruk)

New trial ordered for man who ‘unwittingly trafficked’ $1.5M in meth into Canada

Appeal court sets aside convictions related to Surrey border crossing bust

Court of Appeal for British Columbia in Vancouver. (File photo: Tom Zytaruk)
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50 ‘Women of Options’ want to raise $1.5M for Surrey youth ‘falling through cracks’

‘Gamechangers’ fundraiser launched by Surrey-based Options Community Services

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Police say the best way to protect your vehicle from being stolen is to lock it, be vigilant with extra vehicle keys and use an anti-theft device. (Stock photo)

Police in Surrey arrest five people after finding two stolen work vans

Stolen Toyota Tacoma tailgates among other stolen goods found in two unrelated auto thefts

Police say the best way to protect your vehicle from being stolen is to lock it, be vigilant with extra vehicle keys and use an anti-theft device. (Stock photo)
One person died in a multi-vehicle collision on 108 Avenue Tuesday (April 19). (Shane MacKichan photo)

Fatal multi-vehicle collision in Surrey

One person died in crash on 108 Avenue

One person died in a multi-vehicle collision on 108 Avenue Tuesday (April 19). (Shane MacKichan photo)
Loran scholarship winner Tin Dao is a student at Queen Elizabeth Secondary in Surrey. (Photo: surreyschools.ca)

Now on ‘right path,’ Surrey student wins $100K Loran Award after wrestling with ‘trouble’

Scholarship winner Tin Dao is a volunteer wrestling coach and tutor for at-risk youth

Loran scholarship winner Tin Dao is a student at Queen Elizabeth Secondary in Surrey. (Photo: surreyschools.ca)
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