The city that is home to almost a quarter of all poor children in B.C. may be getting a big helping hand, as a result of the province’s first targeted poverty-reduction strategy.
Reported by Cameron Thomson Delta’s new mayor plans to set higher rates at recreation centres for people coming from outside the city. Delta’s newly elected mayor, George Harvie, told the Delta Optimist last week that he would ensure…
Surrey could become the first city in British Columbia to have a light rail network if provincial funding is approved.
Car break-ins, which on average cost ICBC and drivers around $14 million per year, are down significantly in Vancouver and Surrey, the province’s most populated cities.
An increase in freight train traffic on a small island on the Fraser River between Surrey and Pitt Meadows is disrupting residents’ access to the road that leads to the only ferry to and from the community.
Reported by Rica Talay A Surrey condo dweller has collected almost 200 signatures on a petition to permanently turn off a high-powered lighted fountain that she and her neighbours say disrupts their sleep. Laura Stepney, who lives in…
A Surrey parent has enrolled her children in a public school in Delta because she was concerned about overcrowding, drug dealers and the presence of gangsters at her neighbourhood school.
Human Library Day offered the public a chance to “sign out” people they may never otherwise get the chance to meet. The event, which started 12 years ago in Copenhagen, Denmark, reached Surrey’s City Centre Library on Saturday, Jan. 26.…