Tom Zytaruk

Huge grain, potash terminals proposed for Fraser Surrey Docks

Surrey’s mayor is embracing the projects, but Delta’s mayor has concerns about emergency crew access

BC Hydro issues storm safety tips

Bulletin indicates “electrical contact incidents resulting in serious injury are on the rise.”

Man arrested Monday after Surrey Creep Catchers call police

No charges have been laid in second Creep Catchers incident in two weeks

Firefighters fighting Surrey barn fire

Fire is near 164th and Highway 10

Surrey Creep Catchers continues under seige

‘I swear Facebook is messing with me,’ Ryan LaForge says

UPDATE: Two women escape dramatic Surrey crash with minor injuries

Witness says Jaws of Life used to free two trapped in car. Victims treated for soft tissue injuries.

ICBC says 25 per cent more traffic crashes happen on Halloween

It works out to 330 people injured in 920 crashes across the province.

Opponents of LGBTQ program to file human rights complaint against Surrey School District

District denied Parents United Canada right to rent Bell Performing Arts Centre for rally next month

Surrey School District refuses to rent Bell Centre for Parents United Canada rally

Group is seeking court injunction to stop an LGBTQ program in public schools

Raymond Lee Caissie gets life in prison for murdering Surrey teen in 2014

Judge numbers Caissie among ‘violent merciless men without a conscience’

Court awards Surrey dentist $55,000 after his teeth were broken during an assault

It happened during a wedding reception in 2012 at Bombay Banquet Hall

Surrey RCMP looking for help to ID sex assault suspect

Sketches related to incident at Hi-Knoll Park on Sept. 13

VIDEO: A look at Surrey – from the third tallest tower in B.C.

A view from the 55th floor of Surrey’s Civic Hotel under construction in the heart of the city core

Surrey Creep Catcher prez LaForge still undeterred by privacy commissioner

Surrey Creep Catchers President says complainants, commission can ‘f—k themselves’

UPDATE: Drive-by shooting in Whalley Thursday night

It happened near 95th Avenue and 131A Street, not far from Betty Huff Elementary school.

Cigarette butt chuckers keep Surrey burning

Surrey firefighters have fought 59 brush fires in the past 10 days, and 203 grass fires since May 1

VIDEO: Mama peacock lays four eggs on Surrey doorstep

It’s kind of like having National Geographic on your porch

UPDATE: Surrey RCMP locate missing woman

Chenoa George, 18, was last seen neart 129th Street and 65th Avenue in Newton on June 23rd

One in three Canadian high school students have rode with drinking drivers, study reveals

Nearly one in five rode with a driver who’d been smoking pot

Mayors’ Council confirms opposition to referendum on 10-year regional transportation plan

Referendum would delay urgent work needed to reduce congestion in Metro Vancouver, the council says