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Pictures from 2011 to 2014 near the new Sunnyside Elementary

The Future is Now! (That’s Surrey’s new motto, for those of you who don’t live here.)

Before and after photos of the new Sunnyside Elementary School (which was a badly needed school building, though the old building is unused now) 134 more words

Development

What was it like in Surrey 100 years ago?

When I’ve counted rings on cut trees, even the somewhat large trees are only about 70 yrs old. What was it like here when those trees were born, back in the 1930’s and 40’s?  223 more words

Forest

Guest Post: A Song of Sorrow, by Sybil Rowe

When I first arrived in Grandview Heights, a home that my friends referred to as “Paradise,” I was overwhelmed by the peace, serenity and sheer beauty of the land. 1,747 more words

Development

Three-way race for Surrey mayor after Barinder Rasode announces run

After a summer of campaigning Hilary Clinton style as an undeclared candidate, Surrey councillor Barinder Rasode officially waded into a three-way battle for mayor Saturday. 378 more words

Vancouver

Hunt continues for Surrey teen's killer

VANCOUVER – People are still searching for answers this morning after the killing of 17-year-old Serena Vermeersch.

Serena’s body was found on Tuesday night near the train tracks. 201 more words

News

EXCLUSIVE: Surrey Mayor Dianne Watts confirms plans to seek federal Conservative nomination

Speculation has been swirling for some time now about the plans of Surrey Mayor Dianne Watts when her third term expires in November.

Watts admits she’s been approached by both the federal Liberals and Tories but has been coy about her future, until now. 177 more words

News

Frank Hurt Park opening in honour of Devon Allaire-Bell

This will be my second story pitch to the media this year, and as is my style, it is extremely close to my heart. This attack happened to my younger brother, Jack Nielsen, and his best friend and ‘surrogate’ brother Devon Allaire-Bell, who died in his arms beside a park many of us grew up playing in, Frank Hurt Park. 660 more words

Sara Bylo