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Surrey handed out 130 warnings for icy sidewalks this week

The City of Surrey has handed out over 100 warnings so far this week to property owners who haven’t cleared their sidewalks of snow and ice. 367 more words

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'Clear-eyed warrior friend. (gracias a la vida)' by Sana Janjua

in wilderness of solitude

people intellectualize: exile, poverty, torture. my friend doesn’t. for years on end, there is no sharing of personal stories that may have caused tears. 594 more words

Fauzia Rafique

Surrey Muse At Large (SMAL) with VG PlayRoom at Camp Alexandra - Feb to June 2017

Surrey Muse At Large is commencing it’s first session in January, with regular programming from February to June 2017, in partnership with Virginia Gillespie’s VG Playroom… 397 more words

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Surrey's affordable housing stays close to transit

Reported by Reuben Dongalen Jr.

New developments for affordable housing units in Surrey are prioritizing transit-friendly locations.

Metro Vancouver released a report of their findings after a public consultation in 2011 called the ‘National Household Survey,’ collecting information on their travel to work for one out of three households in the region. 311 more words

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Surrey School board receives results from Public Consultation

Reported by Reuben Dongalen Jr.

Lord Tweedsmuir is on the brink of changing catchment boundaries to help alleviate their overcapacity issue.

Last spring, the Surrey school board sent a survey for public consultation with options on possible changes to create the catchment boundaries for the new high-school under construction, Salish Secondary school. 147 more words

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Surrey's homeless treated poorly by bylaw officers

Reported by Reuben Dongalen Jr.

On Oct. 3, Monday, homeless of the notorious 135a community gathered for a rally and protest at Surrey City Hall regarding the city’s “unfair treatment.” 255 more words

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Historic Stewart Farm

Canadian History Hunters recently had the opportunity to visit one of the few historic farmhouses that remain in Surrey. In the early 1880’s John Stewart purchased the farm and became involved in the dyking of the Nicomeckl River, an important early transportation route for the community of Elgin. 133 more words

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