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Surrey Libraries support learners obtain Google IT Support Certificate

Surrey: BC’s tech industry is booming and there aren’t enough people with the skills required to fill the jobs that are available. This is...

RCMP investigating Delta Police officer

The Surrey Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) are conducting an investigation into the actions of a Delta Police officer, at the request of the...

Building permits issued in Surrey breaks $2 billion mark

Surrey: The City of Surrey set a new record in building permit values issued in 2019. The total construction value exceeded $2.29 billion last...

Surrey needs “zero tolerance approach” to school portables: Councillor Linda Annis

Surrey: Following a Surrey School District presentation to city council on Monday, Councillor Linda Annis is calling on the city, school board and province...

A final chapter in the story of Mewa Singh

By Balraj S. Kahlon In 1915, the Government of B.C. killed Mewa Singh but also set his legacy in stone. Today, for B.C. Sikhs, Mewa...

Trudeau government spending hits all-time high, including years of war and...

Vancouver: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government has now recorded the highest ever per-person spending level of any federal government, including those that fought wars...

House values drop in Vancouver, stabilize or rise elsewhere in B.C.

Victoria: Selina Robinson, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, said after BC Assessment's release of the 2020 property assessments: "As the 2020 property assessments...

As of January 2020, British Columbians will no longer need to...

By George Chow, NDP MLA for Vancouver-Fraserview When British Columbians sit down this month to pay their bills, they will notice something missing – a...

Community gaming grants support Surrey aquatic centre upgrades

People in Surrey will soon enjoy an updated aquatic centre funded through community gaming grants. The aquatic centre at the Tong Louie Family YMCA will...

Premier John Horgan recognizes PICS Board Chair

Surrey: Progressive Intercultural Community Services Society’s (PICS) welcomed Premier John Horgan at the PICS Assisted Living Facility on December 9, 2019. After making the...

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