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It's an 'initial long-range rapid transit vision concept, at a City of Surrey population of one million people and 500,000 jobs'
It's a move Surrey Mayor Linda Hepner has said she "completely supports."
IHIT is now on scene investigating the death.
Around the same time, a similar fire broke out in Langley
Travis Selje, 17, died after a crash near the intersection of 176th St. and 64th Ave. on May 3
Anniedale, Surrey’s oldest standing school, will be relocated to museum site along with 1881 Townhall
Police say alleged suspect robbed someone at knifepoint in the 10900-block of 132nd Avenue April 6
The city says the ‘CHAT’ program is in response to the needs of kids in the fast-growing community
Surrey crash that killed Travis Selje happened on same day as Kassandra Kaulius’ death six years ago
Ambulance, fire respond to early Monday morning crash
Travis Selje, 17, died after a crash Wednesday night near the intersection of 176th Street and 64th Avenue
The incident happened around 7:15 p.m. in a townhouse complex in the 18100-block of 70th Avenue
It happened around 1:45 p.m. in the 8000-block of 158th Street
The accident occurred Monday night on the Pattullo Bridge, police say
NDP accuse Liberals of ignoring Surrey growth while Liberals call hospital announcement ‘desperate’
Surrey expands early intervention support for youth through YoBro YoGirl program
District bringing in more portables after Supreme Court Ruling in favour of BC Teachers’ Federation
Surrey family’s situation is ‘the very real human costs of lack of housing affordability’ says LeFranc
“It’s your chance to meet the crew that puts these creeps on blast, take photos ask questions and get to know your local squad,” according to Surrey Creep Catcher
Opposition will be voiced at Surrey public hearing Monday night, says community association president