Lauren Collins

COVID-19 cases at Surrey school district drop ‘dramatically’

There were 19 notifications sent out in the first 9 days of June, compared to in all of 245 in May

Protesters hold ‘yellow-ribbon’ event at Surrey’s Bear Creek Park

People asked to tie a yellow ribbon in their yard to 'show support for our trees'

Surrey’s 2021 grads find creative ways to celebrate in another year of COVID-19

This year's Grade 12 students were unable to have any large-scale events

Surrey’s weekly cases continue to drop, push for 80% vaccination rate citywide

BCCDC reports 263 cases for Surrey the week of May 30 to June 5

VIDEO: Hundreds gather at Surrey park in memory of victims in London attack

Vigil organized by Committee of Progressive Pakistani Canadians

Naming schools after settler, historical figure ‘can be quite problematic’: Surrey school district

District working closely with Semiahmoo First Nation on naming three schools

Surrey has had 25% of B.C.’s total COVID-19 cases

Surrey recorded 4,012 cases in May

North Delta family grieving after puppy mauled to death at Surrey park

Surrey Bylaw Department is now investigating

Surrey Khalsa School students raising money for COVID-19 relief in India

Khalsa School in Newton holding online art auction until June 20

Surrey school district’s Aboriginal department provides resources on residential schools

Includes list of teacher resources and how to teach about them

Website seeks new information nearly 4 years after teen found dead in Surrey

The body of Tanner Krupa, 19, was found in the 6900-block of 127A Street on Aug. 20, 2017

Surrey’s 100th Avenue closed briefly after reports of man with a weapon

Surrey RCMP Constable Sarbjit Sangha said he was apprehended under the Mental Health Act

Candlelight vigil in Surrey honours 215 Indigenous children

Event organized by BASMODI Team

Cross-border gathering at Surrey’s Peace Arch Park honours 215 Indigenous children

International mourning ceremony hosted by Lummi, Southern First Nations

Surrey proclaims June to be Pride Month in the city

However, the Pride flag will not be flown once again, with the city citing Surrey's flag policy

Surrey’s weekly COVID-19 cases drop to their lowest since before the second wave

There were 460 cases in Surrey May 23 to 29, according to the latest data from the BCCDC

Hundreds turn out in Surrey in honour of 215 Indigenous children

Civic Plaza, outside of Surrey City Hall, was a sea of orange on Friday afternoon

UPDATE: Surrey RCMP say senior has been found

Police were looking for Ernesto Valdez, 76, who was last seen on June 3

Police watchdog says transit officer didn’t pursue BMW involved in serious Surrey crash

Three vehicles were involved in a crash at King George Boulevard and 128th Street on May 6

Surrey Memorial worker claims she was told to take off orange shirt honouring Indigenous children

Employee for housekeeping company contracted out by Fraser Health posted about incident on TikTok