Amy Reid

The City of Surrey is currently accepting bids on a project to install 10 surveillance cameras throughout the city, in a new effort to tackle its problem with illegal dumping. (File photo)

Surrey looks to target illegal dumpers with surveillance cameras

Since 2007, illegal dumping has cost the City of Surrey more than $8.5 million dollars

The City of Surrey is currently accepting bids on a project to install 10 surveillance cameras throughout the city, in a new effort to tackle its problem with illegal dumping. (File photo)
The IIO has cleared Surrey RCMP of any wrongdoing after a woman died in custody earlier this year. (File photo)

RCMP cleared after woman fatally overdoses on fentanyl

Charges not recommended after IIO says woman appears to have brought fentanyl into her cell

The IIO has cleared Surrey RCMP of any wrongdoing after a woman died in custody earlier this year. (File photo)
Two 23-year-old men die in separate Surrey motorcycle crashes in three days

Two 23-year-old men die in separate Surrey motorcycle crashes in three days

One man died Thursday night after his motorcycle crashed on Highway 10, and another man died following a Tuesday crash

Two 23-year-old men die in separate Surrey motorcycle crashes in three days
Firefighters worked to free a trapped four-month-old baby in Surrey Wednesday night, after a pickup truck crashed into a home. (Photos: Shane Mackichan)

UPDATE: Baby in stable condition after truck crashes into Surrey home

A 57-year-old man who was driving the truck was taken into police custody, but has since been released

Firefighters worked to free a trapped four-month-old baby in Surrey Wednesday night, after a pickup truck crashed into a home. (Photos: Shane Mackichan)
Campers look at water bugs during Burns Bog Society’s day camp in Delta Nature Reserve. (Submitted photo)

Thieves steal supplies, tools and juice boxes from B.C. summer camp

‘Take a moment to think about who you stole from,’ says Burns Bog Society’s Mark Robertson

Campers look at water bugs during Burns Bog Society’s day camp in Delta Nature Reserve. (Submitted photo)
(Photo: Flickr/Quidditch Canada)                                Game action from the 2016 Quidditch Canada Western regionals, held in Surrey.

VIDEO: B.C. city to host Western Regional Quidditch Championship in 2019

The fictional game in the Harry Potter series has become popular around the world, with 600 athletes in Canada alone

(Photo: Flickr/Quidditch Canada)                                Game action from the 2016 Quidditch Canada Western regionals, held in Surrey.
A police incident in North Surrey Thursday night reportedly involved a bus driver being pepper sprayed. (Photos by Shane Mackichan)

Dog, bear spray and stolen vehicle involved in dramatic Surrey incident

A bus driver was allegedly bear sprayed while trying to run after a suspect, who was later arrested

A police incident in North Surrey Thursday night reportedly involved a bus driver being pepper sprayed. (Photos by Shane Mackichan)
Photo: ableauctions.ca                                A few of the thousands of comic books up for bids.

More than 30,000 comic books at Surrey auction this September

‘Massive’ private owner collection to be auctioned off

Photo: ableauctions.ca                                A few of the thousands of comic books up for bids.
A photo of foamy water in Surrey’s Tynehead Regional Park. (Photo: Janet Black)

Soapy water in Surrey park raises eyebrows

City of Surrey believes detergent was dumped into the water system, and some salmon fry were killed

A photo of foamy water in Surrey’s Tynehead Regional Park. (Photo: Janet Black)
A fire hydrant in Langley. (Photo: Dan Ferguson/Black Press)

B.C. fire chief says there’s no need to park so far away from fire hydrants

Reducing parking distance limits from fire hydrants could create 2,650 new parking spaces in Surrey, city staff say

A fire hydrant in Langley. (Photo: Dan Ferguson/Black Press)
Mayor Linda Hepner reveals the recommendations from her gang task force at Surrey City Hall on July 3. (Photo: Amy Reid)

Surrey mayor says ‘party is over’ with gang task force report

Hepner says it ‘scares the daylights’ out of her that 10-year-olds are being lured into gangs

Mayor Linda Hepner reveals the recommendations from her gang task force at Surrey City Hall on July 3. (Photo: Amy Reid)
Surrey resident Stephanie Solem is competing in the Mrs. BC pageant this Canada Day weekend. (Submitted photo)

Surrey pageant hopeful aims to inspire others with anxiety

Sex abuse survivor Stephanie Solem is competing in the Mrs. BC pageant in Langley this Canada Day weekend

Surrey resident Stephanie Solem is competing in the Mrs. BC pageant this Canada Day weekend. (Submitted photo)
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Three reported Surrey shootings in four days

So far this year, Surrey has seen 25 shots-fired incident

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Surrey’s first rainbow crosswalk, covered in what appears to be white paint. (Photo: Twitter@MumofThreeBC)

Surrey’s first rainbow crosswalk defaced 10 days after installation

City crews are out removing the paint today with a high-pressured steam wand

Surrey’s first rainbow crosswalk, covered in what appears to be white paint. (Photo: Twitter@MumofThreeBC)
B.C. city approves plan to relocate 100 peacocks

B.C. city approves plan to relocate 100 peacocks

The plan also mean fines for anyone who feeds or houses the bird

B.C. city approves plan to relocate 100 peacocks
Joey sits on his new bed in his new room, one of 160 temporary modular suites set up to house the homeless in Whalley. (Photo: Amy Reid)

Homeless people living on ‘Surrey Strip’ move into modular housing

BC Housing says 160 homeless people are being moved into temporary Whalley suites from June 19 to 21

Joey sits on his new bed in his new room, one of 160 temporary modular suites set up to house the homeless in Whalley. (Photo: Amy Reid)
Surrey RCMP called in its Explosive Device Unit after a Mountie came across a “suspicious item” near the emergency shelter on 135A Street. (Photos: Shane Mackichan)

VIDEO: Explosive Device Unit detonates ‘suspicious item’ on Surrey’s 135A Street

Some tent city campers were ‘removed or asked to leave,’ as Surrey RCMP investigated

Surrey RCMP called in its Explosive Device Unit after a Mountie came across a “suspicious item” near the emergency shelter on 135A Street. (Photos: Shane Mackichan)
Shayne Williams is executive director of Lookout Emergency Aid Society, which runs the SafePoint supervised consumption site on 135A Street. (Photo: Amy Reid)

VIDEO: Fraser Health’s first safe consumption site is one year old today

After more than 60,000 visits and hundreds of overdose reversals, not a single death reported at 135A Street site

Shayne Williams is executive director of Lookout Emergency Aid Society, which runs the SafePoint supervised consumption site on 135A Street. (Photo: Amy Reid)
Premier John Horgan. (Photo/Black Press Files)

Horgan announces first ‘urgent primary care centre’ in Surrey

New ‘team-based’ facilities aim to reduce emergency room congestion and connect more people to doctors

Premier John Horgan. (Photo/Black Press Files)
Bylaw officer assaulted in B.C. suburb over peacock complaint

Bylaw officer assaulted in B.C. suburb over peacock complaint

Surrey RCMP say a man was arrested and released as investigation into assault on peace officer continues

Bylaw officer assaulted in B.C. suburb over peacock complaint