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City of Surrey to host virtual Canada Day celebration this Wednesday

THIS free virtual Canada Day celebration event – presented by Coast Capital Savings – will feature entertainment throughout the day, including musical...

Canada Day celebration at the PNE

THE PNE will be holding a Canada Day parade celebration on Wednesday, July 1. “We are absolutely thrilled to...

Outdoor fitness options available in Surrey this summer

STARTING July 6, the City of Surrey is providing residents with more options to stay fit this summer with outdoor fitness classes...

Nicomekl Riverfront Park Management Plan wins Gold Award from Planning Institute of BC

THE Planning Institute of British Columbia (PIBC) has awarded Surrey’s Nicomekl Riverfront Management Park Plan with the 2020 Gold Award for Excellence...

Keeping children safe from window or balcony falls in warm weather

WITH the weather warming up, BC Children's Hospital is encouraging parents and caregivers to keep children safe near windows and on balconies,...

Surrey’s Sensory Friendly Spaces Program receives honours

BRITISH Columbia Recreation and Parks Association (BCRPA) honoured the City of Surrey on June 22 with a provincial 2020 Program Excellence Award...

Vancouver high school is giving free masks on June 30

Canada Royal Arts is donating 1.000 masks for Vancouver citizens BY RAFAEL ZEN WHILE security measures...

Surrey Libraries launches takeout service

SURREY Libraries on Tuesday announced the launch of contactless Takeout service at six branches serving Surrey’s town centres. City Centre, Cloverdale, Fleetwood,...

Vancouver installs 4 more pop-up plazas

THE City of Vancouver on Tuesday installed an additional four pop-up plazas to help residents safely return to community life as businesses...

Legislation modernizes how wills are signed, witnessed

THE B.C. Government has introduced legislation to enable courts to accept electronic wills and to permit the remote witnessing of wills.

New act will help formalize, unwind emergency orders

THE B.C. Government has introduced the COVID-19 Related Measures Act, legislation that will allow for the provisions created for citizens and businesses...

Mines Act updates to improve permitting, regulation in B.C.

MORE effective mines permitting and better protection of workers, the environment and the public are among proposed updates to the Mines Act.
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Federal transport minister must step in to keep airline passengers safe: Federal NDP

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13 new COVID-19 cases in B.C.; no new deaths

HEALTH Minister Adrian Dix and Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry on FRiday announced 13 new cases of COVID-19, for a total of...

COVID-19 : Additional temporary service reductions at select Canadian ports of entry

FURTHER to announcements made on April 15 and May 12, the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is temporarily reducing service hours at additional land, air,...

Lightning strikes twice for Burnaby Lotto 6/49 player; wants to travel to India

WINNING a major lottery prize once in a lifetime is a dream most people have. But for Burnaby’s David O’Brien that dream...