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Surrey Crime Prevention Society Makes a Difference for Surrey Businesses and Residents.

Crime statistics show that crime in Surrey has decreased by 16% since 2016.  This trend continues in part because of the great work done by our local law enforcement and community volunteer groups like Surrey Crime Prevention Society Surrey Crime Prevention Society is a non-profit agency that deploys staff and volunteers enhancing community safety through a variety of programs. With over 350 volunteers and a handful of staff they assist in the recovery of stolen vehicles, report incidents to the RCMP regarding drivers under the influence, report drug transactions and assist in medical emergencies. Surrey Crime Prevention Society staff...

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10 Ways to Revitalize Whalley into an Arts and Culture Hub

Flamingo Square Art Society Takes on the Streets of Whalley The first myth of world-change is that it is something that government is in charge of or that you have to have money or be an important business person or you have to be a person of power in order to do anything meaningful.  The truth is the world-changers are people like you and me who see a need and put the pieces together to create a movement.  That movement gains momentum and the world changes before our eyes.  This is an easy guide to the steps in world...

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You won’t believe what goes on behind closed doors in this city – Surrey Board of Trade Industry Bus Tour 2017

Forget going to Hawaii this year, never mind an evening at the movies, the PNE or Disney land. For the most fun you can have in a day, you need to join the Surrey Board of Trade’s Industry Bus Tour.   I know, it sounds like something old people do but trust me, it is the bomb. Where else can you make new friends, network and promote your business, learn about your neighbours, do a sing-a-long, play trivia, get to go into secret places in City Hall, sit in the drivers seat of large machinery, watch someone crush a...

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SBOT – Candidates Debate – Questions and Answers Everything you need to know about Surrey Candidates

Photo by Melissa at the Surrey Board of Trade The 2017 Surrey Board of Trade Provincial Candidates Debate was held at the Sheraton Hotel on Wednesday, April 24th. It was standing room only, as the community gathered to hear what the candidates for the provincial election has to say. Moderated by Dr. Greg Thomas, Chair of the Surrey Board of Trade, 17 candidates representing 7 of the 9 ridings in Surrey answered rotating questions. Questions were submitted by Surrey Board of Trade advocacy teams, Surrey Board of Trade members, community members, and by the sponsoring partner of the event,...

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Dianne Watts – On the National Stage

From city councillor to the fourth runner up in the world’s best mayor contest, to her place at the federal table in the Canadian Legislature, Dianne Watts is known for having a sharp business mind and an ability to cut through red tape to get things done. This unusual combination of skills propelled her, and the city she was responsible for, to a new level of respect and growth during her years as mayor and continues to move her forward on a national scale. Ms. Watts started out on council in 1996 as part of the strong Surrey Electors...

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Meet Me at Whalley’s Corner – Part 4: Di Reggae Cafe

Published 8/15/2017 in Sr3y

In this installment of the continuing series about the community in City Central, take a step into the tropics. Located in the heart of Surrey, right at historic Whalley’s Corner, Di Reggae Café is a hidden gem in the bustle of the city. Open the door to the Caribbean right in your back yard and meet Richie Hussett of Di Reggae Café. 
Richie, who was… read more ❯

A new political structure for the City of Surrey (The Royal Canadian Principality of Surrey)

Published 8/15/2017 in Surrey604 Magazine

“Mr. Alex Sangha was in attendance and presented Council with his proposal for the future of Surrey as a modified ward/riding system. Mr. Sangha commented on the… read more ❯

Meet Surrey Girl, Carolyn Turkington

Published 8/11/2017 in Surrey604 Magazine

High School Teacher | Softball Coach and Technical Director of the South Surrey and White Rock Minor Girls Softball Association | Softball Camp Coordinator of the Okanagan Softball Camp
Grew up in: Ocean Park | My… read more ❯

Show your Public Library Card at the PNE on Aug 23 and Get in for $5

Published 8/9/2017 in Surrey604 Magazine

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Butterflies Unveiled at Surrey Central SkyTrain Station

Published 8/7/2017 in Surrey604 Magazine

The City of Surrey, in partnership with TransLink, is pleased to announce Thomas Nelles as the winner of an open call to artist to create a temporary mural to surround the construction hoarding of the Surrey Central… read more ❯

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