Select Page

C2K Law Background Ad
C2K Law Background Ad
C2K Law Top Wide Ad

Author: Taslim Jaffer

3 Big Reasons To Stay At Four Points by Sheraton In Calgary West

The drive to Calgary, Alberta is a familiar trek for many Lower Mainlanders. It’s a gorgeous stretch of mountains and valleys with more lakes than you can count. There are so many places to stop along the way, whether it’s a hike in Hope to stretch those legs or a couple nights on a houseboat in Sicamous. But for your final destination in Calgary, we recommend a stay at Four Points by Sheraton Calgary West. Here’s why we think you should book there when you’re packing up your family to hit the road. Location After 10 hours of driving...

Read More

5 Road Trip Tips To Keep Your Kids Happy (And You, Sane)

If you’re a family that loves to get behind the wheels and explore, you probably know that the greatest challenge to that can be entertaining the kids. While most adults are content to just stare out the window and admire natural beauty, children have a certain limitation when it comes to that ability. These road trip tips will help keep your kids happy and preserve your own sanity, whether you’re driving from Surrey to Calgary or California. Pack Small, Individual Activities Tailored To Each Child Involve your child in filling a backpack with activities they can do solo. From...

Read More

Stories By Canadian Immigrant Women To Be Celebrated On June 6, 2017

Wherever I Find Myself is an anthology of stories written by Canadian immigrant women. Twenty four voices from around the globe (Europe, South America, the Middle East, Asia, Caribbean and the United States) contribute to this collection that guarantees you will find yourself in its pages. Edited by Miriam Matejova and published by Caitlin Press, this book inspires, educates and builds bridges among us all. Matejova’s moving introduction paints the backdrop of our current time with the rise of anti-immigrant sentiments in Europe, increasing hate crimes in North American neighbourhoods, and a general distrust of anybody who looks like...

Read More

Primo’s Mexican Grill Celebrates Its Relocation To White Rock

During a merciful break in the rain a couple Saturdays ago, the sun appeared in a blue sky as my husband and I made our way to White Rock beach for date night. The theme of the evening? Mini-Mexican escape! Who in the Lower Mainland hasn’t been dreaming of a tropical vacation during this not-quite-Spring Spring? When we arrived at the Marine Drive location, we took in the view of the famous pier, the happy couples and families milling about, and the gorgeous stretch of sand exposed by the low tide. Directly across from this perfect scene was our...

Read More

5 Foods You Absolutely Must Try On Your Next Trip To Victoria, B.C.

Just a scenic ferry ride away, our province’s capital is a gem of a city located on an island that boasts a mild climate, unrivaled parks and beaches, and a thriving arts community. From Surrey, the Tsawwassen ferry terminal is approximately 30 minutes away – among the call of the gulls, the big boat belches and the waft of salty sea air, a sense of adventure awakens as soon as you arrive. Whether you are going to Victoria for a romantic weekend getaway, a solo retreat, or a family vacation, you are going to need to eat! Thankfully, this...

Read More
  • 1
  • 2

Advertisement




Recent Posts

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

[et_pb_text _builder_version=”3.0.65″ background_layout=”light” text_orientation=”justified”… read more ❯

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 ❯

Recent Videos

Loading...

Recent Tweets