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Author: Daman Beatty

KPU Civic Plaza Sign Installed in Surrey Civic Plaza

The transformation of Surrey’s downtown city centre is quickly gaining momentum. Civic Plaza is leading the way with a flurry of recent grand openings for Civic Hotel, Dominion Bar + Kitchen, Prado Cafe and the first annual Dominion Day outdoor concert event. Today, we saw more changes as TDH Experiential Fabricators mounted a massive new sign for Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) Civic Plaza onto the landmark tower. KPU sign has been officially installed! 📕 A post shared by Riley 🏳️‍🌈 (@rileymfortin) on Jul 10, 2018 at 3:03pm PDT The City of Surrey was also busy beautifying the plaza today...

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Guildford Library tells a First Nations story through new public artwork Raven and First Sunrise by Brandon Gabriel now installed

City of Surrey’s Public Art Program is pleased to announce the completion of a public artwork by Brandon Gabriel titled Raven and the First Sunrise at Guildford Library. Brandon Gabriel’s colourful design for the library windows depicts the First Nations story in which the raven brings sunlight to the earth. The artist tells the story: There are 37 distinct and diverse Indigenous languages in present-day British Columbia, and many more dialectal groups within those languages. This also means there are as many variations of this story as there are Indigenous histories in these lands. The Kwantlen people share their story of the first...

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Mayor’s Task Force on Gang Violence Prevention Report Released

Tackling gang violence in Surrey was the priority at a recent release of the report on the Mayor’s Task Force on Gang Violence Prevention.  Over 100 partners and guests gathered to hear about the action steps the City of Surrey is taking to prevent gang violence.  In addition to recommending enhanced police enforcement, an expanded gang exiting program and the launch of an Inadmissible Patrons Program, the Task Force is responding to the identified need for enhanced early interventions and stronger neighbourhood-based, culturally appropriate prevention programs.  The Mayor highlighted that while the City will continue to show leadership on...

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Guildford Town Centre and Museum of Surrey Hosting ‘What We Bring’ Exhibit

New Exhibit to Feature Objects and Artifacts That Local Individuals and Families Brought When First Immigrating to Canada In celebration of Canada Day, Guildford Town Centre and the Museum of Surrey will be hosting a new exhibit, What We Bring, June 25th to July 9th. The exhibit will showcase many beloved objects and artifacts that people carried with them when first immigrating to Canada. What We Bring will be open to visitors during regular mall hours at Centre Court at Guildford Town Centre. “We are very pleased to bring this exhibit to our shoppers here at Guildford Town Centre. It provides our shoppers with the opportunity...

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7-Eleven Canada Celebrates Daring ‘Dos with Free Slurpee® This Friday, June 22

Colour crazy hair marks the start of a Slurpee-filled summer 7-Eleven Canada’s Slurpee Crazy Hair Day is back and will kick off summer with wacky hairdos as fun and colourful as Slurpee. A rainbow of vibrant styles will ring in the sun-soaked, fun-filled days ahead. For the second year, Slurpee lovers are invited to put their heads together and come up with their wildest crazy hair creations, then rock them to Sev for a quintessential treat – an ice-cold Slurpee. When you ask for just a trim…#SlurpeeCrazyHairDay is Friday, June 22nd and we want to see your wildest hair....

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The state of global society and the need to focus on the greater good!

Published 8/11/2018 in Surrey604 Magazine

It’s hard to imagine, comfortable as we are, that people are starving to death in many parts of the world. It’s even harder to imagine when you think about how many North Americans and Europeans die of diabetes, cholesterol, and obesity each year. Western countries are consuming too much food at the expense of the rest of the planet. Just to satisfy our… read more ❯
Surrey’s Hidden Gems: Singer/Songwriter Nylez K

Published 8/10/2018 in Sr3y

“God is so good, sometimes he’s gotta break us in order to break the creativity out of us”, a quote by Eric Thomas, and the words that singer/songwriter Nylez K, from Surrey, British Columbia, lives by. Every month, I will be highlighting some amazing, talented artists rising out of the Surrey area. Moving here last year, I noticed a bit of a disconnect… read more ❯
LOCAL BC ARTISTS SET TO PERFORM AT ANNUAL BUMBERSHOOT FESTIVAL

Published 8/8/2018 in Surrey604 Magazine

VANCOUVER, August 7, 2018 | Music BC is thrilled to continue their partnership with Bumbershoot, an annual international music and arts festival, taking place between August 31 – September 2, 2018 in… read more ❯
Surrey Resident Competing in Axe Throwing US Open!

Published 8/8/2018 in Surrey604 Magazine

Local Surrey resident, Tiffany Fatima (23 years old) will be competing in the first ever World Axe Throwing US Open tournament. Professional axe throwing coach and event host with Bad Axe Throwing Surrey, Tiffany has had a lot of time to perfect her axe throwing skills.
Tiffany will be competing against about 50 other axe throwers at The World Axe… read more ❯
An Update on Surrey’s Coastal Flood Adaptation Strategy

Published 8/8/2018 in Surrey604 Magazine

Surrey, BC | In response to additional feedback from directly impacted stakeholders from Crescent Beach the Managed Retreat option is being removed from the Crescent Beach study area. No further analysis will be conducted on this option and it will not be recommended by staff in the draft Coastal Flood Adaptation Strategy (CFAS) to be brought… read more ❯