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Surrey Events Calendar: December 1st to December 15th

Surrey Events Calendar: December 1st to December 15th Holiday Happenings Surrey Santa Parade Santa is coming to Surrey! Visit the Cloverdale Town Centre at 5 pm on Sunday, December 3 and celebrate the arrival of Santa with a magical evening and a lighted parade. A convoy of lighted Big Rigs will leave Cloverdale at 5:30 pm and will travel through Fleetwood on its way to City Centre for a display on University Boulevard just west of City Hall. The North Surrey Lions Club will be there selling hot dogs and snacks along with playing Christmas music. The Surrey Food Bank and Surrey Christmas...

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Surrey Events Calendar: November 13th to November 30th

Surrey Events Calendar: November 13th to November 30th Community: Holiday Happenings Contact: 604-501-5100 Heart to Home Holiday Market Shop for one-of-a-kind gifts handmade by local artists for that one-of-a-kind person in your life! Enjoy warm cider and live music while you shop! Presented by Surrey Art Gallery Association. November 18 and 19, 2017 at 12 pm to 5 pm | Surrey Arts Centre Cost: Free! View Details Breakfast with Santa Enjoy a delicious Christmas breakfast with Santa at a recreation centre near you! December 2 to 16, 2017 | Various Locations and Times Cost: $8.00 per child, $4.00 per...

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18-year old future police officer who cares about human rights

18 years old Ibrahim Bolow moved to Canada with his family in 2010 and became a citizen in 2015. Before that, he was living in Somalia but was born in Saudi Arabia. Such a cultural diversity helped him to become who he is – a strong and kind person who cares about others. He speaks 3 languages: Arabic, English and Somali and planning to learn 3 more: French, German and Italian. That allows him to volunteer for different immigration services such as ISS (Immigrant Services Society of BC) and Engagement Immigration Program. He takes care of newcomers by being...

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RCMP Diversity Outreach Program connects people in Surrey

Surrey RCMP Diversity Outreach Unit is an unique and dedicated detachment created in order to engage more positive communication within Surrey community. The actual unit has existed in the mid 1990’s but has been developed into a specific subdivision only in the last 2 years. The Unit collaborates with non profit and immigrant settlement agencies, Surrey School District, religious and cultural institutions, local First Nations and the Indigenous organizations. Diversity Outreach Unit participates in different activities and events. Those visits are regular, which helps building more trust and bring communities together. In 2017 the events included Vaisakhi (historical and...

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Surrey Events Calendar: October 30th to November 6th

Surrey events calendar: October 30th – November 6th Halloween activities: 55+ Halloween Activities Join us for a fun afternoon with live entertainment, light lunch, desserts and Halloween activities! Dress up in your best costume for a chance to win a prize. Guildford Recreation Centre Tuesday October 31 at 12:00pm to 1:45pm Cost: $10/Members, $15/Non-Members – Register with code # 4547477 Fleetwood Community Centre Tuesday, October 31 at 11:30 am to 1:30 pm Cost: $10/Members, $15/Non-Members – Register with code # 4561377 Bear Creek Haunted Forest Scream Train Each child who paid an admission will receive a treat to enjoy on the pumpkin...

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Published 12/9/2017 in Surrey604 Magazine

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Last night I promised you wouldn’t die – I rescind that promise.

Published 12/7/2017 in Surrey604 Magazine

This is the written response to a real event which took place on Tuesday night at the shooting at 148th and 64th. 
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I am now rescinding that promise.

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Published 12/3/2017 in Surrey604 Magazine

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The World-Wide Inspiration Behind Surrey’s Light Rail Transit

Published 12/3/2017 in Surrey604 Magazine

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How Surrey’s Coastal Flooding Affects The Crescent Beach Community

Published 12/3/2017 in Surrey604 Magazine

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