Three founding members of the advocacy group Surrey Students NOW will run for School Board Trustee in Surrey’s upcoming civic election. Running are Cindy Dalglish, Charlene Dobie, and Mary-Em Waddington. Cindy Dalglish is a stalwart advocate for education in Surrey and she holds all three levels of government accountable for the dire straits of education in Surrey. She currently works in post-secondary education and has experience using her Communications degree in the non-profit, government, and corporate sectors. “Communication is key to good governance, and that communication needs to be across, all levels of government, and through the channel of parents, educators,...Read More
Author: Surrey604 Staff
If you asked any player about their experiences with online gaming, they will likely wax lyrical about how enjoyable they are. While they may be thrilling and truly entertaining now, it’s always important to remember that there is still lots more to come from one of the world’s fastest growing industries. With the technology that goes into making online gaming together with the rapid rate at which it keeps developing, what can we expect over the course of 2018 and beyond? One area that has become hugely popular over the last few years or so is casino gaming on...Read More
Is eating fish on a regular basis healthy or not? That seems to be the question of our century as there are people who do not consume it either because they do not like the taste or because of their regimens. Pescatarians are fewer compared to vegetarians and vegans these days, and so it is that fish has become a less popular source of nutrients over the years. Let’s look at a series of benefits and risks that come with eating fish. It’s healthy for the brain and heart Fish contains omega-3 acids, which in their turn, also contain...Read More
The City of Surrey is proud to announce today a partnership with one of the top female hockey players of all time, Hayley Wickenheiser, to bring the The Canadian Tire Wickenheiser World Female Hockey Festival (affectionately known as WickFest) to Surrey on January 31 to Feb 3rd of 2019. The economic impact for the City to host WickFest is significant as approximately $1.25 million will be injected into the local economy in both 2019 and 2020, with a projected impact of $2.8 million annually in the years that follow. “Hosting an event of this magnitude is a perfect fit for...Read More
The City of Surrey will host its eighth annual Party for the Planet, BC’s largest Earth Day celebration, at Surrey Civic Plaza on Saturday, April 14 from 10am–6pm. The signature Surrey event will feature an intimate matinee headline performance by Canadian rock singer-songwriter and five-time JUNO award winner Sam Roberts at 3:15 pm. Presented by TD, this year’s free festival will also include multiple performances by Vancouver-based children’s musical duo Bobs & Lolo. Additional entertainers include Vancouver’s up and coming pop and R&B group Star Captains, DJ and production group The Freshest, children’s entertainers Rockin’ Robin, the Colin Bullock...Read More
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