Surrey city council approves $7.3 million contract for street paving projects

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Surrey council approves $7.3 million contract for street paving projects. Surrey city council awarded Lafarge Canada Inc. $7,326,667.95 for major road network arterial...

Surrey’s weekly Covid-19 cases continue to drop

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Surrey’s weekly cases continue to drop, push for 80% vaccination rate citywide. Surrey recorded 263 new Covid-19 cases for the week of May 30...

Pfizer confirms delivery of two million Covid-19 vaccine doses weekly until...

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The federal government has confirmed pharmaceuticals manufacturer Pfizer Inc. will deliver two million doses of its Covid-19 vaccine each week through to the end...

Shots fired overnight at Newton house

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Surrey RCMP investigating shots were fired at a house in Newton at about 1:00AM Monday. This was in the 13500-block of 64A Avenue. Nobody was...

BC set to lay out restart road map as Covid-19 cases...

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A plan to be announced today that will start to get life and the economy back to normal in British Columbia with the methodical...

BC’s Covid-19 infection rate stays below 500 a day over weekend

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BC's public health officials reported 443 new Covid-19 cases in 24 hours up to Saturday, 424 up to Sunday and 424 on Monday,...

BC to add up to 6 new MLAs in next election...

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A new electoral redistricting bill in BC could potentially reduce the number of MLAs elected beyond Hope.The proposed change to the Electoral Boundaries Commission...

Shooting outside Willowbrook shopping mall sent 1 person to hospital

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A shooting outside Willowbrook Mall on Monday afternoon sent one man to hospital with potentially life-threatening injuries. Police were called just...

Nova Scotia reports 75 new cases of Covid-19 on Wednesday as...

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People in Nova Scotia are facing new rules Wednesday after officials imposed a provincewide lockdown for at least two weeks to deal with an...

India reporting record numbers of new Covid-19 cases

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India, the country of 1.3 billion people has logged over a million new cases in past three days, bringing its Covid-19 cases totals up...

White Rock council rejects resident-only parking for waterfront

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White Rock council has balked at limiting waterfront parking to city residents with decals and veterans only. The move was one of 19 potential Covid-19...

Surrey City approves new rules for drug and alcohol recovery homes

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The City of Surrey aims to improve the quality of care that drug and alcohol recovery homes provide in the city. A corporate report...

CIBC celebrates Vaisakhi with limited edition Golden Temple coins

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Just in time for Vaisakhi, CIBC is exclusively offering Canadians limited edition, festive gold and silver coins to commemorate this year’s celebration. CIBC is...

Sharifa Khan breaks glass ceiling as the country’s first multicultural marketer...

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Toronto, ON – Visionary marketer, Sharifa Khan, founder and CEO of Canada’s largest, longest-running multicultural marketing agency, has broken many glass ceilings throughout her...

BC stops indoor dining, fitness, religious service due to Covid-19 surge

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BC is stopping indoor dining and liquor sales, fitness and indoor religious services for the next three weeks, in what provincial health officer...

BC looks at vaccine priority for Surrey educators

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Surrey teachers may receive Covid-19 vaccine sooner rather than later. BCl health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry talked about the virus risk in the City of...

VCH opens public vaccination clinics

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British Columbia opened its public vaccination clinics Monday, one year after a COVID-19 pandemic was declared. One of the locations is the Creekside Community...

Two men in jail for hosting party during Covid-19 pandemic

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Vancouver police arrested two men on early Saturday morning and alleged they were hosting a party in downtown condo, a violation of BC’s...

BC’s overdose crisis takes a record 165 lives in January

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Photos shared by Annie Storey show her son Alex with his arms wrapped around his young daughter, as the little girl smiles from ear...

Pharmacy technicians, Dentists, and midwives allowed to give Covid-19 vaccine...

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Some of BC's 172 mass immunization clinics will need up to 500 staff, Dentists, midwives, pharmacy technicians and a raft of other health professionals will...