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Running from June 15 – August 15, the challenge engages our community in a fun, family friendly initiative to help spread the word that our fish and streams are directly impacted by pollutants that go into storm drains.
MANILA GREY, Shad, Sharry Mann and Zora Randhawa to headline 15th annual event.
The Museum of Surrey is celebrating inclusion and diversity in the community with a free family friendly event on June 25 from 1 to 4 p.m. called SENSES – Family Kickoff to Summer.
Surrey City Council celebrated the opening of a resurfaced athletics track and a new artificial turf field at South Surrey Athletic Park with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Saturday.
Soak up the sun and enjoy outdoor summer fun!
Danielle Ellis is training for the 2022 Sitting Volleyball World Championships, where her team will compete for top spot this November.
As part of ongoing city beautification efforts, new street furniture was unveiled for the Newton community on June 11th during the inaugural Car Free Day event hosted by the Newton Business Improvement Association (BIA).
The City of Surrey has officially kicked off its recruitment period to fill a variety of positions for the upcoming 2022 municipal election.
Hosted by the local land-based First Nations, Semiahma (Semiahmoo), q̓ʷɑ:n̓ƛ̓ən̓ (Kwantlen), and q̓ic̓əy̓ (Katzie), this Indigenous-led event is an opportunity to acknowledge and show respect and admiration for Indigenous Peoples past, present and future; to share cultural history; and to share spirit, experiences, stories, song, art and dance with each other and the community.
More preparatory work for the Surrey-Langley SkyTrain extension is about to get underway after City Council approved a $17.5 million contract during its Regular Council Meeting last week.
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