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Bhavkiran Dhesi’s body was found Aug. 2, 2017 in South Surrey. (Contributed photo)

Two more charged in slaying of B.C. teen Bhavkiran Dhesi

Five people, including three from the same family, now facing charges

Bhavkiran Dhesi’s body was found Aug. 2, 2017 in South Surrey. (Contributed photo)
Constable Josh Harms has returned to work following the Jan. 30 shooting. (Photo: Metro Vancouver Transit Police)

Transit police officer shot at Surrey SkyTrain station ‘excited to be back at work’

Josh Harms was shot in the arm at Scott Road station on Jan. 30

Constable Josh Harms has returned to work following the Jan. 30 shooting. (Photo: Metro Vancouver Transit Police)
A screen grab from a video shows a Surrey RCMP officer approaching a car in a McDonalds drive-thru in Surrey. (Submitted)

B.C. Mountie’s warning to not talk on phone to driver at drive-thru sparks online rage

Police say it was just a ‘quick reminder’ for driver who was on phone before pulling into drive-thru

A screen grab from a video shows a Surrey RCMP officer approaching a car in a McDonalds drive-thru in Surrey. (Submitted)
It’s estimated Surrey’s Vaisakhi parade in Newton on Saturday drew more than 500,000 people. (Photo: Lauren Collins)

RCMP arrest B.C. man following threatening Vaisakhi Facebook post

Post made reference to pressure cooker bomb at massive Surrey parade

It’s estimated Surrey’s Vaisakhi parade in Newton on Saturday drew more than 500,000 people. (Photo: Lauren Collins)
B.C. councillor calls for ‘better system’ when hospitals release homeless patients

B.C. councillor calls for ‘better system’ when hospitals release homeless patients

Chilliwack mayor alleges in a letter that Surrey Memorial patients sent to shelters in his city

B.C. councillor calls for ‘better system’ when hospitals release homeless patients
Officers from Surrey Pretrial Services Centre rallied outside of the centre on Friday (March 8) about the “unmanageable levels” of inmate-to-officer ratios at B.C. prisons. (Photo: Lauren Collins)

VIDEO: Officers rally as violence in B.C. jails hit all-time high

Inmate-to-officer ratio is ‘now as high as 72:1’: BCGEU

Officers from Surrey Pretrial Services Centre rallied outside of the centre on Friday (March 8) about the “unmanageable levels” of inmate-to-officer ratios at B.C. prisons. (Photo: Lauren Collins)
Surrey RCMP have released a surveillance photo of the suspect following Wednesday’s (Jan. 30) shooting at Scott Road SkyTrain station. (Photo: Police handout)

Suspect in transit cop shooting was jailed in 2011 for killing man at Surrey McDonald’s

Daon Gordon Glasgow, 35, pleaded guilty to manslaughter in 2010 death of Terry Blake Scott

Surrey RCMP have released a surveillance photo of the suspect following Wednesday’s (Jan. 30) shooting at Scott Road SkyTrain station. (Photo: Police handout)
Police surround the Scott Road SkyTrain station in Surrey after an officer was shot on Jan. 30, 2019. (Black Press Media)

Police continue search for suspect after transit officer shot in Surrey

Police warn public to stay away from area of Scott Road SkyTrain Station

Police surround the Scott Road SkyTrain station in Surrey after an officer was shot on Jan. 30, 2019. (Black Press Media)
‘Pleasantly surprised’: Mounties try out ‘bait packages’ at 2 B.C. malls

‘Pleasantly surprised’: Mounties try out ‘bait packages’ at 2 B.C. malls

Surrey RCMP used the packages ahead of the holiday season, with officers watching for who was naughty and who was nice

‘Pleasantly surprised’: Mounties try out ‘bait packages’ at 2 B.C. malls
A student at Senator Reid Elementary in Surrey takes a quiz through Kids Boost Immunity which donates vaccines to UNICEF Canada. Students at the school have answered more than 50,000 questions and donated more than 3,000 vaccines. (Photo: Lauren Collins)

VIDEO: This B.C. school leads country in vaccine donations to UNICEF

Federally funded Kids Boost Immunity uses quizzes to earn vaccinations

A student at Senator Reid Elementary in Surrey takes a quiz through Kids Boost Immunity which donates vaccines to UNICEF Canada. Students at the school have answered more than 50,000 questions and donated more than 3,000 vaccines. (Photo: Lauren Collins)
Jonathan Sedman, right, with his partner Christa, got to meet his newborn son, Kayden, over the weekend. Sedman was ivolved in an accident at a race track on Vancouver Island last month. (Photo submitted: Jennifer Sedman)

Man holds newborn son for first time after devastating B.C. racetrack crash

Kayden was born the day after Jonathan was crushed by car at speedway

Jonathan Sedman, right, with his partner Christa, got to meet his newborn son, Kayden, over the weekend. Sedman was ivolved in an accident at a race track on Vancouver Island last month. (Photo submitted: Jennifer Sedman)
Tabitha Ewert, legal counsel for We Need a Law, stands in front of some of the 50,000 flags at Holland Park on Thursday, Oct. 11. The flags were meant to shine a light on sex-selection abortions in Canada. (Photo: Lauren Collins)

50,000 pink flags planted at B.C. park shine light on sex-selection abortion

We Need a Law group ‘advocates for fetal interest’ protection: legal counsel

Tabitha Ewert, legal counsel for We Need a Law, stands in front of some of the 50,000 flags at Holland Park on Thursday, Oct. 11. The flags were meant to shine a light on sex-selection abortions in Canada. (Photo: Lauren Collins)
Kayla Polege, a Surrey resident with autism, had her scooter stolen last week from Scott Road Station. Polege said the scooter has helped her get around following a few incidents of overstimulation on while taking transit. (Submitted photo: Kayla Polege)

B.C. woman with autism has scooter stolen from SkyTrain station

Kayla Polege purchased scooter after ‘shutdowns’ on transit

Kayla Polege, a Surrey resident with autism, had her scooter stolen last week from Scott Road Station. Polege said the scooter has helped her get around following a few incidents of overstimulation on while taking transit. (Submitted photo: Kayla Polege)
Surrey RCMP is asking for the public’s help in locating a missing family of four. The Anderson’s were reported missing on Sept. 11. Pictured above is the mother Nona with her two daughters Chanel, 13, and Mariah, 10. (Photo: Surrey RCMP)

UPDATE: Missing B.C. family of four has been found ‘safe’: RCMP

Anderson family of Surrey was reported missing on Tuesday by another family member

Surrey RCMP is asking for the public’s help in locating a missing family of four. The Anderson’s were reported missing on Sept. 11. Pictured above is the mother Nona with her two daughters Chanel, 13, and Mariah, 10. (Photo: Surrey RCMP)
Qualicum Beach council voted in favour of applying a two-hour parking restriction throughout the uptown area at the Monday, Aug. 20 regular council meeting. — Lauren Collins photo

Parking restriction coming to Qualicum Beach uptown

Town has parking management issue: staff

Qualicum Beach council voted in favour of applying a two-hour parking restriction throughout the uptown area at the Monday, Aug. 20 regular council meeting. — Lauren Collins photo
Qualicum Beach staff says seasonal bylaw officer needed

Qualicum Beach staff says seasonal bylaw officer needed

Increase in homeless camps a factor: staff

Qualicum Beach staff says seasonal bylaw officer needed
LETTER: Some credit is due to BC NDP

LETTER: Some credit is due to BC NDP

The basic funding system for parties has always been by private donation…

LETTER: Some credit is due to BC NDP
The Errington Volunteer Fire Department posted this photo to its page. The department has been deployed near Burns Lake to help battle the wildfires in the Interior. — Errington Volunteer Fire Department Facebook photo
The Errington Volunteer Fire Department posted this photo to its page. The department has been deployed near Burns Lake to help battle the wildfires in the Interior. — Errington Volunteer Fire Department Facebook photo
Jonathan Bouchard works on what turned out to be the winning sculpture in the doubles category of the Quality Foods Sand Sculpting Competition. Winners were announced at Parksville Community Park on Sunday, July 15. Bouchard and Jacinthe Trudel’s sculpture is of a sea turtle, biological on one side, and made out of manmade items on the other. — Adam Kveton photo

Parksville Beach Fest wraps up

Attendance down three per cent, people’s choice awards announced

Jonathan Bouchard works on what turned out to be the winning sculpture in the doubles category of the Quality Foods Sand Sculpting Competition. Winners were announced at Parksville Community Park on Sunday, July 15. Bouchard and Jacinthe Trudel’s sculpture is of a sea turtle, biological on one side, and made out of manmade items on the other. — Adam Kveton photo
Town of Qualicum Beach calls on province to take action

Town of Qualicum Beach calls on province to take action

Motions follow up to woman who stepped on needle in QB

Town of Qualicum Beach calls on province to take action