It seems Surrey is very comfortable with its Liberal MLAs, thank you very much.
Local Liberal candidates rode a wave of support to victory, literally in some cases.
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Queens Avenue Daycare is proud of its legacy of offering quality childcare in the Royal City.
The governing Liberal party could well be in for a routing come May 14 if historic voting patterns in British Columbia hold true.
Supernatural - A Santana Experience: Concert on Friday, April 5 at Blue Frog Studios, 1328 Johnston Rd., White Rock, featuring guitarist Doug Towle and band. Tickets $35, www.dougtowle.com. Vancouver Symphony
Tillers Folly: Local Celtic/ Americana band performs Friday, March 29 at Blue Frog studio/concert hall, White Rock. Tickets $35, bluefrogstudios.ca/newshows.html.
Premier Christy Clark declared Surrey to be "ground zero" in the Liberals' provincial election campaign during a tightly choreographed stop in Fleetwood on Tuesday.
A volunteer cop with the Burnaby RCMP is the B.C. Conservative Party's MLA candidate in Surrey-Panorama.
Following the announcement that he's running for the B.C. Liberals in the upcoming provincial election, Surrey Coun. Marvin Hunt has said if he wins the Surrey-Panorama seat in the May 14 election, it "will become council's decision" whether he steps down as a city councillor.
A $24-million interchange project between Highway 99 and 16th Avenue kicked off Friday following a groundbreaking ceremony featuring a who's who of local politicians.
Veteran Surrey city councillor Marvin Hunt is running for the B.C. Liberals in Surrey-Panorama in the coming provincial election.
The more one delves into the Feb. 19 budget delivered by the B.C. Liberals, the more questions it raises about a future under control of the party.
THE more one delves into the Feb. 19 budget delivered by the B.C. Liberals, the more questions it raises about a future under control of the party.
The New Democrats have their MLA candidates all selected in Surrey's eight provincial ridings and Delta North while the governing Liberals have yet to secure two more candidates, and the Green Party and B.C. Conservatives still have to find seven more candidates each.
It was business as usual for members of the South Surrey and White Rock business community Thursday as they came together to recognize the winners of the 14th annual Business Excellence Awards.
Surrey Liberal backbencher MLA Dave Hayer's taxpayer-funded travel expenses have once again far surpassed those of his fellow local MLAs.
South Surrey may not be getting a gaming facility, but Newton might.Gateway Casinos & Entertainment Limited is permitted to redevelop the Newton Square Bingo Hall into a community gaming centre, according to a corporate report that was approved by council last October.
With the denial of the South Surrey casino still fresh in the minds of many, the question of "what now?" is being asked around Surrey.On the provincial level, it appears as if the decision means gaming in Surrey is done, said Jim Lightbody, vice president of casino and gaming for the British Columbia Lottery Corporation.