Surrey

Sergey Toporkov and Olena Toporkova in the garden of his uncle and aunt’s South Surrey home.

Ukraine refugees, now in B.C., bear witness to ordeal of war

Sergey Toporkov and his wife Olena arrived in Canada with little but the clothes on their backs

 

Surrey RCMP were called to help after a newborn seal was found alone on the beach at Blackie Spit on Sunday (May 22, 2022). (Glenn Petersen photo)

Seal pup ‘Timbit’ rescued from B.C. shoreline

Marine mammal rescue team believes mother abandoned newborn seal

 

A Transit Police officer and another driver were injured on Nov. 4, 2020 in a traffic crash while the officer was responding to another officer’s call for help catching a man who escaped custody. (File photo: Shane MacKichan)

Transit cop charged with dangerous driving causing bodily harm in Surrey crash

Const. Randeep Randhawa will appear in Surrey provincial court on June 15

 

Surrey’s Arshdeep Bains is expected to get an opportunity to show off his skills with the Abbotsford Canucks this season. (Red Deer Advocate photo)

Surrey’s Arshdeep Bains chasing pro hockey dream in Abbotsford

WHL’s top scorer looking to make an impact in Canucks organization

Surrey’s Arshdeep Bains is expected to get an opportunity to show off his skills with the Abbotsford Canucks this season. (Red Deer Advocate photo)
The BCSPCA says 59 cats and kittens, as well as one ewe, were rescued from a property in the Cloverdale over the weekend. (BCSPCA photo)

Dozens of kittens and one ewe rescued from abandoned Surrey property

BC SPCA says 59 cats and kittens found inside ‘extremely unsanitary’ Cloverdale home

The BCSPCA says 59 cats and kittens, as well as one ewe, were rescued from a property in the Cloverdale over the weekend. (BCSPCA photo)
Surrey flagger Tina Sanches at the corner of 96 Avenue and 160 Street on Monday. (Photo: Tom Zytaruk)

Mind flaggers and workers, road safety campaign urges

In B.C., 12 roadside workers died and 221 were injured over the past decade

Surrey flagger Tina Sanches at the corner of 96 Avenue and 160 Street on Monday. (Photo: Tom Zytaruk)
BC Appeal Court has dismissed South Surrey mother Lisa Batstone’s appeal of her sentence for second-degree murder in connection with the December 2014 smothering death of her eight-year-old daughter Teagan. (File photos)

B.C. mother fails in appeal of 15-year sentence for her daughter’s murder

Bid to reduce time served without elegibility for parole dismissed in BC Appeal Court

BC Appeal Court has dismissed South Surrey mother Lisa Batstone’s appeal of her sentence for second-degree murder in connection with the December 2014 smothering death of her eight-year-old daughter Teagan. (File photos)
This July will mark 10 years since the day Ashley Chauvin’s body was found on the bank of the Nicomekl River in South Surrey. Her mom continues to hold out hope that someone will come forward with information on her daughter’s last days. (File photo/Contributed photo)

B.C. mom appeals for information in unsolved death of daughter 10 years ago

Ashley Chauvin’s body was found near the Nicomekl River in July 2012

This July will mark 10 years since the day Ashley Chauvin’s body was found on the bank of the Nicomekl River in South Surrey. Her mom continues to hold out hope that someone will come forward with information on her daughter’s last days. (File photo/Contributed photo)
Statue of Lady Justice at B.C. Supreme Court in New Westminster. (File photo: Tom Zytaruk)

Surrey killer hunted for stranger to rob to get money for meth

His victim, an innocent stranger, was shot in the head while being pistol-whipped for six minutes

Statue of Lady Justice at B.C. Supreme Court in New Westminster. (File photo: Tom Zytaruk)
A judgement was expected today (Thursday) in South Surrey mother Lisa Batstone’s appeal of her sentence for second-degree murder in connection with the December 2014 smothering death of her eight-year-old daughter Teagan. (File photos)

Judgment expected Thursday in Batstone murder sentence appeal

Case of South Surrey mother who killed her daughter due to conclude in Vancouver court

A judgement was expected today (Thursday) in South Surrey mother Lisa Batstone’s appeal of her sentence for second-degree murder in connection with the December 2014 smothering death of her eight-year-old daughter Teagan. (File photos)
Lisa Deanne Batstone was found guilty in March 2019 of second-degree murder in connection with her daughter Teagan’s December 2014 death. (File photo)

South Surrey mother appeals second-degree murder sentence

Lisa Batstone due in court today regarding term imposed for smothering daughter

Lisa Deanne Batstone was found guilty in March 2019 of second-degree murder in connection with her daughter Teagan’s December 2014 death. (File photo)
Trevor Halford, Liberal MLA for Surrey-White Rock, and opposition critic for education, children, family development and childcare, said he isn’t about to be intimidated out of asking tough questions in the Legislature on behalf of constituents. (File photo)

No response from B.C. MLA to autism advocacy group’s apology demand

Surrey-White Rock MLA’s comments on autism funding were mocked in B.C. Legislature

Trevor Halford, Liberal MLA for Surrey-White Rock, and opposition critic for education, children, family development and childcare, said he isn’t about to be intimidated out of asking tough questions in the Legislature on behalf of constituents. (File photo)
Joanna Tucker and her father Frank Mueggenburg were among South Surrey and Langley residents who had expressed concerns with emissions proposed to be discharged from Weir Canada’s Campbell Heights facility. (File photo)

South Surrey rubber plant operated by Weir Minerals asks to boost emissions limit

‘Marginal’ increase reignites concern for Brookswood aquifer

Joanna Tucker and her father Frank Mueggenburg were among South Surrey and Langley residents who had expressed concerns with emissions proposed to be discharged from Weir Canada’s Campbell Heights facility. (File photo)
Surrey RCMP are advising sex-trade workers to be extra vigilant following an early-morning assault in Whalley. (File photo)
Surrey RCMP are advising sex-trade workers to be extra vigilant following an early-morning assault in Whalley. (File photo)
Statue of Lady Justice at B.C. Supreme Court in Vancouver. (File photo)
Statue of Lady Justice at B.C. Supreme Court in Vancouver. (File photo)
Items seized by CFSEU-BC in Surrey, Langley and Burnaby. (Photo: CFSEU-BC)

Cops seize 31,135 lethal doses of fentanyl in Surrey, Langley and Burnaby

Guns, cash, vehicles and other drugs and weapons were also seized in month-long campaign led by CFSEU-BC

Items seized by CFSEU-BC in Surrey, Langley and Burnaby. (Photo: CFSEU-BC)
Surrey RCMP Sgt. Elenore Sturko has put her law-enforcement career on hold to be the BC Liberals candidate for the Surrey South seat vacated by Stephanie Cadieux. (Contributed photo)

Face of Surrey RCMP taking run at Surrey South seat for BC Liberals

Elenore Sturko announced her bid Thursday morning

Surrey RCMP Sgt. Elenore Sturko has put her law-enforcement career on hold to be the BC Liberals candidate for the Surrey South seat vacated by Stephanie Cadieux. (Contributed photo)
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B.C. teacher reprimanded for angrily telling her class a student was failing

Teacher regulatory body document states Jasmine Kaur also ‘pulled on’ the student’s arm

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Former South Surrey resident Darryl Gagnon, 48, is hoping for a live-donor kidney transplant. (Contributed photo)

Live donor sought for B.C. man with failing kidneys

Darryl Gagnon, 48, wants to live to see his grandkids

Former South Surrey resident Darryl Gagnon, 48, is hoping for a live-donor kidney transplant. (Contributed photo)
Minaret at Newton���s Surrey Jamea Masjod mosque. (File photo Tom Zytaruk).

Water-throwing outside Surrey mosque not racially-motivated hate crime, cops say

Surrey RCMP not releasing details on motive. Suspects part of Muslim community

Minaret at Newton���s Surrey Jamea Masjod mosque. (File photo Tom Zytaruk).