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July 30

As part of the PARKit design challenge a popup park has opened up by the Surrey Central Station.

The pop up park in the city’s downtown core will stay open until...

July 29

The Government of British Columbia, with advice and support from the Province’s Multicultural Advisory Council, organizes the British Columbia Multicultural Awards to honour...

July 27

Surrey has hosted so many large events over the last few years that hardly anyone bats an eye when 100,000 people turn up for a festival.

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July 25

The plaza at city hall is a place for Ceilidh Tuesdays in August.

Live music and free dance lessons are promised at the "Dancing in the Plaza" events, presented by the...

July 23

Lilian To once left a family vacation in Los Angeles in order to fly back to Vancouver to attend a one-day S.U.C.C.E.S.S. board meeting.

“And then flew back to join us...

July 22

A new report has highlighted Canada’s track record of safety and peace, with further developments that should enable a future improvement in its ranking. According to the...

July 21

The City of Surrey hosted a Welcome Day for new refugees at City Hall yesterday. The family oriented event was held to welcome the newcomers and encourage their participation...

July 20

Since the first newcomers arrived on Canadian soil, a sense of possibility, innovation and discovery has been a defining part of our national identity.

Although times...

July 20

A few months ago, Manitoba proclaimed an important historical event for the year 2016: the 125th anniversary of the arrival of the first Ukrainians to Canada, and in particular...

July 19

Canada should resettle thousands of Yazidis and lead a referral of the Islamic State’s genocide against the religious minority to the International Criminal Court (ICC), the...

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