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2013 Liberal budget neglects Surrey’s priorities

February 20, 2013 |

The BC Liberal government’s final budget has been released, promising to close the deficit through restrained spending, corporate and personal tax increases, and economic growth. But what does it mean for Surrey?

Our city is in desperate need of infrastructure … Read More

The next phase of SFU Surrey

November 26, 2012 |

There’s been a lot of chatter recently about the future of SFU Surrey. The campus at Central City, which celebrated its 10th anniversary this year, is maxed out, serving over 7,000 students, not including life-long learning programs. Over 67% of … Read More

City poised to partner for SFU expansion

April 12, 2012 |

The Surrey City Development Corporation has quietly added a new project to their website: the expansion of SFU. The university has long planned to build a student residences facility in the City Centre, but the project continues to be postponed.

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Know Your Donor: Who funded Surrey First Education?

April 2, 2012 |

Following in the spirit of a similar series by our friends over at CityCaucus, we are delving into the numbers to see who funded the campaigns in the November municipal elections. You can view financial statements from all … Read More

Know Your Donor: Who funded the SCC?

March 30, 2012 |

Following in the spirit of a similar series by our friends over at CityCaucus, we are delving into the numbers to see who funded the campaigns in the November municipal elections. You can view financial statements from all candidates … Read More

Election candidates announced!

October 14, 2011 |

The deadline for candidacy for local office in Surrey has ended. Here’s the preliminary list of candidates for Mayor, Council, and School Board. Candidates can be legally challenged or can withdraw from the race for the next week.

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Kwantlen U-Pass debuts innovative shuttle, car share services

September 15, 2011 |

When university classes resume for a new semester next week, Kwantlen students will now have a myriad of transportation options to get to school. The Kwantlen Student Association is launching its unique variant of the U-Pass, the so-called MultiPass. Because … Read More

What are Surrey’s most pressing issues? [poll]

August 23, 2011 |

With the municipal election just a few months away, politicians and interest groups will soon be presenting their visions for the future of Surrey. In the spirit of direct democracy, I thought I’d present the question to you directly: What … Read More