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Pop Up Gallery brings new life to Newton

May 18, 2016 |

Newton is a community on the rise, all thanks to the hard work of its engaged and dedicated locals. Building on the success of The Grove, a dark and derelict forest that has been reclaimed as a creative public space, … Read More

Phototour: Newton Reservoir Park

December 1, 2015 |

As we reported several months back, the City has built a new park in the heart of Newton. The design is meant to help regulate flows into Hyland Creek and act as a stormwater detention pond. The City has built … Read More

City shining new light for safety, environment

May 11, 2015 |

To address concerns of public safety, and meet the City’s long term energy and environmental goals, new and replacement LED street lighting will be installed in critical areas of both the downtown and Newton.

Newton revitalization beginning with new lake and park

April 23, 2015 |

Four years since the revised Newton Town Centre plan was approved, work is finally beginning on one of the major civic projects in that vision: a new park and lake to anchor the southern edge of the community.

What is currently a … Read More

Massey Tunnel replacement continues to move forward

March 8, 2013 |

The Province has wrapped up Phase 1 of consultations on the Massey Tunnel replacement project. According to the report on Phase 1, the top three issues residents want addressed with the project are congestion, economic growth, and transport alternatives.

Phase … Read More

TransLink concludes SkyTrain clear winner for Vancouver – and Surrey

March 6, 2013 |

TransLink has officially completed their multi-year rapid transit studies, one for Vancouver and one for Surrey. The result? SkyTrain is the preferred option for both cities. Let’s dive in to the numbers.

First is Vancouver. TransLink narrowed down the options … Read More

BC Liberal candidate Sukh Dhaliwal facing tax-evasion charges

February 6, 2013 |

The BC Liberal candidate for Surrey-Panorama, former federal Liberal MP Sukh Dhaliwal, is facing charges of six years of federal tax evasion. The maximum charges for tax evasion are a $25,000 fine and up to a year in prison. … Read More

City wants to build 18 electric vehicle charging stations

June 20, 2012 |

The City is applying for a provincial grant to cost-share the installation of 18 electric vehicle charging stations at public facilities across Surrey. If the full request is met, the province would pay $72,000 of the bill, while the City … Read More