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September 07, 2017

The Surrey Local Immigration Partnership (LIP) has received $20,000 from the Community Foundations of Canada (CFC) to develop an intensive series of English language classes...

September 07, 2017

Thirty-one gay and bisexual Chechen men and women have been granted asylum in Canada following a violent crackdown on LGTB people in the Russian republic. They are being...

September 06, 2017

For many Americans, making small talk usually means avoiding any discussion about politics, religion or money. But asking about a person's race or ethnicity, it seems, is still...

September 04, 2017

Nineteen-year-old Naim Saban balances on a log in East Sooke Park as he learns the story behind the ancient petroglyph carved onto a rock.

Randy Chipps, an elder from...

August 28, 2017

Canadians who do not identify as male or female will soon be able to mark "X" on their passports, instead of "M" or "F," the federal government announced late Thursday.

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August 26, 2017

Rami Tawil and his family left Syria for the safety of Canada 20 months ago. But he didn't leave behind his drive for the world of business.

The 42-year-old father of...

August 24, 2017

Are you a new resident of BC? Would you be interested in building connections within your community and health care services? Do you want to help identify what questions matter...

August 23, 2017

Business owners, local council, politicians and concerned neighbours discussed gun and drug violence in Surrey last night, as the province promises a $500,000 investment into...

August 21, 2017

Messages of love, acceptance and resilience filled the streets surrounding Vancouver’s city hall during an anti-racism rally Saturday.

More than 4,000 anti-racism...

August 18, 2017

ABOUT SURREY NEW - Newcomer Employment Week - October 21 - 27 2017

Canada is a country of immigrants. Every one of us has a family member, friend or...