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Weekend Update

Tomorrow the White Rock Community Centre becomes the centre of the city wide Christmas celebrations.

Tonight Blue Frog says Viva Las Vegas with a magician headlining two shows, The White Rock Social Justice Film Festival present a thought provoking movie on GMO and the Surrey Eagles tonight take to the ice at the South Surrey Arena.

Sunday visit the Farmer's Market before you settle into you Grey Cup Party.




Real Estate Roundup

Check out our weekly real estate advice from "the experts" The Higgins Boys, Neil & Scott.

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Take the virtual tour of this week's OPEN HOUSE


Local News

November 28, 2014

Today - Surrey RCMP "Pack the Police Car" in Cloverdale

Today and December 5th, the Surrey RCMP will be inviting the community to help "Pack the Police Car" with non-perishable food, gifts, cash donations, and other needed items in support of the Cloverdale Christmas Hamper Program.

When and Where:
Friday, November 28th, 1:00pm - 7:00pm, Clover Crossing Mall, 17600 block of 64th Avenue, Surrey
Friday, December 5th, 1:00pm - 7:00pm, Hillcrest Village Mall, 18600 block of Fraser Hwy, Surrey

"We hope that, with the generous support of Surrey citizens, we can pack our police cars full of food and gifts to ensure that local families in need can have a happy holiday season," says Surrey RCMP Cpl. Bert Paquet.

Donation suggestions:
Non-perishable food items such as: canned vegetables and fruit, soup, crackers, snacks, canned meat/fish, condiments, pasta, rice, etc.
Grocery and food gift cards
Toiletries and personal care items
New gloves, socks and scarves
New unwrapped children's toys and gifts (ages newborn-12 years)
Mall or retail store gift cards (for youth ages 13-17)

Please join the Surrey RCMP for "Pack the Police Car" in support of the Cloverdale Christmas Hamper Program this holiday season.


November 27, 2014

Cloverdale To Get Grey Cup?

l-r Kyle Miller & Adam Berger

No matter what happens Sunday in the Grey Cup game at BC Place, the Grey Cup itself will be coming to Cloverdale. The Hamilton Tiger Cats KYLE MILLER and the Calgary Stampeders ADAM BERGER both graduates of the Lord Tweedsmuir football program, will set friendships aside when they meet in 102nd Grey Cup.


A Mother's Love Story

CTV news anchor TAMARA TAGGART stood quietly at the back of Blue Frog studios on Friday night beaming with pride as her husband DAVE GENN held down the duties of lead guitar for the popular rock band 54-40.

Tamara and Dave have 3 beautiful children and 1 of them just happens to have an extra chromosome. Tamara has had numerous conversations with health care professionals regarding her son Beckett, and has led her to where she is today, that the conversation needs to change.

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November 26, 2014

Body Found In Langley

A dead-end section of 64 Avenue, just west of 248 Street and south of Highway 1, was behind police tape Tuesday afternoon.

Two tents and several investigators and police vehicles could be seen on the avenue, which is in a quiet and rural area.

Police have not identified the body, and have not yet confirmed that the case is for certain a homicide.

More information may be released today.


Newton Mystery

Wednesday morning at approximately 2 a.m. Surrey R.C.M.P. received a 911 call advising that a male was getting into a taxi in the 7400 block of 121A St. in the Newton area. The man was bleeding badly from a wound to his neck. Members of the Surrey R.C.M.P. attended to the scene. The male had walked away from the taxi as police had arrived. Police located the male a short distance away. The male was transported to hospital by E.H.S. The male is supplying few details of the incident and was not being fully cooperative with police. The males injury is not life threatening.

Surrey R.C.M.P. are seeking the publics assistance, and are asking anyone who may have witnessed the incident that caused the wound to the males neck, or observed the injured male in the area of the 7400 block of 121A St., Surrey, B.C. are asked to call the Surrey R.C.M.P. at 604-599-0502 or to call Crime Stoppers.


Meet The 2014 SASSY AWARD Winners

The 4th Annual SASSY (Service Above Self Surrey Youth) Awards, was hosted Friday November 21st at the Surrey Arts Centre by the Semiahmoo Rotary Club in partnership with the City of Surrey, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Surrey School District and with support from Peninsula Community Foundation and the White Rock and Central City Rotary Clubs.

(click here to meet the brightest and most talented youth of Surrey)


November 25, 2014

Surrey Homicide

On Sunday afternoon the Surrey RCMP attended a residence in the 6900 block of 152 Street for an unresponsive female. Upon attendance the female was located, however, she was deceased and her injuries were consistent with foul play.

The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team was called in and has assumed the lead on this investigation. The streets ere still blocked off yesterday mid0day as the investigation continued.

"As this investigation is early the motive appears unclear but evidence thus far suggests this to be domestic related, "says Staff Sergeant Jennifer Pound.

While at scene the victim's husband was arrested and is currently in custody. He has not been formally charged at this point and his identity will not be released but I can tell you that both victim and suspect are in their 60's.



Off The Record


Are you confused about the protestors vs pipeline debate on Burnaby Mountain?

Burnaby Mayor DEREK CORRIGAN explains the debate.

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Night Owl

Tonight - A Few Tickets Left

Early show sold out. A few tickets left for Friday's late show. Doors 8:45pm / Show: 9pm

Direct from Las Vegas, MURRAY 'Celebrity Magician' Show is the headliner at the Tropicana Hotel & Casino as well as the History Channel's Pawn Stars live host on tour! You have seen Murray on over a dozen reality shows as well as a finalist on America's Got Talent. He performed the largest illusion ever on the show…he vanished a 1930 Steam Train Locomotive LIVE in front of 22 million viewers!!!

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We have your complete entertainment guide for the coming week and weekend around the Semiahmoo Peninsula.




Off The Record


Are you confused about the protestors vs pipeline debate on Burnaby Mountain?

Burnaby Mayor DEREK CORRIGAN explains the debate.

(click here)



Naked Truth

Friday evening THE PITCAIRNS "donned" their clothes and hopped on down to Blue Frog Studios to enjoy one of DON'S all time favourite bands 54-40.

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Coming Events

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BC Place Sunday Kick Off 4 p.m.

Tickets Still Available - click here


Who Doesn't Love A Road Trip?

The Canucks now head out on their first long road trip of this season.

The campaign begins Friday in Columbus, moves on to Detroit on Sunday morning 11 a.m. our time.

Seahawks Have 49'er's #

The Superbowl rematch last night saw our Seahawks defeat the 49'ers gain. Last night's score 19-3.


It is home and home games for the Eagles and Chilliwack Chiefs this weekend. The Eagles host the eastern valley Chiefs tonight @ 7 p.m. at South Surrey arena. Lots of tickets available at the door prior to game time @ 7 p.m.

Then Saturday the two teams meet again in Chilliwack.



Joke Of The Day

Large Family

The mother of a large family was explaining why she dresses her children alike, right down to the youngest baby.

"When we had just four children, I dressed them alike so we wouldn't lose any of them."

"Now," she added, looking around at her brood of nine, "I dress them alike so we won't pick up any that don't belong to us."


Video Of The Day

For all the protestors on Burnaby Mountain. We turn back the hands of time to 1975 for the funkiest protest song EVER.


Thought For The Day



Tomorrow In THE SUN

Weekend Update

The annual Semiahmoo Peninsula Christmas event kicks off Saturday






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