Surrey RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a missing female.
Sabrena REINER was last seen on April 24, 2017 in the area of 72nd Avenue and King George Boulevard. She has not been seen or heard from since.
REINER is described as a 35 year old Caucasian female, 5'7” tall, 100 lbs, with brown hair and brown eyes. Her last known clothing description is unavailable at this time.
Police are concerned for her health and well-being.
Anyone with information about the whereabouts of this person is asked to contact the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502, or Crime Stoppers, if they wish to remain anonymous, at 1-800-222-8477 or www.solvecrime.ca, quoting file number 2017-50389.
TD Concerts at the Pier RETURNS!
Are you ready to rock? The White Rock Business Improvement Association, in partnership with TD Canada Trust, City of White Rock and REMAX, is proud to announce the stellar artist line-up for the 3rd annual TD Concerts at the Pier, the 60 year-old city’s successful new summer concert series to be presented again in July and August, 2017. The concert series Main Stage will be located on the White Rock waterfront near the iconic White Rock Pier.
We will have all the details of this summer's free foncert series Wednesday morning. Check back for this year's great lineup of musical talent.
April 28, 2017
That's All Folks
The second and final all candidates meeting occurred last night at the White Rock Community Centre.
It was standing room only for the attendees.
Now you are on your own. Unless you are fortunate enough to have a candidate knock on your door your questions will go unanswered.
Meet your candidates - click on name for candidate profiles
It what many would call saber rattling, yesterday Liberal leader CHRISTY CLARK struck back at Donald Trump's proposed tariff on Canadian lumber shipments to the United States. On a campaign whistle stop yesterday at Surrey's Catalyst Paper's distribution centre in Surrey.
CLARK came out swinging at America's plan to issue a tariff on British Columbia lumber being shipped into the U.S. Market. CLARK has now centered her ire squarely on U.S thermal coal that has run along the tracks in South Surrey and White Rock for years.
“We had an obligation to be good trading partners with our trading partners in the United States,” she told reporters at a Catalyst Paper mill in Surrey. “They are no longer good trading partners with Canada. So that means we’re free to ban filthy thermal coal from B.C. ports, and I hope the federal government will support us in doing that.”
Port communities in Washington, Oregon and California have said no to exporting thermal coal from the Powder River Basin in Montana and Wyoming, citing health risks and financial instability. B.C. is the last outlet for thermal coal in the Pacific Northwest.
British Columbia's ports come under Federal authority but CLARK believes there are options at the Provincial level to stop or impose levies on what she now deems as "filthy thermal coal."
Are B.C. Taxpayers Paying $3.5 Billion for Massey Bridge to Make Room for Coal, LNG Exports?
See specimen trees, bird life and explore the giant trail network of the Godwin Biodiversity Preserve. This is a unique site and as such, the entire park is no dogs, on or off leash. Please be sure you respect this great park and leave your pooch at home. There are alternatives off-leash parks nearby at Freedom off-leash area or at Tynehead Regional Park. The park is now open and check back soon for the grand opening in Spring, 2017.
Location: 9016 164 St
Hours: Dawn until dusk.
In the park you'll find a variety of natural assets including riparian areas protecting E Creek that flows north to the Serpentine River. Be sure to also check out the hundreds of specimen trees including some rare varieties and a registered heritage tree that is 175 feet tall. If you're interested in seeing animals the pond in this park is home to a variety of bird life. Explore the great old field habitat, an old fruit tree garden with apples, blueberries, and figs, and walk along the looping trail network to see all of the above.
The park was acquired in 2015 through the Federal Eco-gifting program. The Godwin Family donated this land to the City so that it will be protected in perpetuity as a legacy for the Godwin family. Over the years they planted hundreds of Sequoias, Redwoods, Firs and many other species. There are interpretive signs in the park with more information about the Godwin family and the importance of these lands as a unique natural area. A management plan was created in keeping with the conditions of the eco-gifting and will be managed as a natural park by the City of Surrey.
This family garden spot on 148th street (Just south of Crescent Road) is a true Semiahmoo Peninsula treasure.
Vegetable, decorative and flowering plants galore for a fraction of the price you will pay anywhere else. If the sign is up at the end of the driveway, they are open. Weekends for sure.
April 23, 2017
CONGRATULATIONS to Laura Cornale on her award for COMMUNITY HERO AWARD presented last evening at SOURCE'S BUSINESS FOUNDATION gala.
The day the Five Corner Fire ripped through the condos and commercial section on Pacific Avenue, LAURA quickly concluded she was out of business for a period of time, but her main concern were were customers and neighbours who had lost their homes and possessions. Within days LAURA had raised over $35,000.00 for our community.
LAURA'S COFFEE CORNER is open today on Pacific Avenue just East of her old location. Tell her how much you care.
White Rock Eagle Cam - Live
The Hancock Foundation has turned on the camera mounted above the eagle nest perched high above the cliffs in Ocean Park.
The pair of eagles are now the proud parents of two baby eaglets. Mom stays in the nest while Dad hunts for food.
Have you ever put vinegar on your plants? You just might convert after watching this video.
Joke Of The Day
United Airlines testing New Slogans
Drag and Drop.
We put the hospital in hospitality.
Board as a doctor, leave as a patient.
Our prices cant be beaten, but our passengers can.
We have First Class, Business Class and No Class.
Not enough seating, prepare for a beating.
We treat you like we treat your luggage.
We beat the customer. Never the competition.
And you thought leg room was an issue.
Where voluntary is mandatory.
Fight or flight. We decide.
Now offering one free carry off.
Beating random customers since 2017.
If our staff needs a seat, well drag you out by your feet.
A bloody good airline