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Saturday, December 3, 2022

Surrey Police Service Engaging with Community Groups

Surrey’s new municipal police service had a busy month in July with numerous meetings and engagements with community groups across Surrey. Meaningful engagement with Surrey’s many diverse communities is a core element of Surrey Police Service (SPS). The SPS Community Engagement Team kicked off July at the Surrey Canada Day event, where they had a booth and interacted with...

Jogpaul shines bright at the BC Cup Naturals

Jogpaul Dilgir got into working out when he was around 14 years old and has been training consistently ever since. His passion for fitness has led him to create a career within the sport as he is the co-founder of an online coaching company called Iron Gorilla Fitness. He inspires to do further competitions in the future as he...

Billen girls make the community proud

Three young achievers Helena Billen, Jeenat Billen, Angel Billen have displayed an intense and excellent level of technique, courage, and training in the field of weightlifting. The girls hail from Surrey and have won many national and international titles at a very young age. The eldest sister, Helena Billen who is just 26-yearsold is a multiple time Junior National Champion....

HIGH COMMISSIONER OF INDIA TO CANADA H.E. AJAY BISARIA CONCLUDES SUCCESSFUL VISIT TO VANCOUVER

H.E. Ajay Bisaria, High Commissioner of India to Canada, recently concluded a successful visit to Vancouver aimed primarily at encouraging and promoting bilateral trade and investment opportunities between India and Canada. Commenced on July 19, the week-long visit concluded on July 25. “India Canada relations are multifaceted and growing stronger by the day. As large democracies and major G-20 countries...

Students at L.A. Matheson raise $7,000 to support Guru Nanak Diversity Village

Progressive Intercultural Community Services (PICS) Society is proud of youth at L.A Math - eson Secondary School in Surrey who have decided to dedicate the next 4 years for fundraising towards Guru Nanak Diversity Village (GNDV). L.A. Matheson students and teachers chose to actively fundraise during April to celebrate Vaisakhi and Sikh Heritage Month, raising $7,000 in just 3...