Surrey Board of Trade Donates $10,000 to Surrey’s Children in Need of Breakfast and Lunch for Upcoming School Season
Annual Active New Immigrant Image, the positive contributions in the community!
Year 2021 : an active and positive new immigrant model in the community! Zarif Akbarian, a member of a multilingual non-profit organization who is the coordinator for Seniors Program! He … Read More
Four Surrey athletes among 10 Indigenous Youth Excellence in Sport award winners Recipients include Hillary Birkett, Clinton Cameron, Kendrick Lounsbury and Taya Suttill
An awards event was MADE by the Indigenous Sport, Physical Activity & Recreation Council (I·SPARC), with broadcaster Blake Price hosting. “Each recipient embodies the qualities of a leader, is … Read More
Fighting systemic racism, improving government services morning news speech today by BC GOVERNMENT King Jin comment: thank , acknowledge and respect the First nation generous to allowing us to live on their land/traditional territories. This is a great step toward racial issues solution via legislation
African Art & Cultural SocietyBonjour! Jereme BrooksGood morning from Mediate BC and the Child Protection Mediation Program Mahdiyar BiaziGood morning from unceded territories of the … Read More
BC GOVERNMENT : Masks are mandatory in public indoor settings for people aged 12 and older NOW. JW COMMENT: SAFETY FIRST
Dr. Bonnie Henry announced that as of today (August 25, 2021) masks are mandatory in public indoor settings for people aged 12 and older. Masks are required at the following locations: … Read More
HISTORY ROLL BACK today: Metacom (also called King Philip), intertribal chief of the Wampanoag, was killed, ending the conflict between Native Americans and English settlers known as King Philip’s War.
King Philip’s War, (1675–76)Bloodiest conflict between American colonists and Indians in 17th-century New England. By 1660 colonial settlers, no longer dependent on Indians for survival, had pushed into Indian territory … Read More