Surrey RCMP are needing your help finding a woman wanted on an arrest warrant – 29 year old Ashley Christina Smith broke court orders related to a break and enter charge.









If you see her – do not approach – but call 911 instead.

If you take the bus or skytrain – better buy a mask quick!
As of August 24th – face masks are mandatory on all public transit to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
People with underlying health conditions or disabilities, as well children under five won’t have to wear them!

Even more exciting hospital news for Cloverdale.
John Horgan announcing today a regional cancer treatment enter is set to be included in the brand new hospital – with construction hoped to start in 2022.
Along with cancer treatment, the center will also focus on cancer research and education – with one already in surrey memorial hospital.

An early Thursday morning fire at a Khalsa Centre summer camp near mission this morning has turned suspicious – police suspecting it may have been deliberately set.
The camp isn’t saying if anyone was staying on the grounds at the time of the fire – no suspects at this time.

The feds say they’re “profoundly concerned” that a Canadian citizen has been sentenced to death in China – xu Wei-hong was given the sentence for drug charges – his accomplis given a ‘life’ sentence.

Countries are banding together to help Beirut following this week’s deadly explosion in the city – killing at least 135 – injuring more than five-thousand.
Canada has pledged to send five-million dollars – france raising its own money for food, medicine, housing and other urgent aid.

Canadian Tire recorded a second-quarter loss of 20-million dollars due to the pandemic. – other stores it owns including Sport Chek and Hell hansen also seeing significant revenue drop.

Surrey’s first ever police board meeting is set to happen Thursday morning.
The board consists of nine members, including mayor doug mccallum, who will be in charged of hiring a chief constable, setting policies, and overseeing the budget of switching to a local police force.
The meeting will be live streamed from the city website starting at 10am.

The buyers are coming back in Vancouver – home sales were up close to 25-percent in July compared to last year – prices also rising five percent – defying many people’s expectations the market would plummet from the pandemic.

Bonnie Henry says a key part of keeping community’s safe right now is checking in on your family and friends on how their physical and mental health is doing – especially those who may be self-isolating.

Lebanese officials are pointing the blame of the massive explosion that has killed close to 50 people to the city’s port – where there are unconfirmed reports the blast was caused when a warehouse of ammonium nitrate at the port caught fire.
To see an upclose video of the blast head to our Facebook page!

More than 650 homeless people were counted during Surrey’s homeless count at the start of the pandemic – Vancouver doing its first homeless count at the same time – totalling more 35-hundred homeless – remaining the highest in the province.

More than 50 people came together outside the Vancouver Art Gallery yesterday for a candlelight vigil to mourn those killed in the Beirut explosion.
The blast killed 135 people and injured about 5,000 others on Tuesday.

Bombardier airlines is reporting a loss of almost 225-million dollars in the states in the second year of this year – compared to 36 last year. Ouch!