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Organization behind hamper program in Surrey worries it won't be able to meet demand for children's presents
The Cloverdale Community Kitchen in Surrey, B.C., says it wants to give hundreds of children Christmas presents this year, but worries it won't be able to meet a surge of demand.
How celebrating the ugly Christmas sweater went from a B.C. house party to a global phenomenon
Twenty years ago this Christmas season, two university students tried on matching penguin sweaters in a Coquitlam, B.C., mall and exchanged glances. Thus was a legend born.
Surrey residents call for more services for children at new hospital being built in Cloverdale
Shovels are expected to be in the ground for a hospital in Cloverdale next year, but some residents say pediatric services and a maternity ward are vital for the new facility as the community continues to grow with more young families.
Thousands of salmon return to spawning grounds after channel dug around Coldwater River logjam
One year after the floods of November 2021 left coho salmon stranded behind a logjam in the Coldwater River, recovery efforts have cleared the way for 2,000 of the fish to swim upstream to their spawning grounds.
Coroner's jury in death of Cree teen calls for reform of services for children in care
A coroner’s jury has reached its verdict in the death of 17-year-old Traevon Chalifoux-Desjarlais in a group home in Abbotsford, B.C., recommending more family-based services for children in care and faster action when those children go missing.