Surrey

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The B.C. mayor who promised to fire the RCMP

An old hand in Surrey politics has found new life in the role of populist, socially liberal, law-and-order suburban disruptor
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How a pesky peacock invasion is dividing a Surrey, B.C. neighbourhood

Nature’s most beautiful bird or a car-attacking menace? Peafowl are causing conflict among residents.
A man watches on at a crime scene following a shooting in Scarborough, a suburb in east Toronto

Gun violence isn’t just a U.S. problem—and Canada isn’t immune

Opinion: Canada shouldn’t ignore its own gun-violence problems, from rising rates in our cities to inadequate government support
AFTER ORLANDO Feature

A rabbi walks into a gay bar: After Orlando, a pride revolution

In once-unsympathetic cities like Surrey, in churches and Orthodox synagogues, the senseless violence of Orlando has sparked a movement
Surrey has had many shootings since the beginning of 2016. (Rafferty Baker/CBC)

The fight to staunch a street war in Surrey

A hundred new RCMP officers have failed to protect Surrey from an all-too-familiar wave of gun violence. So now what?
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Surrey’s infamous dead-end road

Four of Surrey’s 10 homicide victims this year have ended up on the same isolated road
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Lawyer calls for another new law school

We’ve heard of the rural shortage. But a suburban shortage?
Who cares about libraries

Who cares about libraries?

Canadians apparently. Far from being under siege (except in Toronto), they’re thriving—and experimenting.
Good News

This week: Good news, bad news

Hope comes to the U.S. economy, while a suicide attack devastates Russia