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Faith Gibson (right) has won a $6.2 million class-action settlement from the makers of Paxil

Surrey woman part of $6.2-million Paxil award

Faith Gibson takes GlaxoSmithKline to task over the prescription medication for anxiety and depression she took while pregnant.

Faith Gibson (right) has won a $6.2 million class-action settlement from the makers of Paxil
VPD Const. Jim Fisher receives an award for his work. He has now been charged with several sex charges.

VPD sex crimes cop busted for sexual assault

Vancouver Police Chief Adam Palmer calls arrest 'very troubling news.'

VPD Const. Jim Fisher receives an award for his work. He has now been charged with several sex charges.
Eliminating crime

Eliminating crime

New book looks at the seven essentials to beating back the criminal element

Eliminating crime
Surrey Board of Trade CEO met with Prime Minister Stephen Harper last Friday to discuss local economic issues.

Surrey Board of Trade boss meets with prime minister

Cross-border shopping, child care policy, free trade and credit card charges discussed with Stephen Harper

Surrey Board of Trade CEO met with Prime Minister Stephen Harper last Friday to discuss local economic issues.
Authorities say marijuana grow ops cause problems in homes regardless of whether they were run criminally or by licensed medical pot users.

Medical marijuana grow-ops to move out of homes

Federal government announces that commercial growers will sell all medical pot by 2014.

Authorities say marijuana grow ops cause problems in homes regardless of whether they were run criminally or by licensed medical pot users.
Three credit union CEOs

Help for single moms

Credit union CEOs donate $450,000 to help expand YWCA’s Single Mother’s Support Services program.

Three credit union CEOs
South Surrey's Bob de Wit (left) is replacing Peter Simpson as CEO of the Greater Vancouver Home Builders Association.

Change of leadership at the GVHBA

Peter Simpson is retiring from the Greater Vancouver Home Builders Association, leaving the CEO position to South Surrey's Bob de Wit

South Surrey's Bob de Wit (left) is replacing Peter Simpson as CEO of the Greater Vancouver Home Builders Association.
Surrey Fire Chief Len Garis was surprised to learn that only three in 10 homes in B.C. have functioning smoke alarms.  He wants to improve that statistic with a strong awareness and education program.

Needless fire deaths targeted

Surrey and the province to crack down on lack of functioning smoke alarms in homes.

Surrey Fire Chief Len Garis was surprised to learn that only three in 10 homes in B.C. have functioning smoke alarms.  He wants to improve that statistic with a strong awareness and education program.
BC has approved a regional waste management plan that includes the use of garbage incinerators.

Province approves regional waste plan

Controversial incinerators are part of the mix.

BC has approved a regional waste management plan that includes the use of garbage incinerators.