Malin Jordan

SEMO Foundation supporters attend a charity golf tournament in June at Guildford Golf & Country Club. The SEMO Foundation will hold its annual INSPIRE fundraising event Aug. 20 atop Langley’s Westlund Building. (Photo submitted: SEMO Foundation)

SEMO Foundation to hold fundraiser for six local charities

Surrey charity to host buffet atop Langley’s Westlund Building

SEMO Foundation supporters attend a charity golf tournament in June at Guildford Golf & Country Club. The SEMO Foundation will hold its annual INSPIRE fundraising event Aug. 20 atop Langley’s Westlund Building. (Photo submitted: SEMO Foundation)
A conceptual drawing of a Langley Skytrain station at 196th Street. (Government of B.C.)

Surrey to Langley Skytrain moves forward

Government releases business case, formally approves provincial funding

A conceptual drawing of a Langley Skytrain station at 196th Street. (Government of B.C.)
Linda Annis, executive director of Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers, says not to leave garage door openers in your car. “No need to smash windows or jimmy door locks on your home if they can just roll up your garage door,” she said. Annis held a media event in Cloverdale June 23 to highlight tips to prevent crime as the summer vacation season starts. (Photo: Submitted)

Burglars ‘switching tactics’ says Linda Annis

Executive director of Crime Stoppers offers summertime tips to prevent crime

Linda Annis, executive director of Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers, says not to leave garage door openers in your car. “No need to smash windows or jimmy door locks on your home if they can just roll up your garage door,” she said. Annis held a media event in Cloverdale June 23 to highlight tips to prevent crime as the summer vacation season starts. (Photo: Submitted)
Meghan Neufeld and Matthew Campbell pack some crates with food at the Fraser Valley Regional Food Bank. (Malin Jordan/Black Press Media)

‘Huge increase’ in demand at regional food bank that serves various communities, including Langley

Fraser Valley Regional Food Bank starting donation drive in July

Meghan Neufeld and Matthew Campbell pack some crates with food at the Fraser Valley Regional Food Bank. (Malin Jordan/Black Press Media)
John Aldag chatted with Black Press Media in 2019. The local MP is now promoting Bill C-23, the Historic Places of Canada Act. (Black Press Media files)

MP John Aldag advocates for act to protect heritage sites

Cloverdale-Langley City MP issues statement on Bill C-23, the Historic Places of Canada Act

John Aldag chatted with Black Press Media in 2019. The local MP is now promoting Bill C-23, the Historic Places of Canada Act. (Black Press Media files)
Stacey Northey makes a turn during barrel racing at Langley Riders arena in 2020. According to rodeocanada.com, an entity called Valley West Stampede Society, led by former Cloverdale Rodeo board executive Rich Kitos, is set to bring a rodeo to Langley in September. (Ron McCarthy/Special to Black Press Media)

Rodeo comes to Langley for Labour Day weekend

Former Cloverdale Rodeo Association VP Rich Kitos listed as committee contact

Stacey Northey makes a turn during barrel racing at Langley Riders arena in 2020. According to rodeocanada.com, an entity called Valley West Stampede Society, led by former Cloverdale Rodeo board executive Rich Kitos, is set to bring a rodeo to Langley in September. (Ron McCarthy/Special to Black Press Media)
Kimberly Coates (centre) accepts a cheque for $20K from poppy fund committee co-chairs Earle Fraser (left) and Pat Keeping. Surrey Memorial Hospital will use the money—raised by the Cloverdale Legion in the 2021 poppy campaign—to buy medical equipment. (Photo: Jason Sveinson)

Cloverdale Legion donates more than $40K to two hospitals, care foundation

Surrey Memorial, Langley Memorial, Langley Lodge to benefit

Kimberly Coates (centre) accepts a cheque for $20K from poppy fund committee co-chairs Earle Fraser (left) and Pat Keeping. Surrey Memorial Hospital will use the money—raised by the Cloverdale Legion in the 2021 poppy campaign—to buy medical equipment. (Photo: Jason Sveinson)
A collision between a tractor-trailer and a sedan sent one person to hospital with serious injuries Monday (April 18). (Shane MacKichan photo)

UPDATE: One to hospital after tractor-trailer, sedan collide in Surrey

Afternoon crash closed intersection of Highway 10 and 168 Street for several hours

A collision between a tractor-trailer and a sedan sent one person to hospital with serious injuries Monday (April 18). (Shane MacKichan photo)
Fraser Valley Heritage Rail Society volunteers stand on the train platform in Cloverdale. Surrey’s heritage rail experience is set to reopen May 7 and tickets are on sale now at fvhrs.org. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Heritage rail to reopen May 7

Fraser Valley Heritage Railway Society opening for summer season

Fraser Valley Heritage Rail Society volunteers stand on the train platform in Cloverdale. Surrey’s heritage rail experience is set to reopen May 7 and tickets are on sale now at fvhrs.org. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Surrey Mounties are looking for three suspects after a Cloverdale liquor store was robbed March 15. (Photos: RCMP Handouts)

Mounties looking for three suspects in Cloverdale robbery

RCMP investigating liquor store theft

Surrey Mounties are looking for three suspects after a Cloverdale liquor store was robbed March 15. (Photos: RCMP Handouts)
Food trucks offered up their culinary creations at a drive-thru festival at the Cloverdale Fairgrounds in 2021. This year the festival is back to normal as a walk-through event complete with site-wide beverage service. (Jason Sveinson/Special to Black Press Media)

Cloverdale company to provide beverage service at Food Truck Wars

Festival is back to normal as a walk-through event April 8, 9 and 10

Food trucks offered up their culinary creations at a drive-thru festival at the Cloverdale Fairgrounds in 2021. This year the festival is back to normal as a walk-through event complete with site-wide beverage service. (Jason Sveinson/Special to Black Press Media)
Powerlifter Sumeet Sharma wears the gold medal he won for bench press at the North American Powerlifting Championships in San Jose, Costa Rica, last fall. Sharma has started a new fundraising initiative in support of Ukraine. (Photo submitted: Sumeet Sharma)

B.C. powerlifter starts fundraiser for Ukraine

Corrections officer Sumeet Sharma was inspired to help after seeing war reports on TV

Powerlifter Sumeet Sharma wears the gold medal he won for bench press at the North American Powerlifting Championships in San Jose, Costa Rica, last fall. Sharma has started a new fundraising initiative in support of Ukraine. (Photo submitted: Sumeet Sharma)
Lumberjack teams compete in a log-sawing competition at the Cloverdale Rodeo and Country Fair in 2014. The Cloverdale Rodeo Association has just cancelled the 2022 Country Fair, despite getting City of Surrey permit approval March 7 for the event that was to be held on May long weekend. (Black Press Media file photo)

Cloverdale Country Fair cancelled

Permit for fair approved by City of Surrey just last week

Lumberjack teams compete in a log-sawing competition at the Cloverdale Rodeo and Country Fair in 2014. The Cloverdale Rodeo Association has just cancelled the 2022 Country Fair, despite getting City of Surrey permit approval March 7 for the event that was to be held on May long weekend. (Black Press Media file photo)
Kwantlen First Nation artist Brandon Gabriel cuts the ribbon in front of his new mural at Don Christian Elementary Feb. 28. The mural depicts an eagle, a hummingbird and a wolf, symbolising respect, resiliency and responsibility. (Image via surreyschools.ca)

New mural unveiled at Don Christian Elementary School

Kwantlen First Nation artist Brandon Gabriel’s art tells the story of working together for a greater cause

Kwantlen First Nation artist Brandon Gabriel cuts the ribbon in front of his new mural at Don Christian Elementary Feb. 28. The mural depicts an eagle, a hummingbird and a wolf, symbolising respect, resiliency and responsibility. (Image via surreyschools.ca)
A scene from the Linda McRae-directed play ‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time’ now running at the White Rock Players theatre until Feb. 19. (Photo: Jennifer Georgeadis)

Cloverdale woman finds success directing play two years in the making

Linda McRae also teaches drama in Langley and Chilliwack

A scene from the Linda McRae-directed play ‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time’ now running at the White Rock Players theatre until Feb. 19. (Photo: Jennifer Georgeadis)
Adrian Dix, B.C.’s Minister of Health, gives a Zoom update on the new Surrey hospital to members of the Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce Jan. 21. (Image via Zoom)
Adrian Dix, B.C.’s Minister of Health, gives a Zoom update on the new Surrey hospital to members of the Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce Jan. 21. (Image via Zoom)
Clayton and his mom Janis chat about Clayton’s life before and after going through ABI Wellness’s innovative cognitive recovery program. The program changed Clayton’s life. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Man recovers from traumatic brain injury after taking part in cutting edge cognitive recovery program

Clayton Pelletier rolled into ABI Wellness in a wheelchair and walked out a year and half later

Clayton and his mom Janis chat about Clayton’s life before and after going through ABI Wellness’s innovative cognitive recovery program. The program changed Clayton’s life. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
A barrel racer is seen at the Cloverdale Rodeo. The Rodeo Association announced late Jan. 19 that the 2022 Cloverdale Rodeo has been cancelled. (Photo courtesy Cloverdale Rodeo)

2022 Cloverdale Rodeo cancelled

Rodeo Association to focus on holding Country Fair-only event

A barrel racer is seen at the Cloverdale Rodeo. The Rodeo Association announced late Jan. 19 that the 2022 Cloverdale Rodeo has been cancelled. (Photo courtesy Cloverdale Rodeo)
Mark Watson, CEO of ABI Wellness, is seen with Clayton, a man who benefitted from ABI’s innovative brain health recovery program. (Photo submitted: Mark Watson)

Company using innovative ways to heal brain injuries

ABI Wellness focuses on improving a patient’s quality of life after a brain injury

Mark Watson, CEO of ABI Wellness, is seen with Clayton, a man who benefitted from ABI’s innovative brain health recovery program. (Photo submitted: Mark Watson)
Waceya Metis Society president Kelly Sears stands in Waceya’s new office in Cloverdale. The groups location will serve Metis in Surrey, Langley, White Rock and Delta. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Waceya Metis Society opens its doors in Cloverdale

Society to serve community needs in Surrey, White Rock, Langley, and Delta

Waceya Metis Society president Kelly Sears stands in Waceya’s new office in Cloverdale. The groups location will serve Metis in Surrey, Langley, White Rock and Delta. (Photo: Malin Jordan)