Cloverdale

Families picnic in the shade of an airplane wing at the 2018 Boundary Bay Airshow. (Ursula Maxwell-Lewis)

Lower Mainland adventures for the summer months

Airshows, open-air markets and more

  • Jul 30, 2018
Families picnic in the shade of an airplane wing at the 2018 Boundary Bay Airshow. (Ursula Maxwell-Lewis)
The association of Professional Bull Riders made helmets mandatory in 2013, but only for riders born after 1994. Helmets can decrease a head injury’s severity, but can’t necessarily prevent a concussion from occurring. This rider, pictured at the 2018 Cloverdale Rodeo, wears a cowboy hat. (Samantha Anderson)

Educational videos for rodeo athletes address concussions, mental health

Ty Pozzobon Foundation, Canadian Pro Sports Medicine Team produce series

The association of Professional Bull Riders made helmets mandatory in 2013, but only for riders born after 1994. Helmets can decrease a head injury’s severity, but can’t necessarily prevent a concussion from occurring. This rider, pictured at the 2018 Cloverdale Rodeo, wears a cowboy hat. (Samantha Anderson)
A flood at the Port Mann and the Canadian National Railway shops. Men are in the water, a house, and a railway crossing sign are shown in the flooded area. (Photo courtesy of the City of Surrey Archives / SMA89.064.004)

HISTORY: Memories of 1948 Fraser River floods still run strong

Looking back on the Fraser River flood of 1948, 70 years later

  • Jul 3, 2018
A flood at the Port Mann and the Canadian National Railway shops. Men are in the water, a house, and a railway crossing sign are shown in the flooded area. (Photo courtesy of the City of Surrey Archives / SMA89.064.004)
Photos of Surrey RCMP cars on scene near 67th Avenue and 183A Street on Saturday evening. (Contributed)

Man shot dead in Clayton area of Surrey, witnesses sought by police

It happened in the 18200-block of 67A Avenue

Photos of Surrey RCMP cars on scene near 67th Avenue and 183A Street on Saturday evening. (Contributed)
The association of Professional Bull Riders made helmets mandatory in 2013, but only for riders born after 1994. Helmets can decrease a head injury’s severity, but can’t necessarily prevent a concussion from occurring. This rider, pictured at Friday night’s Cloverdale Rodeo wears a cowboy hat. (Samantha Anderson)

‘Concussion is at the forefront of our thinking’: Rodeo doctor

As in any other contact sport, concussion prevention and treatment efforts continue to evolve

The association of Professional Bull Riders made helmets mandatory in 2013, but only for riders born after 1994. Helmets can decrease a head injury’s severity, but can’t necessarily prevent a concussion from occurring. This rider, pictured at Friday night’s Cloverdale Rodeo wears a cowboy hat. (Samantha Anderson)
Vintage and collector vehicles are a favourite entry in the Cloverdale Rodeo Parade. (Samantha Anderson)
Vintage and collector vehicles are a favourite entry in the Cloverdale Rodeo Parade. (Samantha Anderson)
Bullfighter Scott Waye will be coming back to the Cloverdale Rodeo for his third year in 2018. (Grace Kennedy photo)

Bullfighting is a profession ‘unlike anything else out there’: Scott Waye

Ever wonder what it takes to become a bullfighter?

Bullfighter Scott Waye will be coming back to the Cloverdale Rodeo for his third year in 2018. (Grace Kennedy photo)
David Guedes and Allan Corbeil sit with components of their Memory Lane creation. (Samantha Anderson)

B.C. creators featured in upcoming Lego exhibition

Upcoming BrickCan exhibition to include Lego displays, competitions, vendors

David Guedes and Allan Corbeil sit with components of their Memory Lane creation. (Samantha Anderson)
According to Cloverdale’s John Gibeau, who has more than 50 years experience as a beekeeper, the refusal of just three Albertan beekeepers, representing 6,000 colonies, to send their bees to B.C. blueberry farms could potentially cost the industry $12 million to $15 million. (Josephine Amalie Paysen / Unsplash)

Alberta beekeepers boycott B.C. blueberries

The loss may cost blueberry industry millions, says longtime B.C. beekeeper

According to Cloverdale’s John Gibeau, who has more than 50 years experience as a beekeeper, the refusal of just three Albertan beekeepers, representing 6,000 colonies, to send their bees to B.C. blueberry farms could potentially cost the industry $12 million to $15 million. (Josephine Amalie Paysen / Unsplash)
Former B.C. pastor, wife plead not guilty to sexual assault charges

Former B.C. pastor, wife plead not guilty to sexual assault charges

Samuel and Madelaine Emerson plead not guilty, facing charges of sexual assault, threats

Former B.C. pastor, wife plead not guilty to sexual assault charges
(Daniel Frank / Unsplash)

B.C. dentist admits to providing unnecessary treatment, faces fines and six-month ban from practice

Dr. Karim Lalani’s practices include Clayton Heights Dental, Panorama Family Dental

(Daniel Frank / Unsplash)
Dozens of Cloverdale women have become involved in an illegal pyramid schemes known as gifting clouds. (Etienne Beauregard-Riverin / Unsplash)

INSIDE LOOK: How ‘gifting cloud’ pyramid schemes recruit B.C. women

Pyramid schemes known as ‘pay-it-forward clouds’ emphasize community, charity to recruit participants

Dozens of Cloverdale women have become involved in an illegal pyramid schemes known as gifting clouds. (Etienne Beauregard-Riverin / Unsplash)
Manak, Hudson and Tyler control a robot they built themselves. (Sam Anderson)

Thousands of B.C. students, teachers to receive coding classes, digital skill training

More than 130,000 B.C. students will receive access to programs, including Surrey Centre Elementary

Manak, Hudson and Tyler control a robot they built themselves. (Sam Anderson)
The TV show Supernatural is in downtown Cloverdale today filming scenes for its thirteenth season. (Sam Anderson)

VIDEO: Cloverdale gets ‘Supernatural’ as fog, film crews descend

TV series Supernatural filming today in downtown Cloverdale.

The TV show Supernatural is in downtown Cloverdale today filming scenes for its thirteenth season. (Sam Anderson)
(File Photo)

Students reminded about ‘stranger danger’ after pre-teen sexually assaulted in Surrey

Surrey RCMP seek help finding suspect after alleged assault in Cloverdale

(File Photo)
Terry Fox ran an average of 42 km a day for 143 days during the Marathon of Hope. (terryfox.org)

Big brother Terry Fox: Darrell reflects on 40-year legacy

Terry Fox Foundation has raised more than $715 million for the fight against cancer

Terry Fox ran an average of 42 km a day for 143 days during the Marathon of Hope. (terryfox.org)
The shooting occurred in a residential area near 166 Street and 63B Avenue. (Katya Slepian/Black Press)

UPDATE: Man gunned down in Cloverdale had been shot at before

RCMP offered Surrey man protection after 2015 shootings

The shooting occurred in a residential area near 166 Street and 63B Avenue. (Katya Slepian/Black Press)
‘Killing Gunther’ trailer features Arnold Schwarzenegger, downtown Cloverdale

‘Killing Gunther’ trailer features Arnold Schwarzenegger, downtown Cloverdale

Take a first look at the action comedy that filmed in Cloverdale last summer.

‘Killing Gunther’ trailer features Arnold Schwarzenegger, downtown Cloverdale
VIDEO: Cancer survivors share their stories at the B.C. Ride to Conquer Cancer

VIDEO: Cancer survivors share their stories at the B.C. Ride to Conquer Cancer

This year’s event has more than 2,000 riders and raised over $8.3M for cancer research

VIDEO: Cancer survivors share their stories at the B.C. Ride to Conquer Cancer
The D’Amato family, from left: Sophia, Nicolas, Cosmo, Marco and Lui. (Sam Anderson)

B.C. man pens ‘tail’ on family dog

Book follows the true story of Surrey’s Cosmo (aka Rover) and the D’Amato family

The D’Amato family, from left: Sophia, Nicolas, Cosmo, Marco and Lui. (Sam Anderson)