A 35-year-old Indian-origin man has sued Canadian government over his wrongful conviction in a sexual assault case in 2005 that has left him as a rural farmer with few economic prospects.
Surrey taxpayers will pay the legal costs of a city councillor who is being sued for defamation in a trial that is scheduled to open in B.C. Supreme Court in New Westminster next week.
This summer, Simmrin Dhaliwal could be looking at her future when she attends the FIFA Women's World Cup Final at BC Place.
Surrey-based soccer coach who allegedly flew to Washington to meet a 12-year-old girl for sex is held in US jail.
Things were looking up for Daksh Sood. The immigration department has so far stuck to its guns in refusing to allow the 3½-year-old Indian boy into Canada on humanitarian and compassionate grounds, even though his parents have lived here as permanent residents since early 2013.
Baldev Singh, where are you? The Toronto-area trucker, convicted of trying to smuggle 69 kilograms of cocaine into Canada, did not show up for court in Windsor Tuesday.
After four years of feeding the needy with his Surrey-based charity farm, God’s Little Acre, Jas Singh is — for the first time — asking for help with a crowdfunding campaign.
Amritsar-born journalist Harpreet Singh has been named the Conservative party of Canada candidate in Surrey-Newton for the October 2015 federal election. "I'm excited to be officially confirmed as the Conservative candidate, and I'm looking forward to represent Prime Minister Stephen Harper's strong, dependable team here in Surrey-Newton," Singh said on Friday.
A man in a blue turban stood among thousands in toques, fur hats and yarmulkes in Poland on Tuesday to mark the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp.
Surrey’s Davi Bains-Gill never thought her love for fashion and design could be her livelihood. She pursued a career in social services and landed a job with government, all while designing clothes for herself, family and friends on the side.
Vancouver based Lo and Richard Loat are using their own funds to deliver donated Hockey sticks, pads, Their overall aim is to teach youths how to skate and play outdoor pond hockey
A tearful Harbhajan Kaur Binning sits in the office of the opposition NDP MP from Surrey Newton Jinny Sims with a hope to get his son in India a visa so that he could attend the funeral of his brother.
Surjit Bhandal, the 84-year-old Saanich woman whose family successfully fought for her to be able to stay in Canada, has been granted permanent resident status.
An Abbotsford museum has launched a year-long exhibit on the “often overlooked” stories of the only 10 known Canadian Sikh soldiers who served during WWI.