Hefty Fines Are Needed to Discourage Distracted Driving

According to an article by Surrey-Now Leader, Attorney General David Eby announced on Nov. 6 that the province will consider distracted driving a “high risk” offence, meaning that if drivers receive two tickets over a three-year period, it will cost them up to $2,000. Drivers will also have to pay their regular insurance on top... Continue Reading

Pull the Plug on Animal Retailing

Surrey is urged to enact a bylaw to stop the retail sale of animals If you are planning to buy an animal at a pet store—particularly a dog, cat, or rabbit—you may want to consider a few things first. According to an article by Maple Ridge News, Kathy Powelson, Executive Director for the Paws for... Continue Reading