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NDP to propose fixes for Surrey

NDP Leader Adrian Dix - File
NDP Leader Adrian Dix
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The NDP is gathering in Newton Wednesday (Jan. 15) to discuss how to fix some of the issues of high crime in that community.

NDP Leader Adrian Dix, along with Surrey MLAs Harry Bains, Sue Hammell and Bruce Ralston are expected to be proposing "strategies to address challenges facing Surrey, and that support progress towards a safer, healthier community."

The event will be held at 10 a.m. at the Newton Cultural Centre, 13520 72 Ave.

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