Welcome to your Surrey-Green Timbers Community Website!

I am privileged to be the MLA representing the constituents of Surrey-Green Timbers. We have just launched our new website to keep you more informed with what is happening within our community.

We have also recently released the first of our monthly newsletter series and I would like to start off with some important news for you as we enter the summer season! Read below for more information on what’s going on in Surrey-Green Timber’s this month!

As your MLA, it is also my honour to serve and assist you with provincial government issues. Feel free to call my constituency office, or drop by to learn more.


Latest News

Reality Check: Children’s ministry blocked help for children sexually abused in their care

VICTORIA – New Democrats asked the Minister of Children and Families in the legislature this week if she would ensure children in the ministry’s care who were handed over to their sexually abusive father would receive the support they need to overcome the abuse they suffered.

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Clark admits to misleading public on health firing scandal

VANCOUVER – Premier Christy Clark’s surprise admission on Friday that her government misled the public about the existence of an RCMP investigation into the health researchers fired in 2012 is a shocking and disturbing new development in her government’s long attempt to avoid accountability, B.C. New Democrats said today.

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Constituency Office of Sue Hammell, MLA

When you contact my community office, my staff and I will do everything we can to assist in the following ways:

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Ways to Volunteer This Summer

Would you like to be more involved with the Surrey-Green Timbers community this summer? We have many exciting volunteer opportunities coming up this summer that you may want to be a part of!

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The Nepalese Cultural Society of British Columbia

The Nepal Cultural Society of British Columbia (NCSBC), is a community organization comprised of people of Nepali origin who now call British Columbia their home. Since establishing in 1998, the NCSBC has been supporting the local Nepali community through promoting their unique culture and historical identity, as well as helping members thrive here in Canada.

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