Category Archives: White Rock and South Surrey

I grew up in “South Rock” and have recently returned to this lovely little beach town on Semiahmoo Bay. From my first job at the fish and chips joint on Crescent Beach to my current obsession with the growing microbrewery culture, I’ve been a fan of the food and beverage scene here for more than 30 years.

For White Rock Neighbourhood profile

White Rock is an idyllic beachside city offering a great lifestyle just north of the US border and just south of Surrey on the Semiahmoo Peninsula

White Rock is a beachside city just north of the Canada–United States border and Blaine, Washington, and just south of Surrey on the Semiahmoo Peninsula. It’s named for the huge white boulder that sits on the beach, a “glacial erractic” dating back to the Ice Age…

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For Five Great Things About Living in White Rock

At just over five square kilometres in size, White Rock is one of BC’s smallest cities – but it’s big on personality. With a dazzling beach and bustling seaside community lifestyle, this town once known as the home of the Lower Mainland’s “newly wed and nearly dead” has become an attractive home for people of all ages seeking a slice of the waterfront lifestyle just an hour’s drive from Vancouver. Here are five key reasons that White Rock is a great place to live for residents both young and old…

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