Newton Town Centre

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Newton, British Columbia
East facing view of the Newton Town Centre on 72 Avenue.
East facing view of the Newton Town Centre on 72 Avenue.
Country  Canada
Province  British Columbia
Region Lower Mainland
Regional District Metro Vancouver
City Surrey, British Columbia
Government
 • Mayor Dianne Watts
 • MLA (Prov.) Harry Bains (NDP)
Population
 • Total 120,714
  June 2009
Time zone PST (UTC-8)

Newton Town Centre is a town centre of the city of Surrey, British Columbia. It is the location for the Surrey City Hall and Courthouse, a local Surrey Public Library branch, a Kwantlen Polytechnic University campus, and the headquarters of Surrey's RCMP detachment. The studios of ethnic radio station Red FM are also located here.

Geography[edit]

For planning purposes, the City of Surrey generally considers Newton's borders to be: 120 Street on the west; Colebrook Road to the south, and 152 Street to the east. The northern boundary varies between 80 and 88 Avenues.

Demographics[edit]

Newton has the largest population of all the city's town centers,[1] as well as the most ethnically diverse population; over half of the population is considered visible minority (predominantly Sikh).[2] According to the 2001 census, the population of Newton was 91,595.

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