The Cycling4Diversity team began its four-day journey this morning, and will pedal from Victoria and finish our trek in Abbotsford on May 24.
An evening of comedy by Amir K. with host Reza Peyk at Centennial Theatre, Sunday, May 26 at 8 p.m. Tickets $45/$35/$25. For more information visit centennialtheatre.com.
For Chilliwack cleaning company owner Lisa Riobo, donating free house cleaning to women battling cancer just seemed like the right thing to do.
It's not the end but rather a metamorphosis for one of downtown Mission's iconic enterprises, Murdoch's Bookshoppe.
It's first thing Monday morning, and Craig Mah, the popular principal of Heritage Mountain Elementary in Port Moody, is about to go under the razor.
Donald's Market and River Market have managed to shortlist finalists - from 36 submissions - for this year's ONE Prize, a grant program for community and educational projects.
Aboriginal teen entrepreneurs at Britannia secondary recently donated $1,000 to the aboriginal focus school at Macdonald elementary to buy sports equipment for the entire student body. "When you go there, you really see what the facility has and to know that any little thing you give helps," said 18-year-old Aboriginal Youth Entrepreneurship Program student Willy DuGray. "A lot of kids come there after school and it keeps them out of bad things so if you can give them some sports equipment. instead of just walking around the streets or something, it's good."
Edgemont Village needs a viable and vibrant economic base to remain attractive and useful to all. Because of that I support the senior housing being proposed for Edgemont Village. I think that it would be good for Edgemont Village in the following ways:
Every year thousands of people of all ages wear pink to take a stand against bullying. It's a symbol of a united front against bullies and the psychological and physical trauma they can have on others.
Four local residents were honoured with the Township volunteer awards in a ceremony held April 4.
Well, that was quick! It seems like just a few days ago I was taking down my Christmas tree. As a snow guy, I must admit I missed having a few white stuff weather events for the opportunity for some Diefenbaker toboggan runs. The bonus of the flip side is that spring and everything that is good about it is roaring in to our region with a stretch of weather that has been unbelievable.
In the debt collection and banking industry, Darry Taylor, president of International Credit Assistance Ltd. in Abbotsford, is known as a walking manual. If he doesn't have the answer, he will know where to find it.
Musicians from across Metro Vancouver will convene on Coquitlam tonight (Friday) to highlight one of the holiest days on the Christian calendar.
. Blue Heron ToastMasters meets from 7: 30 to 9: 30 p.m. at Pitt Meadows City hall, 12007 Harris Rd. Info: Andrew Thompson at 604460-0339.
I wish to address the opinion, questions, criticism, insults, and challenge expressed by a previous writer [A lot of good changes in Pitt Meadows, Feb. 19 Letters, TIMES].
Yay! It's spring! And we all know what that means! Winter's over!
. Golden Ears Writers will host a session on travel writing with Julie Ferguson from 7 to 9 p.m. at The ACT, 11944 Haney Pl. The event will either be in the lobby or in an upstairs conference room. Info: Katherine Wagner at email@example.com.
A Christmas display at the Tsawwassen Town Centre Mall is a finalist for a CSE Readers' Choice - National Star Award, the mall announced Wednesday.
You might say Marcia Fordyce (pictured) has jam and jelly in her blood.