The largest mosque in B.C. officially opened in Delta last weekend.
Vicki Huntington has made history in Delta South.
The largest mosque in B.C. is officially open in Delta.
Carson Graham secondary students Jasmine Price and Leah Newson feature the music of Mother Mother in their new musical Oh My Heart.
“I gave you my house and you’ve given me a mansion!” exclaimed single mom Cathy Dunn, as she toured through her newly rebuilt Aldergrove home on Monday.
As her first cries rang through the hospital room, her mother began to cry, too. Through 14 hours of labour, Patricia Block had refused pain medication so she would remember this moment: her daughter's cries, her bright eyes and chubby arms, the way it felt to hold her.
After the Liberals unexpected victory at the polls last week, City Mayor Peter Fassbender found himself elected as MLA in Surrey-Fleetwood.
Does Langley need an arts centre? -- The answer could be determined by a $50,000 study.
The images of devastation out of Moore, Oklahoma this week catch at the heart. Children pulled out of a collapsed school. Entire neighbourhoods flattened.
Mea culpa. I have no truly honourable choice other than to admit my guilt.
Tempers flared at the Bradner town hall meeting held last week with members of Abbotsford city council, staff and police.
Surreyites are gearing up for Friday's Mumford & Sons show at Holland Park - the largest ticketed event in the city since Lollapalooza brought 28,000 concertgoers to Cloverdale in 1994.
It's time for the administrator, Mr. Jim Rule, to go.
It was clutched in his hand as he lay on the floor of his den, surrounded by the detritus of a disorganized life, including at least ten empty bottles of Sleeman's Honey Brown. It was more than a week since the provincial election, and he'd yet to hand in his "post mortem" following the defeat of the NDP.
What really happened in the B.C. election? -- ? Your View Last week's question, results.
The point [about federal Senators' expenses] has been sorely and success-fuly missed.
Encouraging citizens to vote in elections that are covered in every gory detail in newspapers and on TV is a persistent problem.
A North Vancouver con man who tried to derail a fraud investigation against him by posing as a police officer to foreign banking officials has managed to get four convictions of impersonation overturned by the B.C. Court of Appeal.
Re: "Would our MLAs take one for the team," News, May 17.