Life

Batten down the hatches winter is coming

When the nights get colder and frost starts appearing in the mornings it’s time to take action

Making Pictures With Professional Photographer John Enman

Building a bridge in the Light the Portrait workshop

  • Oct 19th, 2017

It’s ‘Name Your Price Day’ for Slurpees

One charity benefits from the Friday-only promo at 7-Eleven stores in Canada

Cloverdale’s changing faith landscape

‘We are all travelling on a different way to heaven’

VIDEO: ‘Parkinson’s stole my father’

In memory of Jack London, his family is taking part in SuperWalk fundraiser Sept. 10

VIDEO: Brigade Days coming to Fort Langley

A long look back at early history

  • Jul 25th, 2017
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    Stars turn out for David Foster Foundation gala in Vancouver
      Best dressed: Hudson's Bay Co. unveils kit for Pyeongchang Olympics
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          Mercury Cougar fans celebrate anniversary in Fort Langley

          It was 50 years ago that the first Cougar rolled off the assembly line

          Order of Canada marking 50-year anniversary

          Quintessential Canadian additions to this year’s Order of Canada

          Miss BC competition a ‘catalyst’ for confidence, advocacy

          Past winner Tara Teng reflects on her accomplishments as this year’s event approaches

          Leadership lessons forged from politics

          Book review: On! Achieving Excellence in Leadership

          VIDEO: North Delta students shine at Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s fashion show

          Jessica Chauhan and Natasha Gruetz debuted their fashion lines valentina.collective and J.G. Swai, respectively, on April 5 and 6.

          BUILDING BRIDGES: Privilege comes at a cost

          We must stay mindful of discrimination – subtle or otherwise – to be sure it doesn't bubble over.

          AUXILIARY NOTES: Spring into action for PAH

          Spring has sprung and Peace Arch Hospital Auxiliary members are busy planning many new fundraisers.

          PENINSULA ZOOMERS: Age-old problem continues

          Seniors concerns are important election issues, writes columnist April Lewis

          SENIORS’ SCENE: Plant, bake sale April 22

          Plenty to enjoy at Kent Street centre’s plant and bake sale

          VIDEO: Students battle in Pacific Northwest robotics competition

          More than 300 high school students from B.C., Alta., and Washington took part in the VEX Robotics competition

          SENIORS’ HEALTH: Family doctor, clinics best for non-urgent care

          The ER is the best option for emergencies, but there are plenty of places to turn for treatment, says PAH department manager Jessie Saran

          • Mar 29th, 2017

          BC Parks Foundation board begins work

          Board gets $10 million endowment, will raise money and encourage more use of provincial parks

          SENIORS’ SCENE: It’s time to celebrate 60 years

          Seniors Diamond Anniversary luncheon set for April 15

          PENINSULA ZOOMERS: Dementia needs our attention

          White Rock/Surrey chapter of CARP to host Stress and Dementia presentation.