Burnaby Mayor Derek Corrigan to speak at Surrey Board of Trade environmental and business awards

Topics at event will include MMBC, organic waste, and Bylaw 280 – Regulation of Solid Waste and Recyclable Materials.

She puts that s**t on everything

Cancer-surviving actress to speak at Cloverdale Terry Fox Run on Sept. 14.

Building the outdoor room of your dreams

Melissa Tolsma is blogging during the renovation she won last year as part of the RenoMe! with FortisBC contest.

COLUMN: Ice buckets could lead to ALS cure

People around the globe are pouring buckets of ice water on their heads. It might just lead to a cure for ALS.

Something old, something new

Reno Me! with FortisBC winner Melissa Tolsma continues her renovation.

PHOTO: Leaf-cutter ants unlike feared European fire ants

A leaf-cutter ant was spotted working on a log at Sullivan Park in Surrey

PHOTO: War Amps visits the Steveston Salmon Festival

A group of Surrey girls passed on the message of driving and playing safely

In the planning stages

Reno Me! with FortisBC contest winner Melissa continues her renovation.

A reluctant renovator starts her renovation

Nanaimo's Melissa Tolsma was the winner of the RenoMe! With FortisBC contest and has recently started her outdoor space renovation.

Parade of renovated homes offers peek-a-boos for looky-loos

Greater Vancouver Homebuilders showcase 22 home renos across Metro Vancouver

May 19 has come and gone, now Victoria must be accountable for MMBC mess

The Province's new recycling fee system has been implemented, and Buckerfields CEO Kelvin McCulloch has noticed the trickle...

Stephanie Cadieux to model at Kwantlen fashion show

Minister of Children and Family Development to help model clothing line for women in wheelchairs designed by student Kaylyn MacKenzie.

Buying a Used Car? Protect Yourself

When buying a used vehicle, you should do your homework, says CarProof. 150,000 British Columbians buy from a private seller each year.

British Columbia’s Blue Box Battle

B.C. business owner lays out his issues with Province's MMBC recycling plan; calls it a 'cash and power grab'

Action must include inquiry

Our federal government should agree to hold a national inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women.

Edith Nee’s family, friends appealing for kidney donor

Nee, former chair of the B.C. Press Council, was diagnosed with kidney failure two years ago.

Trip to NWT connects student to nature

Brendan Pousett shares his experience navigating the waters of the Mackenzie River

SFU café ponders the secrets of Super Seniors

Geneticist studying why certain seniors live so long in good health will outline findings in Surrey

Be cautious about unlicensed web-based locksmiths: BBB

The Better Business Bureau warns consumers about getting burned by by bad 'local' locksmiths.

The Bateman Strategy: Killing TransLink and the regional vision

Concerted attacks on transit will use every method possible to defeat funding referendum, with dire consequences for region

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