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Day 2: Sick kids motivate Langley Mountie to ride through the pain

Kindergarten students in White Rock make personalized signs for each of the Cops for Cancer riders.

SLIDESHOW: PAN’s week in pictures

Highlights from this week’s Peace Arch News

PENINSULA ZOOMERS: Caregivers need more support

CARP calls on governments to provide assistance

  • Sep 22nd, 2017

Burns Bog Society program helps kids step into nature

Visits to Delta Nature Reserve give students hands-on chance to learn outside of the class room

North Delta history: Those radical veterans from Poverty Hill

Settling in North Delta to raise chickens, Second World War vets form Delta Rate Payers Association

  • Sep 24th, 2017

North Delta’s Mackie Park synthetic turf field officially open for sport

Construction on the project started last July, and cost over $1 million.

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Event showcases aboriginal achievements

     

    There's a buzzz around Central City

       

      Elizabeth's Wildlife Centre hosts its annual open house weekend

         

        Team Island Quad comes to White Rock

           

          VIDEO: Perfecting memory is athleticism of the mind

          Chilliwack man takes home second-place in Canadian championships of memory

          Deltassist bread program helps feed people in need

          The program makes excess bread from a local bakery available to Delta residents who need it

          Delta’s Canada Summer Games athletes honoured

          A dozen athletes were presented certificates by mayor and council on Sept. 18

          Man pushing shopping cart across Canada arrives in Cloverdale on Saturday

          Joe Roberts, 31, wants to change the way you look at homelessness in Canada

          VIDEO: Police, ICBC focus on distracted Peninsula driving

          Officials target Sunnyside and White Rock elementaries to launch campaign

          Cloverdale dancers set to take world stage in Germany, Denmark

          Three students raising funds to go to world dance championships this fall

          B.C. pond hockey game receives Canada-wide exposure

          A picture of a pond hockey game in Lytton has been included in a Canadian Museum of History booklet

          Newly diagnosed patients get ‘overpowered’ by information

          Prostate Cancer Support Group to host fundraiser this Saturday

          Salmon signs hoped to help cultivate awareness

          South Surrey student sends ‘Stay Wild’ message to Alert Bay

          Langley Mountie saddles up for 750-km, nine-day fundraising bike ride

          Const. Rochelle Carr and 22 other law enforcement personnel leave Thursday on the Tour de Valley.

          Fraser Valley rainfall in 24 hours exceeds July, August totals combined

          Summer officially ends on Friday, Sept. 22 with showers in forecast

          SENIORS SCENE: Fabulous day of community, technology

          ‘For the Health of It’ among upcoming events for seniors

          • Sep 20th, 2017

          VIDEO: Southridge students make impact in Surrey

          Students hand out sandwiches, feed less fortunate

          British Invasion fundraiser’s low turnout ‘a terrible slap in the face’

          Sandy Dunkley isn’t sure she’ll host another fundraiser after Cloverdale event fails to break even