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Delta-based Evolution Group of Companies and the Delta Community Foundation are holding a warehouse sale Nov. 11-13 at Harris Barn (4140 Arthur Dr.), with up to 75 per cent off on a large selection of clothing, shoes, accessories and more. All proceeds will benefit the Delta Community Foundation. (Delta Community Foundation/Facebook photo)

Warehouse sale benefiting Delta Community Foundation this weekend

Sale runs Nov. 11-13 at Harris Barn in Ladner, with up to 75 per cent off retail prices

Delta-based Evolution Group of Companies and the Delta Community Foundation are holding a warehouse sale Nov. 11-13 at Harris Barn (4140 Arthur Dr.), with up to 75 per cent off on a large selection of clothing, shoes, accessories and more. All proceeds will benefit the Delta Community Foundation. (Delta Community Foundation/Facebook photo)
The West Coast Christmas Show & Artisan Marketplace is at TRADEX Friday, Nov. 18 to Sunday, Nov. 20. Photo contributed

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The West Coast Christmas Show and Artisan Marketplace is at Tradex in Abbotsford Nov. 18 to 20

  • Nov 7, 2022
The West Coast Christmas Show & Artisan Marketplace is at TRADEX Friday, Nov. 18 to Sunday, Nov. 20. Photo contributed
People hold banners during a march to remember those who died during the overdose crisis and to call for a safe supply of illicit drugs on International Overdose Awareness Day, in Vancouver, on Tuesday, August 31, 2021. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

Community dialogue event on overdose prevention planned for Semiahmoo Peninsula

The event will be on Dec. 1 at the White Rock Community Centre

People hold banners during a march to remember those who died during the overdose crisis and to call for a safe supply of illicit drugs on International Overdose Awareness Day, in Vancouver, on Tuesday, August 31, 2021. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck
Lovepreet Brar <strong>accepting</strong> her award at the 25th-annual community safety and crime prevention awards ceremony in Vancouver on Friday, Nov. 4, 2022. (Submitted Photo)

Surrey woman wins award for her achievements in community safety

Lovepreet Brar is a Surrey family liaison victim services manager for IHIT

Lovepreet Brar <strong>accepting</strong> her award at the 25th-annual community safety and crime prevention awards ceremony in Vancouver on Friday, Nov. 4, 2022. (Submitted Photo)
Siya Moallef (left) and Wayne Hudak volunteer at the Cloverdale Community Kitchen Nov. 4 . The men work for Qualico, a real estate development company, that recently donated $10K to the Kitchen for its Mobile Meals program. The company also encourages its employees to help out in local communities as much as they can. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Qualico donates $10K to Cloverdale Community Kitchen

Company workers also volunteer at Kitchen

Siya Moallef (left) and Wayne Hudak volunteer at the Cloverdale Community Kitchen Nov. 4 . The men work for Qualico, a real estate development company, that recently donated $10K to the Kitchen for its Mobile Meals program. The company also encourages its employees to help out in local communities as much as they can. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
(Grace Kennedy photo)

TB Vets funding new glidescope for Delta Hospital

$15K grant part of nearly $1 million in funding for hospitals in B.C. and N.W.T. this year

(Grace Kennedy photo)
Canadian military veteran Lorne Stoutenburg stands in the Cloverdale Legion. This year, he’ll march to Veterans’ Square as part of the Legion’s colour party for the first time. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Cloverdale Legion member served in Canadian military in the ’70s

Lorne Stoutenburg will join colour party that will march from Legion to Veterans’ Square

Canadian military veteran Lorne Stoutenburg stands in the Cloverdale Legion. This year, he’ll march to Veterans’ Square as part of the Legion’s colour party for the first time. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Richmond “Dick” Deck is seen in his home in Langley. The 101-year-old WWII veteran and former POW will lay a wreath for POWs at the Cloverdale Cenotaph this Remembrance Day. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Former POW Richmond Deck spent several months in German prison camps

Langley World War II vet to lay wreath in Cloverdale on Remembrance Day

Richmond “Dick” Deck is seen in his home in Langley. The 101-year-old WWII veteran and former POW will lay a wreath for POWs at the Cloverdale Cenotaph this Remembrance Day. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Dianne Sawicki

SENIORS SCENE: Dancing, singing and a Christmas shopping excursion on Kent Street agenda

The Kent Street Activity Centre is looking for a cook for its…

  • Nov 3, 2022
Dianne Sawicki
Logan La Roue underwent extensive rehab to learn how to walk again after her spinal tumour was successfully removed, leading to her chronic pain being cured. (Contributed photo)

‘My world stopped’: White Rock resident nearly loses ability to walk due to spinal tumour

Logan La Roue is supporting the Millionaire Lottery to help hospitals, medical centers

Logan La Roue underwent extensive rehab to learn how to walk again after her spinal tumour was successfully removed, leading to her chronic pain being cured. (Contributed photo)
Dr. Reka Gustafson. (file photo)
Dr. Reka Gustafson. (file photo)
James Cybulski (left) and Ian Paton are back as emcee and auctioneer, respectively, for the Delta Hospital and Community Health Foundation’s 23rd annual Moonlight Gala, happening Saturday, Nov. 5, 2022, at Tsawwassen Springs. (Submitted photo)

Online auction open for sold out Delta Hospital gala

78 items up for bidding ahead of Moonlight Gala’s in-person return on Saturday, Nov. 5

James Cybulski (left) and Ian Paton are back as emcee and auctioneer, respectively, for the Delta Hospital and Community Health Foundation’s 23rd annual Moonlight Gala, happening Saturday, Nov. 5, 2022, at Tsawwassen Springs. (Submitted photo)
Legion members Lorne Stoutenburg (left) and Yvon Lehoux stand next to a mural outside the Cloverdale Legion. Both men served in Canada’s military. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Cloverdale veteran talks about his time in the navy

Yvon Lehoux spent 30 years in the Royal Canadian Navy

Legion members Lorne Stoutenburg (left) and Yvon Lehoux stand next to a mural outside the Cloverdale Legion. Both men served in Canada’s military. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Organizers of the Sunshine Hills Community Group/North Delta Artisan & Gift Market silent auction present representatives from Deltassist and Nick’s Nook community food pantries with a cheque for $10,002 on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2022. Pictured, from left: Daniela Filby and Cathie Watters from Nick’s Nook, auction organizers Heather Neidig and Sharon Poetker, Deltassist’s manager of seniors and community services Lisa Pitman, and auction organizers Sandra Coulson and Ann Charlton. (Submitted photo)

North Delta artisans raise $10K for Deltassist, Nick’s Nook

Sunshine Hills Community Group/North Delta Artisan Gift Market online silent auction held Oct. 13-16

Organizers of the Sunshine Hills Community Group/North Delta Artisan & Gift Market silent auction present representatives from Deltassist and Nick’s Nook community food pantries with a cheque for $10,002 on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2022. Pictured, from left: Daniela Filby and Cathie Watters from Nick’s Nook, auction organizers Heather Neidig and Sharon Poetker, Deltassist’s manager of seniors and community services Lisa Pitman, and auction organizers Sandra Coulson and Ann Charlton. (Submitted photo)
The after-school hours can be difficult for younger kids who don’t attend an after-school program. The United Way BC School’s Out program was designed to meet this need.

United Way BC helps families thrive through after-school programming

Imagine you’re six years old. Grade one! You love your teacher and…

  • Oct 31, 2022
The after-school hours can be difficult for younger kids who don’t attend an after-school program. The United Way BC School’s Out program was designed to meet this need.
Do you know the correct name for these carved pumpkins? (Pixaby)

QUIZ: How much do you really know about Halloween?

Oct 31 is a time for candy, costumes and scary movies

Do you know the correct name for these carved pumpkins? (Pixaby)
The Zombie Walk was more of a zombie party on a rainy afternoon in White Rock. (Sobia Moman photo)

Zombies unleashed on the city of White Rock

The return of the Zombie Walk took shelter indoors rather than populating the beach as planned

The Zombie Walk was more of a zombie party on a rainy afternoon in White Rock. (Sobia Moman photo)
With up to 75 mm of rain expected on Sunday, UNITI’s White Rock Zombie Walk, which was to be held on the waterfront, will take place inside the White Rock Community Centre instead. (UNITI poster)

Oct. 30 White Rock Zombie Walk to take shelter indoors

With a torrent of rain in the forecast, UNITI event is taking cover in the community centre

  • Oct 28, 2022
With up to 75 mm of rain expected on Sunday, UNITI’s White Rock Zombie Walk, which was to be held on the waterfront, will take place inside the White Rock Community Centre instead. (UNITI poster)
The Delta Community Foundation recently donated $5,000 to Reach Child & Youth Development Society to support specialized counselling for families raising children with special needs. Pictured, from left, are Reach events and fundraising co-ordinator Tamara Veitch, DCF grants committee chair Ammen Dhillon, DCF president Gail Martin and Reach executive director Renie D’Aquila. (Submitted photo)

Reach Society gifted $5,000 by Delta Community Foundation

Funds help vulnerable families with kids with complex needs get counselling, mental health support

The Delta Community Foundation recently donated $5,000 to Reach Child & Youth Development Society to support specialized counselling for families raising children with special needs. Pictured, from left, are Reach events and fundraising co-ordinator Tamara Veitch, DCF grants committee chair Ammen Dhillon, DCF president Gail Martin and Reach executive director Renie D’Aquila. (Submitted photo)
Speed bumps were recently installed on 190th in Campbell Heights in an effort to curb a street racing problem that popped up along the street. (Photo submitted: Scott Wheatley)

City curbs street racing problem in Campbell Heights

Chamber director worries racing will eventually emerge elsewhere

Speed bumps were recently installed on 190th in Campbell Heights in an effort to curb a street racing problem that popped up along the street. (Photo submitted: Scott Wheatley)