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

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

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Arctic hamlet celebrates 'shipwreck' festival to lure tourists


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        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.

        SENIORS SCENE: White Rock nears 60th-birthday celebrations

        There are plenty of activities upcoming to celebrate city's anniversary.

        BUILDING BRIDGES: Speaking up for change

        Social injustice can end if we all work together, writes columnist Taslim Jaffer.