Homicide investigators looking to solve the six-year-old murder of Mission resident Timothy Vernon Jones have revealed he was likely slain in a case of mistaken identity.
Trevor Carolan's March 31 column, Wanted: New Ideas in Pipeline Debate states: "Kinder Morgan had a serious leak and an oil tanker spill near Burnaby in 2007 and 2009."
Today is May Day, but before I get into it, a warning: I'm writing this mere hours after returning from Sunday's Day of Mourning ceremony at Garry Point Park in Richmond. Please forgive me for my hopefully obvious anger-slash-enthusiasm and platitudes about workers' rights.
THE eastern-most riding on the North Shore has been about as safe a seat as they come for the B.C. Liberals.
You might not care about politics, but politics cares about you.
On Earth Day, there are many things individuals can do to improve the health of our planet. One of the most effective actions we can take to limit our impact on climate change, carbon footprint, rainforest destruction, pollution of groundwater and watercourses, global hunger and natural resources is to adopt a plant-based diet. This action will also improve human health and eliminate the suffering and death of 64 billion land animals worldwide per year.
Celebrated every April 22, Earth Day is the largest, most celebrated environmental event worldwide.
Regular council meeting, Monday, April 15, 7 p.m. dnv.org Delegations:
Burnaby's Marlborough Elementary was declared a "champion school" in a challenge that encourages kids to live more healthy, active lives.
The recent gathering at the East Delta Hall of "old Ladner folks" and friends, which celebrated the life of Sylvia Vietch nee (North), brought to mind the effect of the "North family" on the lifestyle of post-Second World War Ladner Village. In those years, approximately 4,500 people resided in Delta, mainly located in the Ladner area.
Every day, the Harper government displays to the citizens of Canada and the world just how badly it is governing our country in the name of "jobs and economic growth."
A member of the UN gang is expected to plead guilty to conspiring to murder the notorious Bacon brothers of Abbotsford, a judge was told last week.
IT'S Easter - traditionally a time for joyful hosanas.
Sally Armstrong, author of Ascent of Women, in discussion with UBC journalism instructor Kathryn Gretsinger, part of the Vancouver Writers Fest, Monday, March 25 at 7: 30 p.m. at St. Andrew's-Wesley United Church in Vancouver. Tickets: $21/$19, visit vancouvertix.com.
The Chilliwack school board is confident the new distribution of materials policy it adopted Tuesday is on solid legal ground despite veiled threats of legal action from the BC Humanist Association.
When I was a kid, no one understood the effects of lead on the human body.
There's no disagreeing with cocksure Ken Garrett. Anyone daring to do so gets a crude accusation of "herd mentality" and of "lack of knowledge" (mind you).
Play is not a waste of time. It is, in fact, how children learn. A World Conference on Early Childhood Care and Education underscored the benefits of play.
PLAY is not a waste of time. It is, in fact, how children learn. A World Conference on Early Childhood Care and Education underscored the benefits of play.