Well it looks like my old stomping grounds, Whistler, has made it into the news for its local government winning this year's "Code of Silence" award.
What do CBC Radio 3 personality Grant Lawrence, Vancouver punk rocker Joey Keithley and Old Yale Brewing Company have in common?
One of Langley's newest parks is to bear the name of one of its oldest roads.
We could wring our editorial hands over the low voter turnout - although it did bump up by a miniscule one per cent this time.
Pollsters and pundits were among the losers on May 14 as their predictions of New Democrat victory melted away by election day, when the B.C. Liberals earned their fourth consecutive win.
Surrey Libraries is calling for original poetry submissions as part of a contest in commemoration of Surrey's new city hall and civic plaza.
Former Now columnist and freelancer Kelley Scarsbrook is celebrating the launch of her first book this Sunday in South Surrey.
55+ Osteoporosis Public Forum (free event) at Newton Seniors' Centre, 13775 70 Ave., on Wednesday, May 22 from 12: 30 to 3 p.m. with guest speaker Dr. Roger Sutton on "Recent Developments in the Treatment of Osteoporosis." Register at 604-501-5010, Ref# 4322008. Refreshments following. All men and women welcome.
Librarian cuts are not devastating [Librarian cuts devastating, May 17 Letters, TIMES].
We could wring our editorial hands over the low voter turnout-although it did bump up by a miniscule one per cent this time.
We have two new BC Liberal MLAs in Chilliwack and Chilliwack-Hope, returning the Times' readership area to the Libs after 13 months with an orange NDP tint in the east.
IF your child has a beat, a riff, a groove, a poem without a melody or a melody without poem locked inside them, they may be able to find the key at West Vancouver songwriting camp.
Saturday, May 18...Second Time Around market, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Holy Trinity Cathedral, 514 Carnarvon St. For information and table rentals, call Richard at 604-521-8382 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Life Before the Taser by Douglas Barker and Amanda in England: The Missing Novel by Darlene Foster
You know something is very unique when a grandmother, her daughter and granddaughter are bound together by the same passion, one that allows them to express themselves and perform together on the same stage.
Talented artists: the next generation. It was the people's choice at the Emerging Talent Art Exhibition that gave up and coming artists Travis Anderson, Mieko Graham-Carty, and Pamella Pinard their awards.
The Burnaby-based Down Syndrome Foundation is hosting LemonAid, a fundraiser on May 23 at the River Rock Show Theatre in Richmond, and a well-known figure from the hit TV show Glee will be there.
The Burnaby Intercultural Planning Table is organizing a storytelling project so refugees and new immigrants can share their tales with the community.
After waiting a long time, residents near Greystone Plaza in North Burnaby finally have a local grocery store again.