The award season officially kicked off in his hometown for Brendan Gallagher.
The 32nd annual Jog for a Jug takes place tomorrow south of the border in Point Roberts.
For Canadians considering a trip overseas for surgery or other medical care, there are guidelines now available from Simon Fraser University researchers to help make informed decisions.
The ninth annual Langley Relay for Life will be back on the track again this June 21-22.
Malcolm and Jack Shields like to spend their time putting together Lego, firing Nerf guns at one another, or just hanging out.
The annual Terry Fox Run, which has raised millions of dollars for cancer research in the past 33 years, is looking for an event coordinator in Abbotsford.
A Burnaby couple is backing the Ride to Conquer Cancer in hopes that more research will lead to a cure for their son with leukemia.
It will be a while before Bill Reid's position as executive director at the Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce is taken.
A diagnosis of cancer is tough for anyone to deal with, but imagine having that diagnosis four times in a seven-year life, and you'll know what young Gage Staley and his mom Krystie Biernaczyk face every day.
The Canadian sun protection brand has provided sun care kits to all members of Canada's women's national team, who as role models for youth will play an important part in educating Canadian families about the importance of sun protection from an early age, according to a release.
The Men's Club of St. John the Apostle Anglican Church hosts a garage sale, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 2208 St. Johns St. in Port Moody, featuring furniture to knick knacks.
Country musicians Aaron Pritchett, Dallas Smith and others will perform outdoors in Cloverdale on Saturday, July 27.
Incorrect donor information appeared in a story on the front page of the May 21 edition of The Maple Ridge & Pitt Meadows TIMES [Young dad in fight of his life].
Dust off those golf clubs for a good cause next week.
Students from four local high schools have united to stage another Hawkathon: A Walk to Remember fundraiser this Sunday, June 9.
Re: "Bill Reid loses battle with cancer," the Now, May 30.
Photo contest The seventh annual Friends of the Library Photo Contest kicks off in June. All amateur photographers from Chilliwack, Hope, Agassiz and Yarrow are invited to showcase their talent. Photos must have been taken in the Fraser Valley between Autumn 2012 and August 2013. There are four age groups open to the public and two categories-seasonal/places and people/animals-within each age group. For more information, pick up an entry form starting June 10 at the Chilliwack, Sardis and Yarrow libraries.
All of his siblings, his wife, dozens of his contemporaries and even himself - the numbers are so shocking, it's almost as if cancer is inescapable in Larry McDonald's life.
Achieve Radiance Events & Communications hosts "Glow: A Women's Evening of Change and Celebration" starting at 7 p.m. at 405 North Rd., Coquitlam inside the Executive Plaza Hotel. Tri-Cities women are invited to this gala conference featuring guest speakers Suzette Amaya from Big Brothers Canada, author Lee Johnson and comedian Monique Hurteau. Tickets: $85. For info visit www.achieveradiance.com/glow/coquitlam-2013.