It’s changed names, moved locations and undergone a major expansion, but its role as a centre for faith in the community has remained unchanged for 100 years.
Ridge Meadows RCMP executed a search warrant on a home in the 21400 block of 117 Avenue in Maple Ridge.
Cory Oskam looks like your typical teenage goaltender. His broad, fleshy frame fills a net and even in the gym for ball hockey, he positions his five-foot-eleven body to stop shots as if he’s wearing voluminous padding.
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It might have been expected, or even considered old hat, but Vicki Huntington's victory in Delta South in Tuesday's provincial election was nothing short of remarkable.
Congratulations to all who ran for office, winners and losers, and to their families, campaign volunteers and supporters. The Fat Lady has sung. It is over.
The mood at Bruce McDonald's campaign office could be described as cautiously optimistic as the polls closed Tuesday night, however, it soon became clear that while the Liberals were pulling off a surprise victory province-wide, the same could not be said for the Delta South candidate.
When it comes to close calls at the voting booth, Burnaby rarely disappoints - and last night's election results were no exception.
The Liberal strategy leading up to Tuesday’s election was to focus on the economy.But the NDP also wanted to talk about the economy, and because the Liberals wanted the discussion to centre around who would be better at managing the economy...
An independent can effectively represent a riding and be a voice for its citizens, says re-elected MLA Vicki Huntington.
Patrick O'Connor's desk, tucked away in the back of Linda Reimer's campaign office on St. Johns Street, looks like one inhabited by a man who hasn't had much time to organize.
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.
While the Liberals took pundits by surprise, securing another majority in Tuesday's provincial election, they lost a seat in Burnaby, leaving Richard Lee as the sole remaining Liberal in the city.
AS pundits and journalists autopsy the unexpected big win by the B.C. Liberals in the 2013 election, the North Shore's candidates are reflecting on hard-fought campaigns and looking to the future.
Being a police officer comes with a certain number of expectations - investigating tragedies, attending the scene of car accidents and interacting with criminals and victims. But Const. Arthur Wlodyka didn't expect he'd feel helpless while on the job.
THE professional pollsters may have got the election result wrong, but award-winning columnist Trevor Lautens - swimming against the stream as he often does - correctly predicted a win for Christy Clark in this newspaper on May 10 (read it at nsnews.com).
Even in his darkest political hour, John Yap never once considered throwing in the towel.
It was all cheers, champagne and cake at the corner of Garden City and Blundell roads Tuesday night after MLA Linda Reid was re-elected in the Richmond East riding.