"I gave you my house and you've given me a mansion!" exclaimed single mom Cathy Dunn, as she toured through her newly rebuilt Aldergrove home on Monday.Dunn and her sons Ian, 14, and Jamie, eight, are the 2013 recipients of the Acts of Kindness project's Extreme Home Repair, a project coordinated by the Aldergrove Seventh Day Adventist Church.
Join in and have some fun with Who Am I? Who Am I? is part of a twice-weekly TIMES contest, where readers are asked to identify people from this community’s distant and recent past.
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.
Fort Langley was the scene of arguably the grand-daddy of all May Day celebrations in B.C. on Victoria Day Monday.
Surrey Libraries is calling for original poetry submissions as part of a contest in commemoration of Surrey's new city hall and civic plaza.
A 12-storey highrise proposed for Vidal Street is one step closer to fruition following a narrow vote at last week's council meeting.
The good news story from Thursday's Whonnock Community Association's annual general meeting was that the board now includes its youngest member, according to Whonnock resident Jo Ann ten Brink. Jacqlyn Rempel will be the association's vice-president.
Langley Township council reversed course May 13 on asking a developer to pay for a new traffic signal in downtown Fort Langley.
I have a three-year-old daughter who will be starting kindergarten in September 2014, the date considered by School District 33 as the earliest time for an early French immersion (EFI) program to begin in Chilliwack.
Local parents who want their kids in early French immersion are busy looking for alternatives to the Chilliwack school district after the board of education rejected a plan last week to start a program here in 2014.
A shorter, more architecturally distinct version of the mid-rise development earmarked for the 1300-block of Marine Drive in West Vancouver took one more baby step towards realization.
District of North Vancouver Next regular council meeting, Monday, May 27, 7 p.m. dnv.org
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.
Now that the applause has died down, and all the back-slapping, high-fiving and Laurel and Hardy handshakes has been given (Blazing Saddles), the real work begins. What the heck do you do with all the election signs?
We are students at High Hopes Preschool at Hawthorne Park in Ladner. All of us, as concerned citizens, are discussing Delta's recycling program.
Re: Tree removal has neighbours upset, May 10 I find it odd the reporter would write this very biased article without consulting with anyone from The Royal Oaks strata or our management company.
Delta can't save all its heritage structures, but more perhaps can be done to save as many as possible.
The Burnaby Teachers' Association may be crying foul over the school district's decision to lay off 75 teachers, but the district says these layoffs are just part of the system and have to happen every year.
A more modest vision for development at Ambleside's waterfront breezed through first reading at Monday's West Vancouver council meeting.