Abbotsford musician and conductor David Rushton will direct the 45-voice Gloria Dei Chorale, Canada West Chamber orchestra and soloists Andrea and Amaris in Vivaldi's "Gloria," as well as additional vocal duets with orchestra and joyful choral selections.
Members of the talented Sardis Secondary Drumline have their eyes on Africa as they push to raise $10,000 for grandmothers caring for children orphaned by HIV/AIDS.
There is room in the pool for kids who want to try an Olympic sport this spring and summer.
It's 148,000 square feet of integrated health services and amenities to help develop all types of athletes - from the weekend warrior to the Olympic level - and it's finally taking appointments.
Exceptional athletes who know that age is just a number will be coming to Langley for the 2014 BC Seniors Games and a team of volunteers has been chosen to ensure the event is a great success.
Gareth Edwards’ reboot of the Godzilla franchise, currently shooting in B.C., turned part of Cypress Mountain into San Francisco Bay Area Park, last week during location shooting on the North Shore.
The West Coast writer who rose to fame when his patriotic ode to Canada We Are More was featured in the opening ceremonies of the 2010 Winter Olympics has become something unique: the poet as entrepreneur.
Re: "Time to kick liars to curb," Letters, April 26.
The St. George’s Saints shut out the two-time defending champions from Shawnigan Lake to win the 2013 high school boys rugby sevens provincial title April 28 at UBC’s Wolfson Field.
With its squalls and still air, blustery winds and shifting tides, the erratic conditions of English Bay could be the competitive advantage two sailors need to reach the 2016 Summer Games in Rio.
On Monday April 15, 2013, a senseless attack hit the city of Boston and affected almost every runner and most athletes worldwide. Within only a few hours of hearing the news, athletes everywhere rallied together to show their support and express their grief.
Tsawwassen author Melissa Haynes shares her experiences of volunteering at a Big Five game preserve in South Africa in her new book.
The Wakayama Children's Choir will perform in Richmond next week as part of the 40th anniversary celebrations of the two cities' relationship.
The first victim in political campaigns, as in wartime, is truth.
B.C. New Democrats are very inclusive. They'll take just about anybody who wants to be a candidate.
Two sports-minded people, one an athlete and one a sports builder, are being inducted into the Abbotsford Sports Hall of Fame on Saturday.
Langley Community Music School (LCMS) is known for bringing unique concerts to the region, but this month is exceptional with two renowned performances at the same location just slightly more than a week apart.
Re: "Destination museum dream re-floated," News, March 27.
For three decades, Kate Lister has volunteered her time to make sure people struggling with chronic mental illness have decent places to call home.