A morning walk turned ugly for a labradoodle on Thursday after the dog’s mouth and paw were snared on fishing hooks that had been threaded through a chunk of bait.
Memorial Park is the place to be this weekend thanks to the annual Ladner Pioneer May Days festivities.
IF you're a registered voter in B.C. there's a 48 per cent chance you did not vote on election day. In 1983, 70 per cent of eligible British Columbians voted in the provincial election. In 2013, only 52 per cent of British Columbians voted. The B.C. Liberals snagged 58 per cent of the seats with 44 per cent of the votes. Does that disparity mean we should ditch first past the post and switch to proportional representation or a single transferable vote system? Or do we just need a better-informed electorate choosing from a higher calibre of candidate?
The Ladner waterfront revitalization bylaw that is coming to public hearing at municipal hall on Tuesday, May 28 will encourage applications for six-storey buildings on the south side of Chisholm Street.
The South Delta Artists Guild would like to thank all the participants for our wonderful fundraising event, Cause for Paws, Feathers and Fur.
Now that the Corporation of Delta has circulated the details of the public information meeting to be held on Thursday, May 30 from 3 to 8.30 p.m., it is timely to wonder if there will be an answer to the following question.
A North Vancouver con man who tried to derail a fraud investigation against him by posing as a police officer to foreign banking officials has managed to get four convictions of impersonation overturned by the B.C. Court of Appeal.
The four Tri-Cities Rotary clubs are joining forces once again with eight local grocers to host the biannual Generous Hearts Food Drive. The food drive will be held on Saturday, May 25 and Sunday, May 26 at various grocery stores in the Tri-Cities.
Jordan Sturdy, MLA-elect for West Vancouver-Sea to Sky, said Tuesday (May 21) that he had not yet come to a decision regarding his future as mayor of Pemberton after his election to the provincial legislature on May 14.
A couple of hours were dedicated to a Speed Watch blitz on Thursday afternoon in East Maple Ridge.
Carson Graham secondary students Jasmine Price and Leah Newson feature the music of Mother Mother in their new musical Oh My Heart.
Former Maple Ridge mayor Gordy Robson has filed a response to the municipal government’s lawsuit over his golf course.
COQUITLAM — Coquitlam Mounties are hoping the public can help them quickly catch a suspect wanted in a sexual assault of a six-year-old girl at Lafarge Lake.
Mounties are asking for the public’s help in finding a custom-built Freedom Concepts bike.
Canadian Tire in Maple Ridge has raised a significant amount of money for families that cannot afford to enrol their children in organized sports and recreation through the Together We Can Help All Kids Play campaign.
Two local soccer teams...
The Fraser River peaked last Friday and Saturday, causing some water levels in Maple Ridge to rise, for example, the Kanaka Creek estuary.
So far in our current series we have covered bar fishing and trolling. I know some of you are finding this boring, but bare with me there are times when things need to be pruned back to a bare stock in order for new life to unfold. That being said this week's topic is float fishing. Oh, you don't fish with floats? Perhaps no, or perhaps you fish with them under their pseudonym of strike indictor. Whatever you choose to call it a float/bobber is a float.
The Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows libraries will kick off their free Summer Reading Club in early June.