The Langley United Soccer Association is entering the realm of men's soccer.
After the Liberals unexpected victory at the polls last week, City Mayor Peter Fassbender found himself elected as MLA in Surrey-Fleetwood.
With a major milestone approaching, parishioners of St. Thomas Anglican Church are asking the public to help write the history of the downtown Chilliwack landmark.
More than eight months after their season started, the Surrey Eagles' dream of playing for the national championship fell one goal short.
In 2006, Microsoft mogul Bill Gates was invited to speak at a business seminar in Saudi Arabia.
The largest mosque in B.C. is officially open in Delta.
What really happened in the B.C. election? -- ? Your View Last week's question, results.
The Cloverdale Rodeo protester who filmed another woman in the throes of a racist rant before she was allegedly beaten up and then posted it on YouTube has done this sort of thing before.
With hints of summer sprinkled throughout the spring weather, a sure sign that warmer days aren't too far off is the opening of the White Rock Farmers' Market this weekend.
A second bear sighting in less than a month had several Surrey schools on alert Tuesday morning.
As the public conscience turns more and more toward leading a healthy lifestyle and increasingly away from commercial food sources, one South Surrey woman is hoping to see Surrey make changes that would allow for more residents to raise their own chickens.
Along with pretty much everyone else, I thought the election last week was going to produce a result exactly the opposite of what actually happened.
Having had time to catch my breath and reflect on the provincial election last week, I must say how very impressed I was with all my fellow candidates in Richmond-Steveston.
THE season of the garden is in full swing and as spring wanders along people are busily planting their gardens to provide interest, fragrance and flavour.
Local children's entertainers Bobs and LoLo go au naturel for the 36th annual Vancouver International Children's Festival on Granville Island, May 27 to June 2.The Juno-nominated duo's new show Nature Rocks!
In the wake of last week's provincial election, I've been toying with a question for which I'm not sure there's a correct answer: Are Delta South voters smarter, dumber or just plain different from those in the rest of B.C.?
Seven B.C. First Nations are calling on the provincial government and political leaders to commit to providing equal access to low-cost financing for public infrastructure construction.
Many of us in the West End use public washrooms and community centres every day without ever thinking twice about which door to use or what other people might think. Because for many of us, we have never questioned the sex we were assigned at birth. For many of us, our gender identities have been straightforward and our communities have been easy to navigate.
Congratulations to Vicki Huntington (independent, Delta South) and Scott Hamilton (Liberal, Delta North) for their victories and the victory of democracy in Delta in Tuesday's provincial election.