Bruce McDonald is a seasoned politician and I can't understand why he would align himself with a party that promised never to sell B.C. Rail and promptly sold it after it was elected.
Do you support further port expansion at Roberts Bank?...
World Migratory Bird Day will be marked for the first time in Delta this weekend.
Re: "Environmentalists can't refuse everything," In the House (Keith Baldrey), March 20.
The lobby effort to move container port expansion away from South Delta farmland will take another direction.
The Editor: -- Re: "Coal dust not a concern," Letters, April 5.
There's an effort afoot to move the Roberts Bank back-up lands more than 300 kilometres inland.
Delta is undertaking a coal dust monitoring program because of concerns about emissions from the Westshore Terminals facility at Roberts Bank.
Delta is organizing a tour of the Village of Ashcroft's container terminal with Lower Mainland port, rail and trucking officials.
Madonna was pretending to be a virgin, Michael J. Fox was heading Back to the Future, Live Aid was raising money and awareness about famine in Ethiopia and British scientists had just informed the world about a troublesome hole in the ozone layer over Antarctica.
Port Metro Vancouver says its numbers continue to grow, including setting records in the container and bulk sectors.
More than 200 people attended a public meeting last Saturday to hear about the multitude of concerns regarding planned port expansion in South Delta.
Do you wonder where all the container trucks will go as the port expands or as the South Fraser Perimeter Road opens? Have you wondered when the road closures on highways 10 and 99 will end?
Port Metro Vancouver has completed a second phase of consultation as it devises a plan to identify future land needs and how those sites should best be utilized.
A newly formed grassroots group opposed to port expansion in South Delta is holding a public meeting this Saturday.
To say it's tranquil at his East Ladner family farm would be a little clichéd, but, nonetheless, it's just about right.
A Deltaport that sees trucks arriving 24 hours a day would be key in helping make its operations even smoother, says Port Metro Vancouver president and CEO Robin Silvester.
Port Metro Vancouver's responsibilities shouldn't end at its gates.
It's exactly 7: 45 on a chilly Monday morning as long-time councillor Bruce McDonald and former mayor Doug Husband pull out of the parking lot at Delta municipal hall.