WHILE recently perusing the list of winners in one food magazine's "best of" awards, I was struck by an anomaly in the "Neighbourhood Gem" category.
The Burnaby NOW ran some incorrect information in a story titled Nailbiters in Burnaby race, in the May 15 provincial election edition. The story states that Liberal MLA Richard Lee beat New Democrat Mondee Redman in the 2009 election by 825 votes. According to the final results, Redman lost by only 548.
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.
What do CBC Radio 3 personality Grant Lawrence, Vancouver punk rocker Joey Keithley and Old Yale Brewing Company have in common?
Chilliwack Mounties are on the lookout for the man who held up a flower vendor at knifepoint last Tuesday.
After waiting a long time, residents near Greystone Plaza in North Burnaby finally have a local grocery store again.
Burnaby resident Jim Crescenzo started this program in 1981, and he estimates the annual budget is $20,000.
Being a parent is a tough job for two people, regardless how old the child is.
McDonald's restaurants in Ladner and Tsawwassen raised almost $7,000 for Reach Child and Youth Development Society during one of the most successful McHappy Days ever last Wednesday.
A number of community groups and businesses took a spin around the Royal City to support life-saving research.
FOR an artist, there's not much better than working at Disney, home to legendary worldwide animation films, television shows and characters spanning through decades and generations of adoring fans.
Ladner actress Katelyn Mager was a winner at the 34th annual Young Artist Awards in Los Angeles last weekend.
LEONARDO DiCaprio and Carey Mulligan may shine in The Great Gatsby, but the jewelry is the real star of the show.
Phu Thai Spa in Ladner is thanking the community for a great first year by hosting a fundraiser to benefit the Delta Hospice Society tomorrow.
DISTRICT of West Vancouver council approved Capilano Rugby Football Club's application for a primary liquor licence Monday.
This week in tech news, it looks like authorities are once again making moves against the infamous Pirate Bay.
The first Target store in Langley is opening sooner than expected - today, in fact.
McDonald's restaurants will celebrate McHappy Day on Wednesday, May 8, where one dollar from every Happy Meal, coffee and Big Mac sold goes to local children's charities across the country.
Queens Avenue Daycare is proud of its legacy of offering quality childcare in the Royal City.