Delta's mosquito control program will continue despite the West Nile virus being a no-show in the region.
There are plenty of things to do this weekend in Burnaby, including Earth Day celebrations, a plant sale, a wine and food festival, and more. We're continuing with our popular feature - the Burnaby NOW's Top 5 (Or More) Things To Do This Weekend. Here's our Top 5 list for April 19 to 21.
Dear Editor, -- Most of the time I like Tim Tyler and his humour.
Fraser Health's order that Chilliwack chlorinate the water supply means an increase in municipal costs that will be passed on to homeowners.
The idea that chlorine is going to kill everyone, or make everyone sick, is ludicrous. It is used worldwide to prevent the diabolical E. coli virus, and when kept to its intended levels, you will not even know it is there.
The Rotary Club of White Rock, the oldest Rotary Club on the Peninsula, wishes to thank all the local residents who made its recent "31st Annual Book Sale" such a great success. The sale was held at Semiahmoo Shopping Centre in South Surrey and raised almost $40,000 - a 4.5 per cent increase over last year.
THE FOLLOWING is a selection of volunteer opportunities from various community organizations, made available through Volunteer North Shore, a service of North Shore Community Resources Society.
Fears that the Fraser Health Authority (FHA) would never let Chilliwack turn off its emergency chlorination system in the wake of a recent low-level E. coli test have been confirmed.
Dining Out For Life, B.C.'s largest restaurant fundraiser is coming to New West this week.
MLA John Les, instead of posturing and postulating, simply needs to change the legislation that Fraser Health is enforcing.
The tests may be clear but chlorine continues to be added to Chilliwack's drinking water system "until further notice."
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is warning the public not to consume various herbal teas, because they might be contaminated with salmonella.
NORTH Vancouver resident Melodee Brown and her daughter, Saidee, a student at Handsworth secondary, are currently raising funds for an Arusha, Tanzania orphanage they plan to visit next month as part of an International Volunteer HQ mission to the country.
Re: "Richmond realtor reduced to tears on African mis-ion," News, Feb. 13.
Three restaurants in Richmond have stepped up and will open their doors Thursday, March 7 to celebrate Dining Out For Life, BC's largest restaurant fundraiser.
The Rotary clubs of Tsawwassen and Ladner will be promoting Rotary International's End Polio Now campaign this weekend in South Delta.
Every year, there's a few mandatory dinner-out night that come along - those typically include Valentine's Day, anniversaries, and birthdays.
A recent survey conducted by the Canadian Liver Foundation (CLF) has found that confusion and a lack of information may be standing in the way of Canadians with hepatitis C being diagnosed and treated.
You've likely heard of hepatitis C. What you may not know is that more than 300,000 people in Canada are living with the disease, but many don't know it. How can that be?