Re: "Would our MLAs take one for the team," News, May 17.
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.
“I gave you my house and you’ve given me a mansion!” exclaimed single mom Cathy Dunn, as she toured through her newly rebuilt Aldergrove home on Monday.
The Burnaby Intercultural Planning Table is organizing a storytelling project so refugees and new immigrants can share their tales with the community.
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.
Re: "District updates inclusion policy review," News, April 9.
If there was every any doubt that Stephen Harper's Conservatives bear zero resemblance to the long ago reformers who railed against government corruption and pork barrel politics, the expense scandal that's engulfed Senator Mike Duffy has surely put it to rest.
I would like to congratulate the three MLAs that were elected to represent Richmond the Legislature on May 14.
A teenager was bludgeoned with baseball bats while walking through Langley City Sunday night, Langley RCMP say.Police were called just before 9 p.m. to the 5400 block of 208th Street, where there was a report of a group of young men fighting with bats, said Cpl. Holly Marks, spokesperson for the Langley RCMP.
Delta Pacers tennis team successfully travelled a tough route to capture the Fraser Valley Championship last week.
After a 15-month investigation, two North Vancouver homeowners and a North Shore-based arborist are facing criminal charges after they allegedly cut down a swath of trees in Capilano River Regional Park.
"If there was ever any doubt that Stephen Harper's Conservatives bear zero resemblance to the long-ago reformers who railed against government corruption and pork barrel politics, the expense scandal that's engulfed Senator Mike Duffy has surely put it to rest."
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.?
If you're tired of reading about last week's provincial election, the validity of polls and what makes a strong political leader, good - so am I.
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.
Veteran civic councillor Scott Hamilton says he still has to decide whether to resign his Delta council seat following his provincial election victory in Delta North.
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.
Re: Voters in Delta South fail to figure out it's unwise to elect a voice in the wilderness, letter to the editor, May 17
Since 1991 I have voted NDP, Liberal, Green and independent. I'm not fickle; I just realize that no party platform can adequately address all of the government challenges facing B.C.