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Here are the results from our latest online poll question

Here are the results from our latest online poll question

Readers not too keen on passport design changes
Woman sues Burnaby-based insurer over Texas-sized hospital bill

Woman sues Burnaby-based insurer over Texas-sized hospital bill

Surrey resident Chuan Chao tripped and fractured her femur on a trip to Houston last year, but Pacific Blue Cross has denied her US$51,012 hospital bill claim, according to a BC Supreme Court lawsuit.
North Delta Crime Beat: Property manager reports mail theft

North Delta Crime Beat: Property manager reports mail theft

The purpose of the Crime Beat is to educate and inform the public about some of the property crime trends occurring in North Delta and other files of interest.
Canadian towns and cities try creative ways to recruit lifeguards amid shortage

Canadian towns and cities try creative ways to recruit lifeguards amid shortage

Staff running pools across Canada are trying to entice people to work as lifeguards amid a shortage, the Lifesaving Society says.
How to keep your kids safe at the pool, beach and cottage this summer

How to keep your kids safe at the pool, beach and cottage this summer

The season for pool parties, beach excursions and trips to the cottage has begun.Sadly, some of these events turn tragic each year and drowning is the second leading cause of preventable death for children under 10 years old in Canada.
'I will not bend': MP Jenny Kwan says she won't allow China to erase history

'I will not bend': MP Jenny Kwan says she won't allow China to erase history

The briefing with Canada's spy agency, warning Jenny Kwan that she is a target of foreign interference by China, took roughly an hour. It took less than a second, she says, for her to decide that she wouldn't let Beijing weaken her resolve.
Activists in Canada aim to carry torch for Hong Kong's silenced Tiananmen vigil

Activists in Canada aim to carry torch for Hong Kong's silenced Tiananmen vigil

Some members of Canada's Chinese diaspora are feeling the pressure to carry the torch as Hong Kong's renowned vigil commemorating the June 4, 1989, massacre in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square falls silent.
Minister ‘shocked’ at reports of Paul Bernardo being moved to medium-security prison

Minister ‘shocked’ at reports of Paul Bernardo being moved to medium-security prison

The federal public safety minister says reports of teen killer and serial rapist Paul Bernardo being transferred to a medium-security prison are “shocking and incomprehensible.
Letters: We have a fantastic little hospital

Letters: We have a fantastic little hospital

As an observer on the inside for four years I can tell the people of South Delta we have a fantastic little hospital
Delta's Super Bowl champion is now in the B.C. Sports Hall of Fame

Delta's Super Bowl champion is now in the B.C. Sports Hall of Fame

Mitch Berger becomes just the second inductee from Delta to go into the athletes category in the hall’s 57-year history