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Rotary serving to change lives in Delta

Rotary serving to change lives in Delta

Rotary Club of Ladner recently installed its new president, Denis Denischuk
We Love Delta Pop-Up Park a huge hit

We Love Delta Pop-Up Park a huge hit

Pop up parks and street FUN-iture have arrived in Delta for the summer
Delta throwback: Westham Island's football team

Delta throwback: Westham Island's football team

Historic names from Delta’s past comprised the team’s membership over its years
Beach Grove pros played 17 straight hours of golf for ALS

Beach Grove pros played 17 straight hours of golf for ALS

Brent Derrheim and Jordan Rodda teed off at 5 a.m. and played their last hole at 10 p.m.
Ladner throwback: Ferguson Motors

Ladner throwback: Ferguson Motors

A Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce is now located on the Ladner site
North Delta’s ‘Nick’s Nook’ is a community approach to address food insecurity

North Delta’s ‘Nick’s Nook’ is a community approach to address food insecurity

The ‘take what you need, leave what you can’ pantry will offer non-perishable food, personal hygiene items and period products
Delta throwback: A new service station for Ladner

Delta throwback: A new service station for Ladner

The gas station is still there today but auto repairs have been replaced by burgers
New programs for people living with dementia and their caregivers available to Delta residents

New programs for people living with dementia and their caregivers available to Delta residents

The Society is encouraging any caregivers or people living with early-stage dementia in the Delta area to call the Helpline
Video: City of Delta engineering crew reunites mamma duck with ducklings

Video: City of Delta engineering crew reunites mamma duck with ducklings

Something to put a smile on your day
Delta residents stepping up in a big way for Lytton wildfire evacuees

Delta residents stepping up in a big way for Lytton wildfire evacuees

Lytton resident and carpenter Pierre Quevillon was in Tsawwassen Thursday to pick-up an assortment of tools that had been donated to him as well as gift cards from local businesses