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Colourful parade to march down 56th St

Everyone loves a parade. The Rotary Parade at the Tsawwassen Sun Festival is no exception, drawing big crowds and plenty of community participation. "It's a very diverse parade.

No summer vacation from workouts

It warms my heart when clients tell me, as they prepare for their summer vacations, they have their "Away Programs" printed, their runners and workout gear packed, and our YouTube channel saved on their phones.

Signs of the times

Some churches opt for the funny one liner, others for a folksy welcome. Others have scrolling data signs.
Ward pushes limit in his MX2

Ward pushes limit in his MX2

72-year-old pilot has found the perfect aircraft for his .high energy flying'

Sound of clothes washer isn't music to their ears

It happened again last week. The husband retrieved his shorts from the wash, only to discover that his iPod had taken a dunk. Poor thing didn't make it, despite valiant efforts by the husband to resuscitate it with towels and a blow dryer.

Pilots poised to put on show

Spectators to be wowed by stunts in skies above boundary bay airport saturday

Artist puts on retrospective

Ladner artist Michael Abraham will have a retrospective exhibit with over two decades of his work on display this summer at the Evergreen Cultural Centre in Coquitlam.
Exploring Alaska's primeval wilderness

Exploring Alaska's primeval wilderness

Service recognized

Curt Jantzen (left) was honoured with a Long-Term Contribution Award at a Delta council meeting last month. Coun.

Guild mixes oil and water again

10th annual art competition begins next week at tsaw. longhouse gallery