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Delta School District continues to help students learn and reflect

Delta School District continues to help students learn and reflect

If we open our hearts and minds to learning and reflecting on how we want to see our country’s values reflected in the future, we can join our children in becoming leaders in this change.
DPD stands in solidarity with TFN

DPD stands in solidarity with TFN

The DPD is dedicated to upholding the significance of this day throughout the year by fostering a safe environment and approaching interactions with the Tsawwassen First Nation (TFN) with a trauma-informed approach.
Let’s continue to listen and work together

Let’s continue to listen and work together

Let’s use National Day for Truth and Reconciliation as a reminder to listen, work together, and build that bridge to connect us, and not divide us.
Reflect on what you want Canada's reconciled future to look like

Reflect on what you want Canada's reconciled future to look like

There are many that can take action, including not just governments, companies and academia, but also individuals.
B.C. woman dubbed 'Wires' found liable in US$1-billion stock fraud case

B.C. woman dubbed 'Wires' found liable in US$1-billion stock fraud case

Gasarch was codenamed "Wires" by West Vancouver lawyer Fred Sharp, according to the U.S. Securities Commission findings in an August 2021 civil complaint.
Letters: The province needs to butt out of municipal affairs

Letters: The province needs to butt out of municipal affairs

Governments are not doing enough to shore up the aging infrastructure to enable population growth without deterioration in the quality of life
Chamber welcomes extra time for small businesses still recovering from COVID

Chamber welcomes extra time for small businesses still recovering from COVID

Instead of having to repay their Canada Emergency Business Account loans by this Dec. 31, in order to qualify for partial loan forgiveness of up to a third, businesses now have until Jan. 18, next year.
South Delta Crime Beat: Several computers stolen in business break-in

South Delta Crime Beat: Several computers stolen in business break-in

The purpose of the Crime Beat is to educate and inform the public about some of the property crime trends occurring in South Delta and other files of interest.
Plans for new Tsawwassen Town Centre Mall taking shape

Plans for new Tsawwassen Town Centre Mall taking shape

Good response at community open house on Sept. 28
A journey through colours and perspectives

A journey through colours and perspectives

New art exhibition opens Sept. 29 at Gallery 1710
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