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Photos: City of Delta pays tribute to Queen Elizabeth II

Photos: City of Delta pays tribute to Queen Elizabeth II

B.C. whales have their own police — but is it enough to fend off humans?

B.C. whales have their own police — but is it enough to fend off humans?

B.C.'s Whale Protection Unit is having an impact. But critics and officers say Canada is falling behind Washington State's approach when it comes to fines, permitting and manpower.
Housing a hot button election issue in Delta

Housing a hot button election issue in Delta

A series of changes are recommended in the city’s Housing Action Plan
More help needed for Delta seniors who want to live at home

More help needed for Delta seniors who want to live at home

Many seniors want to remain in their own homes longer to keep their independence, but face challenges including mobility, mental health and financial constraints
Changes for Delta School Board meetings

Changes for Delta School Board meetings

All members of the community are encouraged to attend the next meeting
Delta throwback: Club going strong since 1952

Delta throwback: Club going strong since 1952

The club changed its name a few years ago but its purpose remains the same
Tsawwassen cyclist thriving on the track and road this summer

Tsawwassen cyclist thriving on the track and road this summer

South Delta Secondary student was B.C.'s fastest junior rider at Canadian Road Championships in Edmonton
Boundary Bay Bluebacks make a big splash in Kamloops

Boundary Bay Bluebacks make a big splash in Kamloops

Club returns home with 15 medals from provincial championships
Letters: Thank-you Delta farmers

Letters: Thank-you Delta farmers

Great to see the event back in operation after the two-year hiatus due to the pandemic.
International students flocking once again to Delta

International students flocking once again to Delta

The program took a big hit due to the pandemic but is making a strong comeback