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Chamber announced finalists for Delta's Citizen of the Year Award

Sixty years after launching Delta's Citizen of the Year Award in 1951 the Delta Chamber of Commerce is announcing those nominated and selected as finalists in the annual Hats Off to Excellence Awards for 2011.

Delta police briefs

Here's a few of the calls that were keeping Delta police officers busy over the weekend. Thursday, Sept.

Two pedestrians struck at the same time in Ladner Tuesday morning

It was a tough morning for pedestrians Tuesday as Delta police responded to two separate collisions at the same time along Ladner Trunk Road. Officers got a call about a young girl being hit at 55B Street and Ladner Trunk Road at 8:32 a.m.

Coming Events

CLUBS AND GROUPS Special Olympics BC - Delta needs volunteer assistant coaches for our upcoming 2011-2012 season. Our Fall/Winter programs include floor hockey, curling, swimming, rhythmic gymnastics, 5-pin bowling, basketball and alpine skiing.

Cops 'Run Inn' for cancer

Fundraiser to benefit Canadian Cancer Society

Early long-haul truck drivers took B.C. roads less travelled

Taking a look back at the early days of trucking as industry recognizes National Trucking Week Sept. 4-10

So-called dying art is on the comeback trail

Home Canning Contest to be held at Day on the Farm

Final Outdoor Movie Night in Tsa. Saturday night

As summer comes to a close and the kids get ready to head back to school, Tsawwassen is hosting the last Outdoor Movie Night of the season Saturday night.

Homes for all

The mortgage foreclosure crisis in the U.S. is a prime example of life's necessities becoming commodities to be bought and sold.

Open house on Delta's agricultural plan

The municipality is holding a public open house on its draft agricultural plan on Tuesday, Sept. 13 at the Ladner Community Centre.