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Beating the heat, and speeders

Ladner CoPS volunteers try to keep cool on River Road during last week's heat wave while trying to keep drivers in check with the mobile speed monitoring station.

Treaty process criticized

As another First Nation signs a treaty, some are speaking out against B.C.'s processes

Report shows continued growth at port

Six per cent growth so far this year evidence of the need to increase container capacity, says PMV president

Youths rally together to support injured friend

Mitch Lepore hurt while hiking on Galiano Island

Crown announces it will not appeal Robinson sentence

Crown prosecutors will not appeal former RCMP Cpl. Benjamin "Monty" Robinson's sentence, the B.C. Criminal Justice Branch announced Friday afternoon.

Legion hosts show 'n' shine

The Tsawwassen Legion is hosting its second annual Car and Motorcycle Show N' Shine this Sunday. Organizers expect 75 exhibitors based on the phone calls and inquiries they've been getting.

Crown drops teacher sex charges

The sex assault charges against a local teacher were dropped this week.

Delta looking at fines for secondary suite violations

Delta is going to make it costly for anyone trying to pull a fast one when it comes to renting out an undeclared secondary suite.

Ladner Storm looking for support

The Ladner Girls U10 Storm is one of 15 teams acorss Canada vying for the title of BMO Team of the Week 2012 Champion and $125,000 towards the refurbishment of their local soccer field. Voting opened last week and will continue until Aug. 27.

Sex charges against Ladner teacher stayed

The sex assault charges against a local teacher were dropped this week.
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