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Baird looks to get her old job back

Former chief announces she will run in Tsawwassen First Nation election created by successful appeals
Critical stop on Southlands road

Critical stop on Southlands road

Civic politicians to decide Monday whether to allow Century Group proposal to move to next stage of process

MLA to present four locals with medals

Delta South MLA Vicki Huntington will present four Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medals this Saturday to recognize outstanding local accomplishments to the community.

Former chief Kim Baird to run in upcoming TFN election

Former chief Kim Baird's name will be on the ballot when members of the Tsawwassen First Nation go back to the polls.

Tsawwassen First Nation to hold another election after pair of appeals upheld

The TFN Judicial Council, which acts as the supreme court of the First Nation, has upheld a pair of appeals launched in the wake of the Sept. 5 general election. The TFN announced Tuesday that means another election must take place.

Coming Events

CLUBS & GROUPS ?Go Green Delta Book and Film Group, meets at Tsawwassen Library to discuss Behind the Beautiful Forevers, by Katherine Boo on Wednesday, Dec. 12 at 7 p.m.

What gets you into the holiday spirit?

. 50 per cent said Christmas music. . 18.75 per cent said decorating a Christmas tree. . 25 per cent said spending time with family. . 6.25 per cent said sending Christmas cards.

Sweaters aren't the only ugly item worth a party

Tis the season. I know this because the trees are up, the holly is hung and the ugly sweaters are everywhere. It's true.

Arson suspected in Lions Park fire

Arson is suspected after a fire at a local park Tuesday. Delta police officers were called in by Delta fire investigators to assist with a possible arson investigation after a fire in the men's bathroom at Lions Park in Ladner.

Fourth suspect convicted in Tsaw. man's murder

Fifth and final accused in slaying of Bill Dobbs in California in 2007 is scheduled to go to trial next spring