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Hundreds ring in 2013 with annual dip in Boundary Bay

Hundreds ring in 2013 with annual dip in Boundary Bay

BIG changes are coming

2013 is shaping up to be a critical year for several large-scale projects Page 3
Big year for South Delta

Big year for South Delta

From the SFPR to the Southlands and the TFN developments, 2013 is shaping up to be a busy year

McDonald to seek Liberal nomination in Delta South

Longtime Delta council member Bruce McDonald announced he has decided to seek the Liberal nomination in Delta South. McDonald said he believes he can work at the provincial level to directly address the major concerns that affect South Deltans.

Registration for Delta Triathlon is slated to open in 10 days

Those making a New Year's resolution to improve their fitness or be more active in the community have to look no further than the Delta Triathlon. Registration for both participants and volunteers for the 14th annual event opens on Monday, Jan. 7.

Envision overwhelmed by response to Angel Tree program

For the third consecutive year, Envision Financial's Angel Tree program will be delivering Christmas joy to hundreds of local families.
Southlands Saga

Southlands Saga

Sean Hodgins, Century Group president and life-long Tsawwassen resident, is the central figure in the debate over the property's future. Page 3

Polar bears poised to take plunge on New Year's Day

The 33rd edition of Delta's annual Polar Bear Swim is set for New Year's Day. More than 300 hearty souls are expected to start 2013 off with a refreshing dip in the chilly water of Boundary Bay in the holiday ritual at Centennial Beach.

Blanket Drive to warm thousands

From the Ladner seniors that fundraised to buy socks to students in Richmond and Langley, the 18th annual Realtors Care Blanket Drive collected blankets and warm clothing to help over 19,000 working poor and homeless people across the Lower Mainland.

The next generation of guide dogs arrives just in time for Christmas

B.C. Guide Dog Services welcomed the next generation of guide dogs last Friday and over the next two years, local volunteers will help train these puppies to aid blind people and children with autism.