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Abramson gets lifetime honour from chamber

Longtime leader in business community recognized

Delta teachers to pull plug on extra-curricular activities

Delta students will soon feel greater impacts of the dispute between public school teachers and the government as teachers get set to pull out of extra-curricular and volunteer activities.
Transportation is critical, Tait tells chamber AGM

Transportation is critical, Tait tells chamber AGM

Few eager to discuss budget

School trustees hear from only two people at public meeting this week as they embark on annual process

Man approaches boys in North Delta

Delta police are investigating two suspicious incidents in less than a week in North Delta involving a man approaching young boys. At about 3: 50 p.m.

Shotgun report turns out only to be a pellet gun

The following are some of the calls of interest the Delta police responded to in the South Delta area between Monday, March 5 and Sunday, March 11: Ladner . March 5, 7: 38 p.m.

Are tolls the way to go?

HARRY CAINE Absolutely. I think that all bridges and tunnels should be tolled. We all live in Greater Vancouver and we're all responsible for the transportation in the whole area. Let's divide it equally.

Fraud talk in Ladner later this week

March is Fraud Awareness Month and George Greenwood of Canadian Identity Resources is coming to Ladner this week to discuss how to fight back against fraudsters.

Century Group could move head office from Tsawwassen to Surrey

Development firm that built much of Tsawwassen has plans to relocate head office to proposed Surrey tower

Double-barreled debate

In recent years, it has been customary for some newlyweds to make their names double-barreled. Suzie Smith and Billy Schmidt would not become what they would have become in days gone by: Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt. Now they would be the Smith-Schmidts.
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