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CARROLL ALLAN I am a 27-year resident of Delta. Both my daughters and two grandchildren attended schools in Delta. I have, like many in our community, paid taxes for over 20 years for children, other than my own, to be educated.

Judgment is reserved in Berner appeal

Lawyer for driver convicted in 2008 crash that killed Ladner youngster in court seeking acquittal or new trial

Council candidates square off on Delta Cable

The 13 candidates hoping to win a Delta council seat in the upcoming municipal election squared off on Delta Cable last Thursday evening. It was the first and only gathering of the campaign for the council candidates.

Southlands issue looms over campaign

It's no surprise the future of the contentious Southlands property in Tsawwassen is the biggest and most controversial single issue for Delta council and mayoral candidates in this year's municipal election.

What the candidates have to say in 50 words or less

. I support the preservation of farmland. I do not support largescale housing development. Growth in South Delta has been steady and constant for decades. Just look at the new and approved housing developments all around us.

MLAs differ on endorsing civic candidates

Gentner backs pair; Huntington abstains

Richmond RCMP member faces criminal charges after incident in Delta

A Richmond RCMP member has been charged in connection with a hit and run drink-driving incident. Cpl. Tony Bernard is alleged to have sideswiped another car while off-duty in the 5400 block of Highway 17 in Delta.

Candidates for Delta school board

NICK KANAKOS My professional life has been devoted to providing quality education in Delta and it would be an honour to give back to our school district as a trustee. I am a retired teacher who taught in Delta for over 30 years.

'Really difficult' time for school after allegation

Delta Secondary and the community have been left reeling after a teacher was arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting a student. "Obviously this is really difficult on a school," principal Terry Ainge said this week.

'Facts' in dispute in Southlands debate

Group opposed to developing contentious Tsawwassen property criticized for spreading misinformation
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