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Utility bill to reach $915 this year

Civic politicians approve $55 increase as cost of water, sewer, garbage collection and recycling all on the rise

Delta private schools top public counterparts in rankings

Southpointe Academy shares number one spot in B.C. in annual Report Card issued by the Fraser Institute

Car shopping has got a lot more complicated

"What are you looking for in an automobile?" a car salesman asked us recently when we landed on his lot. At one time, back when I acquired a driver's licence, the automobile was a pretty basic piece of machinery.

TFN Chief Kim Baird named a finalist for Kwantlen's Distinguished Alumni Award

Tsawwassen First Nation Chief Kim Baird has been recognized as a distinguished alumnus by a Lower Mainland post-secondary institution.

Second time off-duty cop comes to the rescue

For the second time in the past week an off-duty police officer has come to the rescue of a motorist trapped in a ditch in South Delta.
Ladner Legion hosts Last Post for D-Day survivor Nattrass

Ladner Legion hosts Last Post for D-Day survivor Nattrass

The Ladner Legion remembered one of Canada's Second World War veterans last Saturday. The Last Post for Tsawwassen's Sheldon Dennis Nattrass was officiated by Padre Jim Short and Jim Ingram.

King's spending doesn't produce results

Mayoral candidate receives over $70,000 in contributions, but finishes in third place

Book proceeds to charity

A local author and artist is donating the proceeds of his latest work to a variety of charities. Tsawwassen's Michael Duncan describes his 22nd book, The Snow will never Fall, as "a different sort of love story.

Delta hopes study will spur action on tunnel

Delta is looking at taking the lead in finding a solution to the traffic tie ups at the George Massey Tunnel. At last week's Delta council meeting, civic politicians approved a motion directing staff to develop terms of reference for a traffic study.

Utility rates on the rise

Delta council has approved a $55 increase to utility bills for 2012. Civic politicians supported the hike Monday, which sees the flat utility rate for a single-family home jump to $915 this year, up from $860 in 2011.
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