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Mayor Lois Jackson frustrated that homeowners continue to be targeted to fund region's transportation plan

Man in critical condition after being hit riding mini-bike in Ladner

A South Delta man is in critical condition in hospital after a he was hit while riding a mini-bike over the weekend. The incident occurred in the 4900-block of 45th Avenue at around 9 p.m. last Friday.

Minister aims to make B.C. small business friendly, Delta chamber told

Minster of State for Small Business Naomi Yamamoto says her goal is for B.C. to be the most small business-friendly province in Canada.

Ladner teen shares We Day stage with stars

Local teen Morgan Leung has attended the annual We Day events in Vancouver to take in the message of empowerment and effecting change, but this year she was part of bringing that message to youths from across the Lower Mainland.

Minister's Minute

THRONE OF GRACE Someone we care about dies suddenly, and amidst the shock of the news and the profound grief, a question often arises in the mind of the believer: "Where did my loved one go?" Or, "Were they at peace with God when they died?" Granted,

Delta hosting open house on Southlands proposal

Municipal staff available to answer public's questions

Museum taking antique clinic on road to North Delta

The Delta Museum and Archives Society is once again hosting an Antique Identification and Appraisal Clinic, but this time it's taking it to North Delta. Two sessions on Saturday, Nov.

Delta man in serious condition after being shot while hunting near Fort. St. John

A Delta man on a hunting trip in Northern B.C. was shot Tuesday morning after a fellow hunter mistook him for wildlife. The 56-year-old man was sitting on his ATV in the Pink Mountain Recreational Area of Fort St. John at around 8: 30 a.m.

Not all breakfasts created equal

There are many things to consider when picking out a cereal

Noa Wang captures third top writing prize in Junior Authors contest

The results are in for the fifth annual B.C.-wide Junior Authors Short Story Writing Contest. This summer, 58 stories were submitted from 17 municipalities across the province.