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A thankful heart

It's a foggy fall morning and the leaves are changing colours in the background. Hues of crimson and gold fill the skyline.

Weights build brains and brawn

Studies show lifting can have a positive effect on grey matter

Mayor opposed to legalizing pot

Lois Jackson calls UBCM resolution 'wrong-headed' and says it would create more problems than it would solve

Local prop designer's work sets the stage

No detail is too small for Claire Carolan. She's a production properties designer and her latest play, Sylvia, is now on stage at Gateway Theatre in Richmond. The job entails coming up with the props that will be used in the production.

Keeping warm with radiant heat

During the frigid winter weather, energy-conscious Canadian homeowners are trying to find ways to stay warm without raising their home heating costs, and nearly two-thirds say they would likely invest in a quality heating system that was more expensi

Save money while staying warm

Even making a few changes around the house can help keep heating costs down and benefit the environment

Local history revealed in pair of library programs

Discover the history of your own community through a pair of upcoming programs at Delta libraries. Carol Ballard of the Delta Museum and Archives will present Early Delta History at the Tsawwassen Library on Thursday, Oct. 18 from 7 to 8: 30 p.m.

Urban futures survey provides residents with a voice in how the region develops

Delta residents have a new way to make their voices heard on issues such as the replacement of the George Massey Tunnel through the 2012 Metro Vancouver Urban Futures Survey.

Tough to prevent greenhouses

Municipality gets legal opinions in case Century Group turns to industrial agriculture for the Southlands
In Pictures: Giants take on SDSS teachers for charity

In Pictures: Giants take on SDSS teachers for charity