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Victoria takes step to avert job action by teachers

The provincial government's latest move in the labour dispute with teachers should be disturbing to all British Columbians.

Teacher job action could escalate

Union asking Labour Relations Board for ability to strike eight days over two weeks

UPDATE: Missing North Delta man located

The North Delta man who was reported missing Sunday morning was found early Monday. Delta police were asking for the public's help yesterday in finding a missing North Delta man. A neighbour last saw Bill McKinlay, 81, at about 8 a.m.

Madelene Van Beek wins Youth Gandhi Award

Delta, BC - A grade 12 student at South Delta Secondary School has been honoured with the 2011 B.C. Youth Gandhi Award. The award, presented by the Surrey Chapter of the B.C.

Delta council supports scaled back version of regional library budget

Civic politicians agreed Monday to a 3.3 per cent increase to Delta's share of the Fraser Valley Regional Library budget. The regional library board recently submitted a funding request to Delta for its share to increase by 5.

Whooping cough outbreak spreading through Fraser Health

Fraser Health is urging all adults and youth who are in regular contact with young children, including pregnant women and their partners, to see their doctor or participating pharmacist to get the free whooping cough vaccine.

Dashboards help to cut energy waste

Screens installed in every school in the district show students and staff consumption levels in real time
South Delta groups celebrate Scout-Guide Week

South Delta groups celebrate Scout-Guide Week

Robinson verdict a month away

Obstruction of justice trial of RCMP officer concludes after eight days of testimony in B.C. Supreme Court

Delta receives federal funding for solar hot water systems at pools

MP Kerry-Lynne Findlay, Mayor Lois Jackson and other officials were at the Ladner Leisure Centre Wednesday for a funding announcement that will benefit three of Delta's pools.