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Teachers reach deal to end heated labour dispute

The B.C. Teachers' Federation has reached a deal with the B.C. Public School Employers' Association to put an end to the year-long heated labour dispute.
SDSS grads on parade

SDSS grads on parade

Correcting those muscle imbalances

Correcting those muscle imbalances

Muscle imbalances are something that I see a lot of in my business. One shoulder sitting higher than the other, one arm stronger than the other, one leg more dominant than its counterpart.

Report outlines council pay and expenses for 2011

Mayor Lois Jackson chalked up just over $134,857 in total pay, benefits and expenses as Delta's mayor and head of the police board last year.

Employers expect active hiring climate in 3rd qtr

Delta-Richmond area employers are expecting an active hiring climate in the region during the third quarter this year, according to the latest Manpower Employment Outlook survey.

Delta greenhouse receives non-GMO certification

Process started after customer asked if tomatoes were genetically modified

Celebrating Canada

South Delta home to a myriad of Canada Day events

Delta council salaries for 2011

Mayor Lois Jackson chalked up just over $134,857 in total pay, benefits and expenses as Delta's mayor and head of the police board last year.

Food & Fun

Asian Restaurant - Ocean Palace Bakery - Richlea Bakery - Ladner - 56th Street Café - Tsawwassen Bed & Breakfast - River Run Cottages Breakfast Restaurant - ABC Restaurant Butcher/Meat Shop ? Thrifty Foods Catering Service - Café de Gourmet Coffee

Delta signs on for climate change pilot project

Delta signed up last week to participate in a pilot project looking at the potential impacts of climate change on agriculture. Recognizing the potential significant impact of climate change on the province's agricultural sector, the B.C.