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Officers called to domestic dispute prior to fatal shooting, according to Delta police

Delta police investigators have arrived in Nimpo Lake and are beginning to piece together the chain of events that ultimately led to a fatal police shooting. Following the Sept. 24 shooting, the RCMP requested Delta officers investigate.
Delta Optimist reporter sees impact ride makes firsthand

Delta Optimist reporter sees impact ride makes firsthand

Cops for Cancer is a physical and emotional journey

Cops for Cancer rides through South Delta Thursday

Riders from the Canadian Cancer Society's Cops for Cancer Tour de Valley team will make a number of stops in South Delta Thursday on the eighth day of their nine-day trek.

West Van honours Rutledge

The District of West Vancouver has honoured one of the greatest players ever to come out of the Delta Falcons Field Hockey Club.

Premier pledges $50M or port's rail network

Announcement is part of province's new jobs plan

Delta officers called in to investigate shooting

The Delta police department has been asked by the RCMP to investigate a police involved shooting where a man from Williams Lake was killed. The incident occurred in the early morning hours of Saturday Sept. 24 in the Nimpo Lake area.

Tsawwassen's Andrew Conley seeking seat on Delta council

Tsawwassen resident Andrew Conley has announced he's seeking a seat on Delta council in the November civic election.

UBCM backs Delta motion to get Victoria to drop health care lawsuits

Other B.C. municipalities have joined Delta's call for the provincial government to drop all claims against cities under the Healthcare Cost Recovery Act.
Swingin' for the children again

Swingin' for the children again

A unique fundraiser in Tsawwassen last Friday marked a past trek and raised $800 for the Make a Wish Foundation's B.C. and Yukon chapter.

Fall instinctively signals need to stock the larder

Barbecue has to wait as cooking frenzy takes priority