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Rights now under attack

Workers, unions are fighting back around the world

Are we really supporting local farmers?

Provincial gov't support dropped from $104 million in 1992 to $45 million in 2004, farmers forced to diversify

Bold solutions needed to save public services

Working people are true engines of the economy

New gov't guidelines to help with flood planning

Delta's location on floodplain puts the community at risk of flooding, some areas of dike in need of upgrades
Getting rid of some bad spirits

Getting rid of some bad spirits

Delta seeks proposals for Seven Seas building

The municipality has issued an expression of interest for creative proposals for the Seven Seas building and the adjacent vacant site that formerly contained the Brackman-Ker warehouse.
Premier back in Delta to announce school playground funding

Premier back in Delta to announce school playground funding

Premier Christy Clark was at a local school playground Friday morning to announce new funding for school playgrounds.

Implications of HST vote will be significant, says Delta chamber chair

The implications of the referendum result on the harmonized sales tax to all B.C. taxpayers are likely to be significant, says the chair of the Delta Chamber of Commerce. Reflecting on the recent HST vote, Ian Tait noted that in addition to the $1.

Campaign expected to heat up

Those on outside of Delta council already working hard in preparation for November's municipal election
Artists get together for show

Artists get together for show