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‘Potential for wet snow’: Metro Vancouver put on alert ahead of snowfall

‘Potential for wet snow’: Metro Vancouver put on alert ahead of snowfall

The snow is expected to fall overnight Friday and Saturday morning
More students to benefit from Delta cycling course

More students to benefit from Delta cycling course

The city has been working on a new cycling master plan to develop a well-connected and complete network
South Delta Crime Beat: Police attend altercation at South Delta COVID-19 site

South Delta Crime Beat: Police attend altercation at South Delta COVID-19 site

Resident was denied a second COVID-19 vaccine because it had not yet been 29 days since first dose
B.C.'s active COVID-19 infections rise as serious cases fall

B.C.'s active COVID-19 infections rise as serious cases fall

Five more die from COVID-19, raising B.C.'s pandemic death toll to 2,345.
Delta responds to Metro's vision for city

Delta responds to Metro's vision for city

Metro 2050 could be improved by addressing some key gaps that directly relate to regionally significant issues in Delta, according to city planning staff
The latest COVID-19 numbers for the City of Delta, schools

The latest COVID-19 numbers for the City of Delta, schools

There’s almost 3,000 active cases of COVID-19 in the province and around 214,000 people who tested positive during the pandemic have recovered
Tsawwassen Rotarians present Gift of Light

Tsawwassen Rotarians present Gift of Light

Families invited to Diefenbaker Park on Sunday for fun activities and 25,000 lights being turned on at dusk
Delta resident pleads guilty to Tsawwassen arson

Delta resident pleads guilty to Tsawwassen arson

A major arson investigation in Tsawwassen has now concluded with a guilty plea. After more than a year of court appearances, 31-year-old Delta resident Daniel Robert Hacking entered a guilty plea recently in Surrey provincial court.
3rd Boundary Bay Scouts begin 50th year of Christmas Tree sales on Saturday

3rd Boundary Bay Scouts begin 50th year of Christmas Tree sales on Saturday

Due to last summer’s heat dome and subsequent tree damage, Boundary Bay had to purchase 50 percent more trees than previous years to secure an order
Editorial: Read the report and get the facts before the OCP public hearing for Ladner Village

Editorial: Read the report and get the facts before the OCP public hearing for Ladner Village

Successive councils have been trying to revitalize Ladner Village for more than 40 years