Wildfires alert locals to need for an disaster plan for Langley animals

Shelter staff were moved by the kindness of wildfire relief donors and volunteers in Kamloops.

Langley student wins flying scholarship

“The coolest thing I have done” cadet says

VIDEO: Train Day is coming to the BC Farm Museum

A world of model locomotives and more at Fort Langley site

Gas app launched in Langley to help disabled drivers

Pos-Abilities founder would like to see app go Canada-wide

Teen debate club makes contribution to White Rock Elks

Started by two teens, new speaking club is making a contribution to the community

South Surrey student keen on climate change

Kiera Adams investigating how homeowners can reduce their carbon footprint.

Surrey celebrates National Aboriginal Day in Bridgeview


Cloverdale hosts annual Color Me Rad run


Five years of 4x4s


Drumming their way to world-record fame for Canada 150


Floral artist recognized for lifetime achievement

White Rock resident Tony Graaf’s passion to educate celebrated

24-hour ride raises $2,800 for childhood cancer

Retired firefighter does laps around White Rock, cycling 471 kilometres

Clova Theatre gets a facelift

Iconic Cloverdale landmark undergoing exterior restoration work

Delta Museum and Archives Society collecting stories to mark Canada’s 150th birthday

“Our Delta Stories” will be shared on the society’s social media pages and website

  • Jul 20th, 2017

North Delta history: Skid row was key to local logging industry

Located at the foot of 72nd Avenue, it allowed for bolts of cedar to be transported to local mills.

  • Jul 22nd, 2017

North Delta pitmaster helps feed wildfire evacuees

Jamie Leighton served 2,300 meals to firefighters and families fleeing the flames.

  • Jul 19th, 2017

Hot potato event planned

Semiahmoo Secondary students feeding homeless people in Downtown Eastside

A focus on reconciliation

Indigenous and non-indigenous students learn together through Right to Play

Brandon Durieux lived surrounded by ‘so much love’

South Surrey native remembered for his kind soul, willingness to help

Surrey poet laureate hosts teen workshops

Surrey’s poet laureate is teaching youth about writing without judgment

Mother Language Festival focuses on Surrey’s cultural diversity

Four-hour event held at Bear Creek Park

  • Jul 18th, 2017

VIDEO: A torrent of toadlets through Langley yard

Flood of immature amphibians covers patio and lawn

‘It’s all about sharing,’ families take ownership of new playboxes at Surrey Parks

The City of Surrey has provided seven parks with big boxes stocked with sports equipment and games for the summer.

  • Jul 17th, 2017

Calming the chaos with music

A father-son duo are bringing smiles in a tense time to evacuees in Prince George