Boaz Joseph

It’s never too late to date

South Surrey and White Rock seniors' advocates saw a film about seniors doing speed dating. It gave them an idea.

The bee plot thickens

Pollinators are getting their own gardens, thanks to Surrey honeybee enthusiasts.

Piano days are here again

Surrey Museum's latest addition is a working 1904 Lansdowne player piano.

Connections from The Killing Fields

North Delta teacher-librarian tells the story of a Cambodian refugee she keeps in touch with.

Toddler taken to hospital after fall

Two-year-old girl tumbles out of window at house in Newton.

Fighting fire with food

Sikh community rallies to assist victims of Fort McMurray wildfires.

The Leader wins provincial honours

Writing and photography lauded at BC & Yukon Community Newspapers Association’s 2016 Ma Murray Awards

Put a little love in your cart

Gro-Carts Mobile Garden project aims to educate as well as feed.

Here’s looking at you, Snoopy

The public is invited to an open house weekend at OWL (Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society) in Delta.

Formal apology coming for Komagata Maru kin

Prime minister Justin Trudeau to apologize for 1914 incident in the House of Commons next month.

Meet your makers

North Delta Maker Lab imagines the future with 3D printing and laser cutting.

Forging community connections

In addition to receiving basic necessities, newcomers in need find friendship and learn basic skills at the Muslim Food Bank.

Bonfire includes possible toilet

Surrey firefighters douse bizarre backyard burn on Sunday.

Soccer for everyone

Surrey Football Club launches Adapted Soccer program for kids with developmental disabilities.

PHOTO: Beavers win Onion Cup

Surrey Beavers edge Bayside Sharks' top men's rugby club 39-7 to claim the Onion Cup title.

Tamanawis students roll up their sleeves

Students organized school's first blood donation drive March 9.

Driven to help cancer patients

Volunteers from cancelled program getting back in their cars.

NO FIXED ADDRESS: Working the NightShift in Surrey

How one local charity works to support those living extraordinarily rough lives.

Delta store volunteers tired of being dumped on

Penny Savers Thrift Store wants to put a stop to loads of unsalable items dropped off after hours.

A veteran’s Valentine

In love and war, Gerry Gaudet made good on a promise to his fiancée Irene: He came home.