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Singer/songwriter Delta Jackson. (Photo submitted)

North Delta singer embraces new sound, new name

Delta Jackson (formerly jazz singer Jaclyn Guillou) is going country for her debut double EP

Singer/songwriter Delta Jackson. (Photo submitted)
Courtney Szto (second from left) joins Harnarayan Singh, Harpreet Pandher and Bhupinder Hundal on the set of Hockey Night in Canada Punjabi. (Amrit Gill photo)

South Asian hockey players in Lower Mainland face racism, other barriers to participation: study finds

Players surveyed said racist remarks on the ice “fair game” as means of getting under opponent’s skin

Courtney Szto (second from left) joins Harnarayan Singh, Harpreet Pandher and Bhupinder Hundal on the set of Hockey Night in Canada Punjabi. (Amrit Gill photo)
Map of the bike routes in North Delta showing the gap in service along 75A Avenue between 116th Street and Scott Road. (City of Delta photo)

Delta resident asking city to reinstate ‘missing’ bike lane

Kristen Spanza is calling for a dedicated bike line along 75A Avenue from 116th Street to Scott Road

Map of the bike routes in North Delta showing the gap in service along 75A Avenue between 116th Street and Scott Road. (City of Delta photo)
Break The Divide’s co-founder Abhayjeet Singh Sachal (second on the left) and Seaquam Secondary School’s chapter video calling East Three Secondary in Inuvik, N.W.T. (Break the Divide photo)

North Delta students aim to ‘Break the Divide’ and foster global change

The student initiative started in North Delta, but is now reaching to Surrey, Inuvik and beyond

Break The Divide’s co-founder Abhayjeet Singh Sachal (second on the left) and Seaquam Secondary School’s chapter video calling East Three Secondary in Inuvik, N.W.T. (Break the Divide photo)
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Power outages planned for North Delta, Surrey

Work planned for March 28 and 29 will affect more than 2,200 BC Hydro costumers

(BC Hydro/Twitter photo)
(Delta Police Department photo)

North Delta’s George Mackie Library to host teen forensics event

Session includes a Q&A and is suited for ages 12 and up as some material may be complex and graphic

(Delta Police Department photo)
Angela Lichty helped the SFU Clan win its first NAIA softball title in 1999. The team beat the Oklahoma City University Stars 7-3 in Jupiter, Fla. to win the championship. (SFU photo)

North Delta resident Angela Lichty to be inducted into the SFU Athletic Hall of Fame

Lichty played Clan softball from 1999 to 2002, bringing home SFU’s first NAIA title her freshman year

Angela Lichty helped the SFU Clan win its first NAIA softball title in 1999. The team beat the Oklahoma City University Stars 7-3 in Jupiter, Fla. to win the championship. (SFU photo)
Rabbit owners are advised to be cautious as there have been more confirmed cases of rabbit haemorrhagic disease. (News Bulletin file photo)

Lower Mainland rabbits confirmed killed by highly-infectious virus

Feral colony on Annacis Island in Delta died from hemorrhagic disease. Pet rabbits could be at risk

Rabbit owners are advised to be cautious as there have been more confirmed cases of rabbit haemorrhagic disease. (News Bulletin file photo)
Abhayjeet Singh Sachal speaking at a Break the Divide event at North Delta’s Seaquam Secondary on March 1, 2018. (James Smith photo)

North Delta student to speak at U.S. environmental education conference

Abhayjeet Sachal to present at the Southeastern Environmental Education Alliance conference in Florida

Abhayjeet Singh Sachal speaking at a Break the Divide event at North Delta’s Seaquam Secondary on March 1, 2018. (James Smith photo)
Minister of Transport Marc Garneau was in Delta on March 12 to announce the federal government will review Canada’s port authorities to “optimize their role in the transportation system as strategic assets that support inclusive and sustainable growth and trade.” Results of the review are expected in 2019. (James Smith photo)

Federal government to review Canada’s port authorities

Minister of Transport Marc Garneau announced planned stakeholder engagement with results due in 2019

Minister of Transport Marc Garneau was in Delta on March 12 to announce the federal government will review Canada’s port authorities to “optimize their role in the transportation system as strategic assets that support inclusive and sustainable growth and trade.” Results of the review are expected in 2019. (James Smith photo)
The North Delta Secondary Huskies won bronze at the 2018 BC Boys High School Basketball Championships at the Langley Events Centre on Saturday, March 10. (James Smith photo)

North Delta Secondary Huskies take bronze at BC High School Basketball Championships

In a repeat of the Fraser Valley finals, NDSS defeated the Pitt Meadows Marauders 69-52

The North Delta Secondary Huskies won bronze at the 2018 BC Boys High School Basketball Championships at the Langley Events Centre on Saturday, March 10. (James Smith photo)
North Delta Huskies’ Brandon Bassi against the McMath Wildcats in quarter-final action. (Gary Ahuja photo)

North Delta Secondary advances to semi finals at B.C. basketball championships

The Huskies fought their way to a 78-73 win over the fifth-seed R.A. McMath Wildcats of Richmond

North Delta Huskies’ Brandon Bassi against the McMath Wildcats in quarter-final action. (Gary Ahuja photo)
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North Delta woman targeted by disturbing phone call

An anonymous male caller is threatening Lower Mainland women, including at least one in North Delta

(Gilles Lambert/Unsplash.com photo)
A jubilant North Delta Secondary senior boys basketball team celebrates their win at the 2018 Fraser Valley AAA zone tournament. (Gary Sandhu photo)

North Delta Secondary all set for senior boys basketball provincials

Brother-like bond helped earn the team its first spot in the tournament since 2007

A jubilant North Delta Secondary senior boys basketball team celebrates their win at the 2018 Fraser Valley AAA zone tournament. (Gary Sandhu photo)