James Smith

Regional parks in Delta reopen after long weekend closures

Around 600 vehicles were turned away from Boundary Bay Regional Park on April 11 alone

Delta police seek rightful owner of memorial plaque

The plaque was found in a car that was being salvaged and turned in to police in August 2019

Delta police seize nearly 4,000 surgical masks from two re-sellers

B.C. banned the resale of food, medical and cleaning supplies and personal protective equipment in March

Delta police nab impaired driver in golf cart

Police found the man driving in Tsawwassen early Tuesday morning wearing a bathrobe and slippers

Delta council approves plan to borrow up to $35 million in case of delayed tax revenues

Funds can be accessed to cover operating expenses as needed only until property tax revenue comes in

Delta asks province to allow local police, bylaw officers to enforce COVID-19 orders

Despite bylaw changes, local authorities are limited to providing information, advice and warnings

Virtual trivia night to benefit Delta-based BC & Alberta Guide Dogs

The online fundraiser will take place on Saturday, April 25 at 6 p.m. Pacific.

Regional parks in Delta closed for the long weekend

Boundary Bay and Deas Island parks closed ‘until further notice’ on Thursday, April 9

B.C. asking companies to contribute through online COVID-19 supply hub

New platform to co-ordinate, source, expedite supplies and equipment to support front-line workers

‘Modest’ shortfall projected in 2020-2021 Delta school budget

Despite $582,000 shortfall, the district is not proposing any staff reductions to balance the budget

Two people fined for trying to re-sell N95 and surgical masks in Delta

Police confiscated over 5,000 masks and are working with Fraser Health to see them put to good use

Boundary Bay Airshow latest Delta event cancelled due to COVID-19

Airshow joins the Delta Triathlon, Tour de Delta and North Delta Family Day on list of cancellations

Tour de Delta cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic

This year would have been the event’s 20th anniversary

No, Delta police are not pulling over cars to check for social distancing

DPD dispelling rumour cops pulling over vehicles with two or more people, checking IDs, issuing fines

UPDATE: Catalytic converters stolen from four ambulances being repaired in Delta

The thefts were reported on March 31, and police say they have no suspects at this time

Delta council passes bylaw to fine people who don’t socially distance, respect closures

Not social distancing or obeying provincial orders in Delta could set you back hundreds of dollars

COVID-19: Delta Police headquarters, North Delta Public Safety Building closed to public

Closures come almost a week after DPD announced it would draw back some services to conserve resources

UPDATE: Delta call centre to report gatherings, access help during COVID-19 pandemic now open

Mayor George Harvie, DPD Chief Neil Dubord spoke about the centre during a virtual townhall March 26

UPDATE: Delta’s local state of emergency suspended in favour of provincial response to COVID-19

Mayor Harvie says the province’s move strengthens Delta’s ability to enforce health officials’ orders

Pedestrians get priority on Tsawwassen First Nation roadways to encourage social distancing

The TFN executive council also closed roads in residential areas to all but local traffic