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The proposed layout of a new cricket pitch at Delview Park in North Delta. (City of Delta photo)

North Delta slo-pitch players upset about having to make room for cricket at Delview Park

Adding cricket to the schedule cost Surrey North Delta Funball its place at Delview after 35 years

The proposed layout of a new cricket pitch at Delview Park in North Delta. (City of Delta photo)
An Edmonton hiker and his dog were rescued on March 18 from the Pinto Lake area in Alberta after the man saw a remote viewer satellite camera from Delta’s Nupoint Systems and stomped an “SOS” into the snow in front of it. (Submitted photo)

Delta company’s remote camera central to rescue of lost hiker and his dog

The man was rescued after he stomped “SOS” into the snow in front of a remote camera from Nupoint Systems

An Edmonton hiker and his dog were rescued on March 18 from the Pinto Lake area in Alberta after the man saw a remote viewer satellite camera from Delta’s Nupoint Systems and stomped an “SOS” into the snow in front of it. (Submitted photo)
The golden statue of an eagle allegedly stolen in Delta in 2016. (Delta Police Department photo)

Judge gives insurer 3 weeks to answer suit by owner of gold eagle statue stolen in Delta

Company denied the man’s insurance claim, saying he didn’t take proper precautions against theft

The golden statue of an eagle allegedly stolen in Delta in 2016. (Delta Police Department photo)
Newly designed clothing donation bins by Green Inspiration were approved by City of Delta bylaw enforcement in early March (Green Inspiration Website photo)

City of Delta approves new safer donation bins

Six bins are currently in use throughout the city, including one in North Delta

Newly designed clothing donation bins by Green Inspiration were approved by City of Delta bylaw enforcement in early March (Green Inspiration Website photo)
Jim Holt, who passed away on March 4, 2019, is remembered as a force in Delta’s politics and arts scenes. (Submitted photo)

Delta arts and politics figure Jim Holt passes away at 67

There’ll be a celebration of life at the North Delta Recreation Centre on Sunday, April 7, at 2 p.m.

Jim Holt, who passed away on March 4, 2019, is remembered as a force in Delta’s politics and arts scenes. (Submitted photo)
Métis Nation BC President Clara Morin-Dal Col signs a letter of understanding with Island Health Chair Leah Collins at the recent Métis Nation BC Governing Assembly. (@metisnationbritishcolumbia / Facebook)

$200K in leadership training will ‘elevate the voices’ of Métis women in B.C.

‘Chronically underfunded, underestimated’ programs supporting women, Indigenous people receive funds

Métis Nation BC President Clara Morin-Dal Col signs a letter of understanding with Island Health Chair Leah Collins at the recent Métis Nation BC Governing Assembly. (@metisnationbritishcolumbia / Facebook)
The Ladner United Church housed 174 people over the 2018-2019 winter season, matching the previous year’s record of 39 consecutive days open during the cold snap in February and March. (Ladner United Church/Facebook photo)

174 stays at Delta’s lone extreme weather shelter this winter

The shelter in Ladner was open for 88 nights this winter, including 39 in a row in February/March

The Ladner United Church housed 174 people over the 2018-2019 winter season, matching the previous year’s record of 39 consecutive days open during the cold snap in February and March. (Ladner United Church/Facebook photo)
Along the slopes of Cougar Canyon in North Delta, volunteers from the community planted over 100 trees and shrubs in an effort to retain rainwater that feeds a creek hosting salmon fry. (Saša Lakić photo)

Volunteers plant over 100 native shrubs and ferns in North Delta’s Cougar Canyon

The vegetation is meant to improve habitat for salmon fry and spawners in Cougar Creek

Along the slopes of Cougar Canyon in North Delta, volunteers from the community planted over 100 trees and shrubs in an effort to retain rainwater that feeds a creek hosting salmon fry. (Saša Lakić photo)
Vladimir Nikić took over Delview Secondary’s basketball program in 2007 and his greatest success to date was leading the Raiders to a second place finish in the 2A division at the 2015 BC High School Basketball Championships. (Saša Lakić photo)

Basketball ‘just a tool to reach out to kids’ for North Delta teacher

Delview’s Secondary’s Vladimir Nikić was recognized for his commitment to developing the school’s hoops program

Vladimir Nikić took over Delview Secondary’s basketball program in 2007 and his greatest success to date was leading the Raiders to a second place finish in the 2A division at the 2015 BC High School Basketball Championships. (Saša Lakić photo)
On April Fool’s Day, the Delta Police Department welcomed its newest constable, Police Service Eagle Goose, to give police a birds-eye view of traffic violations. (Delta Police Department/Twitter photo)

VIDEO: Delta police hire talon-ted new officer to patrol city streets from above

Sonsie, aka PSE Goose, is a “highly intelligent, focused, and easily conditioned” bald eagle from Delta’s Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society

On April Fool’s Day, the Delta Police Department welcomed its newest constable, Police Service Eagle Goose, to give police a birds-eye view of traffic violations. (Delta Police Department/Twitter photo)
North Delta’s George Mackie Library. (Grace Kennedy photo)

$77,000 in upgrades coming to North Delta’s Mackie Library

Upgrades include a new central service desk and new furnishings

North Delta’s George Mackie Library. (Grace Kennedy photo)
Delta police and Project 529 are holding a bike registry event at Sungod Recreation Centre on April 3. (Unsplash photo)

Delta police holding bike registration clinic to help guard against theft

A free registration event will be held in North Delta on Wednesday, April 3 at Sungod Recreation Centre

Delta police and Project 529 are holding a bike registry event at Sungod Recreation Centre on April 3. (Unsplash photo)
John and Kristina Jasmins (centre) with Delta police board members who honoured the officer for his intervention in an alleged assault outside of Immaculate Conception School in North Delta that sent him and a woman to the hospital in critical condition. (Saša Lakić photo)

Police board honours officer stabbed outside North Delta elementary school

Delta police Acting-Sgt. John Jamsins was injured as he intervened in an alleged assault last month

John and Kristina Jasmins (centre) with Delta police board members who honoured the officer for his intervention in an alleged assault outside of Immaculate Conception School in North Delta that sent him and a woman to the hospital in critical condition. (Saša Lakić photo)
Sher Vancouver founder Alex Sangha of Delta honoured by Governor General

Sher Vancouver founder Alex Sangha of Delta honoured by Governor General

Sangha was awarded the Meritorious Service Medal for his work in support of the LGBTQ community

Sher Vancouver founder Alex Sangha of Delta honoured by Governor General
Mino Pavlic sits at his kitchen table in Cloverdale, with his dog Foxy at his side. (Saša Lakić)

‘The Devil will always take you back’: An ex-con turned believer tells his story

Cloverdale’s Mino Pavlic travels to prisons to tell his life story, one of crime and redemption

Mino Pavlic sits at his kitchen table in Cloverdale, with his dog Foxy at his side. (Saša Lakić)
The Highway 91/17 and Deltaport Way Upgrade Project is a combination of improvements to existing Highway 91, Highway 17, Highway 91 Connector and Deltaport Way to improve travel safety and efficiency. (B.C. government photo)

Upgrades coming to Highway 17 and Highway 91 in Delta

The improvements are part of a broader $245-million package to upgrade roadways in and through Delta

The Highway 91/17 and Deltaport Way Upgrade Project is a combination of improvements to existing Highway 91, Highway 17, Highway 91 Connector and Deltaport Way to improve travel safety and efficiency. (B.C. government photo)
Ethan Samson (#77) defending in a game against the Rink Hockey Academy Nationals in December 2017. (Photo credit: Two Point Photography & Design)

North Delta’s Ethan Samson signs with Prince George Cougars

The 15-year-old was the highest scoring defenceman in the Delta Hockey Academy’s Elite 15 program

Ethan Samson (#77) defending in a game against the Rink Hockey Academy Nationals in December 2017. (Photo credit: Two Point Photography & Design)
January Marie Lapuz (right) with friend Alex Sangha in an undated photo. Sangha has produced a short documentary film about his Surrey-raised friend, who was killed in 2012 at her New Westminster home, and will be showing it Surrey’s City Centre Library this September thanks to a provincial grant pf $4,000. (Submitted photo)

Delta LGBTQ group receiving grant to screen doc about Surrey-raised murder victim

Sher Vancouver LGBTQ Friends Society is getting $4,000 to show award-winning short My Names Was January

January Marie Lapuz (right) with friend Alex Sangha in an undated photo. Sangha has produced a short documentary film about his Surrey-raised friend, who was killed in 2012 at her New Westminster home, and will be showing it Surrey’s City Centre Library this September thanks to a provincial grant pf $4,000. (Submitted photo)
The NDSS Huskies pose for photos during their victory parade through the school after winning the 2019 British Columbia 3A High School Basketball championships. (Saša Lakić photo)

North Delta Huskies battled the odds to win B.C. basketball title

“All the cards were stacked against us,” says Huskies coach

The NDSS Huskies pose for photos during their victory parade through the school after winning the 2019 British Columbia 3A High School Basketball championships. (Saša Lakić photo)
Worshippers and community members came to the Baitur Rahman Mosque on Saturday night (March 23) to hold a prayer vigil for the victims of the Christchurch attacks. (Saša Lakić photo)

Delta mosque holds silent prayer vigil for Christchurch victims

Event emphasized the importance of acceptance, solidarity in the wake of the attack on Muslim worshippers

Worshippers and community members came to the Baitur Rahman Mosque on Saturday night (March 23) to hold a prayer vigil for the victims of the Christchurch attacks. (Saša Lakić photo)