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15th Annual Long Course Invitational in Langley underway Saturday and Sunday
The pole was carved from a 800-year-old red cedar tree on B.C.'s north coast.
Six people in B.C. reported sightings of unidentified flying objects.
Forrest Travers has supported the major junior teams for years.
In a video posted to the team’s website and social media channels, David Braley said a sale could happen as soon as this year.
Regina Brazil was murdered in her home almost a decade ago, and the case is still open
Brody Robert Paterson has been found not guilty of first-degree murder in the shooting death of Craig Widdifield
Free presentation shares images that appeared in the newspaper during the 1960s.
Police are looking for a witness who saw the attackers and their car.
I have had the privilege to step into people’s lives and document their most private moments.
For me, The Leader has never been just a way to earn a paycheque.
I will forever be grateful and just a little amazed at the level of trust people put in me to get their story right.
Children's minister Stephanie Cadieux says both B.C. and Ottawa need to support kids better at home
On Friday, the last edition of the city's 88-year-old storied paper of record will hit the streets.
More than 100 Metro Vancouver bus drivers were assaulted by riders last year.
Quesnel and Terrace crack down on signage, while the Lower Mainland takes a laissez-faire approach
The Surrey Leader evolved with the times, moving from print to digital over the decades.
It’s hard to say goodbye to the countless people I’ve interviewed and wrote about over the years.
Observer says B.C. drivers should expect prices per litre of around $1.40 or $1.45 all summer long
Hopefully I can continue doing what I’ve been fortunate to do for the past 28 years.