Surplus enough for new B.C. Liberal promises, de Jong says

Financial update released early before government falls

Vandals damage Williams Park

Township will install concrete barrier to prevent vehicles from accessing park

Canada 150: Keeping culture alive through dance and theatre

Canadians use plays, music as a way to stay connected to roots

Maple Ridge backs down from court action to clear camp

Two-day hearing in Supreme Court cancelled

VIDEO: Stolen truck driven into front of Langley City auto dealer sets building on fire

Person seen fleeing scene. Langley Bypass closed to traffic for Wednesday morning’s commute.

UPDATE: Too early to tell if Surrey and Langley truck fires linked, police say

Surrey RCMP are calling Cloverdale fire ‘suspicious’

RCMP Aldergrove Town Hall Meeting May 2017


Canada 150: The senator who rooted for multiculturalism


Justin Trudeau and family march in Toronto Pride Parade


Surrey shows its colours at Pride 2017


Scary and disturbing cold case gets new interest

In June 2013, a teenage girl was abducted, and sexually assaulted

UPDATE: Coyotes ‘don’t eat people,’ police say after girl stalked in Surrey

Passerby yells at coyote to leave child alone near Mary Jane Shannon Elementary Monday evening

New plan needed to fight overdose crisis, says police chief

Bob Rich of Abbotsford says prevention and early intervention are crucial

Golden Ears Park full for long weekend in Maple Ridge

Camping reservations were fully booked four months ago in the popular Maple Ridge park.

Kelowna woman facing charges of uttering death threats to Clark, Thomson

Special prosecutor has approved charges against Pavla Janeckova of Kelowna

TransLink disputes claims LRT is dangerous for roadways

Anti-LRT group claims ground-level transport could cause accidents

UPDATED: Langley City leaves Tourism Langley

City will create new tourism service delivery model with a new service provider. Township responds

UPDATE: B.C. Liberals question NDP’s ability to to govern

NDP’s Mike Farnworth calls Mike de Jong’s request ‘insulting’

Here’s the dirt on the flipped truck in Langley

The driver of the municipal truck was uninjured but a load of dirt was spilled

One in eight B.C. kids enrolled in independent schools: report

Fraser Institute study finds that public school enrolment is falling

Ingredient in popular weed killer could be cancerous

Roundup could soon come with warning label that it’s known to cause cancer

Delta Hospice Society launches online palliative care course

Free course begins on June 27, and can be completed at your own pace

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Shields’ accuser defends friendly emails in sex-assault trial

Complainant told the court that being friendly did not mean she consented to sex