Tim Collins

Training dummy or actual body? B.C. RCMP recovery mission takes a humorous turn

“Cold and unresponsive” body was DND training dummy

Emotional support concept can harm legitimate service animals

True service animals are trained and certified

Herd of deer attack B.C. woman

This isn’t the first time deer attacks have frightened residents in the province

Governments pass the buck on marijuana smell

The smell of the marijuana operation owned by Canopy Growth continues to…

Olympic torch in limbo

The people at Copperleaf Technologies were understandably pleased that they managed to…

Cruise-in needs volunteers

This year will mark the second time that the Langley Good Times…

Rescued and happy

Some need to be reminded that wild animals are not great pets

Marijuana cultivation affects neighbourhood’s quality of life

Misting cannons have done little to mask smell

New attractions at the Vancouver Zoo

Two new attractions are now open at the Vancouver Zoo, just in…

Happy Herd about more than yoga

ORganization hopes to educate-change attitudes

Otter Co-op Outdoor Experience opens with a splash

Free test swim passes now available

WEstern hoedown helps raise awareness

Nigel Thom is a volunteer with the Fibromyalgia Well Spring Foundation and…

Aldergove’s Canada Day Parade the start of a good idea

“I want the Aldergrove Parade to be about more than just the…

Marijuana cultivation a mixed blessing

Economic benefit comes with other issues

B.C. woman chased by deer, prompts warning from conservation

Agressive deer leaves woman rattled and warning others on Vancouver Island

Human bones found on B.C. construction site

Construction halted on a Vancouver Island property near where other First Nations remains had been found

Operator of national trampoline park chain reacts to Richmond tragedy

Parks have numerous safety standards, but users must sign an injury waiver

B.C. volunteers plan to step up in Haiti despite Trump’s alleged remarks

Support for Haitian orphans continues