Tom Zillich

Win a lottery, get an autograph at Blue Jays’ Winter Tour fan fest in Vancouver

Toronto’s pro baseball team heads west for two-day event in January

Chilliwack magician’s signature water-tank escape can’t be performed at Surrey theatre

City hall venue managers concerned about weight of tank and ‘water that could leak on the stage’

Surrey/Langley area won’t have Operation Red Nose service this holiday season

Canada-wide safe-ride program looks for a new non-profit operator for next year

Movie about murdered B.C. teen Maple Batalia debuts this month

Documentary film at Vancouver International South Asian Film Festival

New K-pop video featuring White Rock pier goes viral

Clips for Twice group’s ‘Likey’ song filmed around Metro Vancouver

Fresh from Surrey’s Canada Day stage, Hedley launches ‘Cageless’ tour of country

Jacob Hoggard-led band to play Abbotsford and other B.C. cities this winter

North Delta family OK after terror attack in Barcelona

At least 13 people were killed and more than 100 injured at popular tourist area

Actors wanted for Fright Nights at Playland haunted attraction

‘Deformed boogeymen’ and other characters are part of the show

Streetheart singer Kenny Shields, dead at age 69, was no stranger to Surrey

Musician talked to the ‘Now’ prior to Bell concert in the fall of 2013

‘X-Files’ actor David Duchovny to perform concert at Vancouver venue

October show date for ‘Hell or Highwater’ singer-songwriter

PNE concerts to feature Springfield, ZZ Top, B-52s and others this summer

New to the 2017 fair is a large Hockey Hall of Fame exhibit

VIDEO: Sea lion grabs girl from Richmond dock and pulls her into the water

‘The girl was rescued by her family members and bystanders,’ according to Youtube post

Nothing But Games convention comes to Guildford hotel for two days in June

First-time event planned by West Coast Science Fiction Association

Admission at Science World is free this Sunday, to mark Emergency Preparedness Week

Facility at False Creek will be open that day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Retired Surrey teacher honoured at Playland science event he created 30 years ago

Jim Weise, a Langley resident, first brought science lessons to Vancouver amusement park in 1987

B.C. Lions mourn Tracy Lasorsa-Simon, wife of retired football player Geroy Simon

She lived in Cloverdale, and her husband works for the CFL team

‘Odysseo’ returns to Vancouver with dream-like display by horses and humans

Show's White Big Top tent comes alive with equestrian choreography and acrobatic art