An ambulance full of red roses to the neighbours and kind strangers who stopped and called an ambulance when I almost collapsed on a sidewalk bench. It's nice to know that some people will take time to aid others, staying with me until the ambulance arrived. Bouquets of roses to the ambulance crew as well.
Longtime New Westminster resident Dorothy Beach has received an award in honour of her 100th birthday.
When Mandy Biasutti's name was called as this year's Extra Mile winner, cheers and loud clapping erupted.
Accommodation: -- Kevin Cohen, River Rock Casino Resort
SPRING is not only a busy time for birds, but it's also a busy time for birders.
Here is the last of our election grid question and answers. Candidates were limited in their responses by a word count.
On the issue of illegal dumping of farmland, Reid, a former educator, said she has spent her career promoting the preservation of farmland and green space.
High school students from across the district "battled" inside Samuel Robertson Technical (SRT) Secondary's library last Thursday, April 18.
Union Jacks were flying in Fort Langley on Sunday as fans of classic and modern British cars gathered to admire one another's vehicles.
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- Charlie Russell: 50 Years of Living with the Great Bears, Tuesday, April 23, doors at 6: 30 p.m., show at 7: 30 p.m., Chief Joe Mathias Centre, 100 Capilano Rd., North Vancouver. Advance tickets: $18.25/$23.75/$28.75 at ticketstonight.ca or 1-877-840-0457. Cash ticket sales at door will increase $2 per ticket.
Murrayville's Wally Martin has announced he's running for the Green Party in the Langley riding in this May's provincial election.
In 1960, a small northern fur seal was brought to the Vancouver Aquarium after a harrowing experience. A fisher had accidentally caught him with his rod while fishing for salmon.
AS dark settles heavily across the thick Florida brush, a voice breaks through the silence with an ominous warning: There is something moving toward the bait.
The November rains are here, drowning out memories of the endless summer that lasted right into October. It's winter cycling season; the long sleeves are back, the fenders are on, and the house is full of wet rain gear drip-drying after a soggy ride home.
SUCCESS celebrates its 40th anniversary with a Multicultural Fun Day for seniors, 1 to 5 p.m. at Henderson Place Mall's centre court, 1163 Pinetree Way, Coquitlam. On site will be community groups and service groups showcasing their services for seniors. Come for the information, stay for the entertainment. Info: cctricities@ success.bc.ca or 604-468-6000.
Dawn Black referred to it as "a pivotal moment" in her political career and it happened in 1988 during a conversation with her husband Peter.
Registered dieticians will be at the Real Canadian Superstore 3 to 7 p.m., on March 20 to answer questions and share tips in celebration of Nutrition Month, 1301 Lougheed Hwy., Coquitlam.
The goal was $1,700 but they doubled that at $3,400.