I have been wondering for years how the City of Burnaby's engineering and planning department works. What I have noticed in North Burnaby is that there is a lot of money wasted.
THE vast majority of drivers came and went from their Victoria Day long weekend revelry safely and legally, but some "disconcerting" stats have turned up in the annual traffic safety blitz.
An open letter to the school trustees of New Westminster:
Langley's Conservative MP Mark Warawa has been given government support for his latest private members bill.
An Abbotsford man has been charged with a number of child pornography offences and police are looking to speak to possible victims.
A young Surrey man needed help from Langley RCMP and City firefighters Monday night after he got stuck in the door of his own truck.
Mounties in Agassiz continue to hunt for a cowardly robber who grabbed a purse from a disabled woman in a wheelchair.
An 18-year-old woman is facing murder charges following the death of a Chilliwack man in a small Alberta town last weekend.
What originally was thought to be a huge loss for the Coquitlam Reds baseball team has turned out to be a rallying point for the community.
A former Tsawwassen resident will serve more than two years in prison for sex-related charges.
A 33-year-old Burnaby man was arrested in Mission on May 3 as part of five search warrants executed by B.C.'s anti-gang police.
Two recent cases of counterfeit cash turning up in New Westminster have police asking the public to report any suspicious bills.
It's often believed if you want to make a change, you've got to go to the person straight at the top.
THE man responsible for the 2009 stabbing death of a woman in West Vancouver's Lighthouse Park has been handed a 10-and-a-half year sentence.
A sizeable cache of stolen jewelry was found when Langley RCMP searched a suspicious car.
A gunman has been robbing people at cash machines on the peninsula.
A Chilliwack senior was arrested Wednesday after allegedly fleeing from police and backing into several RCMP cruisers.
Chilliwack Mounties are on the lookout for the man who held up a flower vendor at knifepoint last Tuesday.
PoCo council is backing the Cat & Fiddle Pub's push to extend its hours, despite hearing residents express concerns over noise and other issues. The pub's owner, meanwhile, says the business addresses concerns whenever it hears of them.