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The Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows school board is taking a leading role in opposing what it says is the province’s plans to undermine the authority of trustees. Board members have been active in rallying...
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It soon will be easier to dispute a parking ticket if Maple Ridge council decides to follow the rest of B.C. cities and adopt an adjudication process. Council decided last week to tell staff to write...
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Maple Ridge keeps on tearing down ramshackle, hazardous buildings, of which the latest three it owns. The houses at 12037 – 228th St., 22095 Dewdney Trunk Rd., near Haney Nokai Park on 222nd Street,...
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The Orchard Plaza branch of Valley First Credit Union, 1860 Cooper Rd., will host a grand re-opening of its new concept branch on Saturday, May 2, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The branch has been...
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Thursday was a big day for Bert Paquet. It was likely the last day he’ll ever work in B.C. And he admits it comes with mixed feelings. The corporal has been the face of Surrey RCMP since the fall of...
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Danae Hutchison, 9, (above) got a boost on the EnviroBungee at Surrey's Party for the Planet on Saturday at Surrey City Hall. The event, touted as B.C.'s largest Earth Day celebration, included live...
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Christine Sinclair thinks this year's Women's World Cup could be a watershed moment for soccer in Canada. Vancouver will host the tournament in June and July, 2015, and on Monday the 23-player...
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Lorne Jones had hoped to create a music video to promote his new song, “They’re Tearing Our Honky-tonks Down”. When he got word the historic Quinsam Hotel was going to be closed in late May after more...
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Alexis Perreault and Amber Jourdain were in a helpful mood yesterday. Perreault had two assists and Jourdain one as the Couchiching tandem helped second-ranked Team Ontario down third-ranked Eastern...
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... is a word that comes to mind with February’s retail sales data. Retail sales in B.C. surged 5.9% from January to a seasonally adjusted $5.92 billion – the largest month-to-month gain...
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Campbell Macdonald is convinced his tech startup would have languished had it remained in Vancouver after its founding in late 2012. When Pathful was accepted into Techstars – one of the world’s...
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A man well known to Langley police and B.C. jails for various violent crimes has been arrested again. This time, he is accused of assaulting a stranger at Willowbrook Shopping Centre. Wade Corey...
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Targeted funding of $250,000 was announced today by Premier Christy Clark to help students at five public post-secondary institutions in Kelowna, Victoria and Vancouver develop coding-related skills...
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Cory Haddock has been sentenced to four-and-a-half years of jail time for attempted murder. Haddock, 24, earlier pleaded guilty to stabbing a man in the neck with a knife at Rotary House on Dec. 23,...
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Despite a competitive schedule that remains filled with question marks, Brooke Henderson is digging the young professional golfer lifestyle. The 17-year-old former world No. 1 amateur from Smiths...
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Home floor advantage didn’t quite work for the Victoria junior Shamrocks on Sunday. The boys in green and white dropped their B.C. Lacrosse Association season opener 9-6 to the New Westminster...
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Some thoughts that did not quite grow up to be full editorials, stunted in their growth by a lack of research or time or both: • Like the calvary riding over the hill in the nick of time, the...
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The Vancouver media’s frantic coverage of the Great Bunker Spill of 2015 has just about run out of fuel. By late last week, the usually serious Globe and Mail was reduced to quizzing a U.S. expert...
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The Parksville Qualicum Beach News took home a silver medal for overall excellence from the Ma Murray Community Newspaper Awards on Saturday night in Richmond. In the last five years, The NEWS has...
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A long-standing – and much missed – Cloverdale Rodeo tradition is being revived this weekend with a “Rodeo Month” kick off dance, featuring rising country music sensation the Chris B.Ck...
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