Re: "Legal grow-op plan 'failed miserably,' MP says," Wednesday, March 20.
The fact that neither police nor the fire department were made aware of a medicinal cannabis growing operation's existence prior to the fire [Medical marijuana operation burns, Jan. 1, TIMES] is an example of Health Canada's mismanagement of Marihuana Medical Access Regulations (MMRA).
Every year in late September, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce holds its annual general meeting.
The Shadbolt Centre for the Arts is being transformed into a big top this month to kick off another season of live theatre.
Canada's No. 3 ranked pro golfer, Adam Hadwin, was the highlight of the Vancouver Golf Tour's pro-am tournament Friday at Ledgeview Golf and Country Club.
Dr. Joe Lomas, the first veterinarian to open a clinic in Richmond, Richmond Animal Hospital, died peacefully on Monday, July 9 surrounded by his loving family.
LANGLEY'S HISTORY, AS RECORDED IN THE FILES OF THE LANGLEY ADVANCE.
CN and Golf Canada are pleased to announce that five past champions have confirmed their intention to challenge for the US$2.0 million purse at the 2012 CN Canadian Women's Open being held August 20-26 at the Vancouver Golf Club in Coquitlam, BC.
Eighty Years Ago -- June 23, 1932
It was a chance conversation at a Rotary function that has allowed Phil Rosario to get a new kidney.
Here I am, once again, at my keyboard, writing a home improvement column for a local newspaper, and I'm loving it.
If you love mystery writing, be sure to set aside Friday, April 13.
Having been born and raised in B.C. and lived in Chilliwack it is hard to believe that costs for transportation for the public are dictated by government corporations and not the people or elected officials.
For five years running, the University of B.C. women's volleyball team has proven they're the best in the country.
In a do-or-die match, the Trinity Western University women's volleyball team earned a spot in the CIS national championship, winning the Canada West bronze medal game in three sets over Winnipeg Saturday at the War Memorial Gym.
The husband-and-wife musical team of Marcel and Elizabeth Bergmann have been described, by the Santa Fe New Mexican, as "176 keys, two pianos, playing in perfect harmony."
Postcards of the day might have shown Santa delivering presents by automobile, but cars were still a rarity in Vancouver in 1911. Women drivers were rarer still.
With the Canadian combat role in Afghanistan recently ended, this Remembrance Day is the first, in many years, that Canadians are not engaged in battle.
TODAY, mourners will stop for a moment of silence in Remembrance Day services across Canada, to remember those who died during wartime. The holiday commemorates the signing of the armistice between the Allied powers and Germany, ending the First World War at exactly 11 a.m. on Nov. 11, 1918, and was first celebrated the year after. Nearly a century after that war began, does the meaning still resonate? Find us on Facebook and tell us what Remembrance Day means to you, or add your comment to Inquiring Reporter at www.nsnews. com.