It could take police hours to clear the scene of a multi-vehicle accident along Highway 10 at the Langley border tonight, after one driver was sent to hospital by air ambulance.
For three days, May 27-29, UBC’s Thunderbird Arena was the place to see some of Canada’s fittest athletes. The event was the 2011 Crossfit Regional Games for Canada West. The athletes had all previously competed in the Open Crossfit challenge to determine their regional ranking.
After meeting online, and gaining what she thought was each other’s confidence, a local woman was asked to send money to Malaysia to bail the man she had never met out of jail.
SURREY - Authorities suspect a dozen Surrey addicts have died after shooting up unusually strong heroin being sold in the Lower Mainland.
Urban agriculture isn’t just a euphemism for “grow-op” anymore.
A Facebook challenge has turned into a community Canucks celebration for Game 2 on Saturday.
ON WITH THE SHOW: Port Coquitlam drummer Adam Todd, second from left, will debut his new band Celestial Ruin on Saturday, June 4 at Vancouver’s Media Club.
Andelina Kristina Hecimovic, 23, has been charged with two counts of dangerous driving causing death, in the deaths of two young people Oct. 21, 2010.
Open letter to Carino Salomi Department of Fisheries & Oceans manager, Lower Fraser River Area...
Why are Bill Vander Zalm and Chris Delaney afraid of local voices? The B.C. government has announced it will hold HST public dialogues featuring speakers from the No and the Yes sides in 10 different communities across the province.
Isn’t there a law against bribery?
Re: “HST gets trimmed, voters get cheques,” Friday, May 27.
I haven’t been paying much attention to the debate about the HST — mostly because I didn’t think that it was at risk. Even after the referendum was announced, I didn’t think that a vote was going to change anything. But, it seems that the threat to the HST is real and I should explain why I’m going to vote to keep the HST during the HST Referendum in June.
Reluctantly (and pending significant reforms in the next few weeks), I’ll be voting against the HST this June. It’s a difficult decision (and indeed some associated with my organization have landed on the other side of this question).
While watching TV recently, I noted a number of expensive advertisements during CTV programming; the advertisements supported the Liberal government position on the HST and were paid for by “the Smart Tax Alliance Society.”
The Reign Valley Vixens, featuring Maple Ridge’s Annie Autopsy, defeated Edmonton’s Oil City Tanker Girls last Saturday.
Maple Ridge’s Ultimate disc league was blessed with some sunny weather this past Sunday.
The Haney Neptunes Water Polo U16 team beat Metro Vancouver last Sunday 39-9.
A exhibit titled Construction/Deconstruction, featuring the works of Maple Ridge artist Kristin Krimmel, opened Wednesday, June 1 at The Fort Gallery. It will run until June 19.