Delta council recently got a preliminary look at a revamped development proposal for a large piece of property just outside Burns Bog.
Burnaby council continues to push its environmental sustainability strategy through several phases of public consultation.
A Grandview-Woodland neighbourhood group says it is appalled that a deliberately set fire to a house under construction on East First Avenue could be the work of anarchists battling gentrification.
"We'll be back," is the ominous message spray painted on a portable toilet at the site of a fire on East First near Victoria Drive.
I was not surprised to see the District of North Vancouver council basically give the green light to Larco Investments to start the rezoning process in the Lower Capilano area (North Shore News, May 8).
The St. Thomas More Knights co-ed golf team qualified for the AA high school provincials last week at Fraserview.
Home sales in New Westminster were higher in March compared to February of this year, but sales overall last month were down 20 per cent from the same time the previous year, according to the chief economist with the British Columbia Real Estate Association.
Action will be taken to address affordable housing in New Westminster.
The president of the Chilliwack Chamber of Commerce says the election of a BC Liberal majority government last week is good news for business owners.
Golf and business go together like bogies and water hazards.
House sales are up with the arrival of spring, about 20 per cent more in the month of April over March, but still lagging behind sales of one year ago, the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board reported.
Brian Miller, a primary worker at the Fraser Valley Institution in Abbotsford, made the choice to trade in his truck for a bicycle more than a year and a half ago.
A gunman has been robbing people at cash machines on the peninsula.
The good news story from Thursday's Whonnock Community Association's annual general meeting was that the board now includes its youngest member, according to Whonnock resident Jo Ann ten Brink. Jacqlyn Rempel will be the association's vice-president.
Some attribute the astounding BC Liberal election win to the success of their ads attacking the NDP. But those ads only worked because the public has a lingering unease about the NDP, the ghosts of its socialist history, and its ties to the labour unions.
Langley Township council reversed course May 13 on asking a developer to pay for a new traffic signal in downtown Fort Langley.
On Monday afternoon, Cathy Dunn and her two sons got their first look at their rebuilt home, two weeks after the Acts of Kindness volunteers started tearing it apart.
Lots has happened over the past few months at the Chamber of Commerce. Our executive director, Patti MacAhonic, left us to pursue a political career and I, as the administrative assistant, have stepped in as interim manager.
The Chilliwack Chamber of Commerce will wait until the fall to decide on a new executive director.