North Delta history: Those radical veterans from Poverty Hill

Settling in North Delta to raise chickens, Second World War vets form Delta Rate Payers Association

  • Sep 24th, 2017

Deltassist bread program helps feed people in need

The program makes excess bread from a local bakery available to Delta residents who need it

Day 2: Sick kids motivate Langley Mountie to ride through the pain

Kindergarten students in White Rock make personalized signs for each of the Cops for Cancer riders.

Master Chef Canada winner Trevor Connie visits Seaquam


    North Delta coder aids Australian artist


      North Delta Toastmasters have final fall contest


        Luminary Festival lights up North Delta


          Delta’s Canada Summer Games athletes honoured

          A dozen athletes were presented certificates by mayor and council on Sept. 18

          North Delta’s Mackie Park synthetic turf field officially open for sport

          Construction on the project started last July, and cost over $1 million.

          VIDEO: Perfecting memory is athleticism of the mind

          Chilliwack man takes home second-place in Canadian championships of memory

          Man pushing shopping cart across Canada arrives in Cloverdale on Saturday

          Joe Roberts, 31, wants to change the way you look at homelessness in Canada

          Burns Bog Society program helps kids step into nature

          Visits to Delta Nature Reserve give students hands-on chance to learn outside of the class room

          North Delta’s Terry Fox Run raises $7,000 for cancer research

          This year marks the event’s 20th anniversary, and 37 years since Terry Fox’s Marathon of Hope

          Cloverdale dancers set to take world stage in Germany, Denmark

          Three students raising funds to go to world dance championships this fall

          B.C. pond hockey game receives Canada-wide exposure

          A picture of a pond hockey game in Lytton has been included in a Canadian Museum of History booklet

          Fraser Valley rainfall in 24 hours exceeds July, August totals combined

          Summer officially ends on Friday, Sept. 22 with showers in forecast

          British Invasion fundraiser’s low turnout ‘a terrible slap in the face’

          Sandy Dunkley isn’t sure she’ll host another fundraiser after Cloverdale event fails to break even

          VIDEO: ‘Terry Fox is my hero’: Cloverdale’s Terry Fox Run takes off in town centre

          What Terry Fox’s legacy means today, and how one man is working to bring the run to Australia

          PHOTOS: Cloverdale Market Days hosts final event of the year

          Live music and entertainment, vendors, food trucks and more

          North Delta Studio Stomp opens artists’ process to the public

          The fifth annual Studio Stomp is meant to ‘generate enthusiam for the arts,’ local potter says

          Bracelet returned to B.C. WWII veteran after 73 years

          Summerland’s Charlie Bernhardt traded his silver bracelet for food during winter of 1944 to 1945

          VIDEO: Newton Recreation Centre gets $8 million in improvements

          New-look, expanded rec centre’s ‘grand opening’ is Sept. 30

          North Delta poetry night creates space for Punjabi writers

          Organizer Mohan Gill said it was an opportunity for writers to share their story and creativity