Katrina Pedersen

North Delta Secondary Huskies junior boys basketball team after winning the Burnaby South Rod Thomson Memorial Tournament on Dec. 16.

BASKETBALL: North Delta Secondary Huskies ranked among top teams in B.C.

The Huskies sit in third place in B.C. after winning the Burnaby South Rod Thomson Memorial Tournament last week.

North Delta Secondary Huskies junior boys basketball team after winning the Burnaby South Rod Thomson Memorial Tournament on Dec. 16.
Jay Hindle and Meghan Gardiner star in The Music Man

Delta actor helps bring the music to Richmond’s Gateway Theatre

The Music Man runs from Dec. 8 to 31 at the Gateway Theatre (6500 Gilbert Rd., Richmond). Tickets start at $29.

Jay Hindle and Meghan Gardiner star in The Music Man
Edward “Fast Eddy” Dostaler (centre-left

North Delta students honour runner as he wraps up his second cross-Canada trek

Edward Dostaler, commonly known as Fast Eddy, recently ran across Canada and back in support of breast cancer and Alzheimer’s awareness.

Edward “Fast Eddy” Dostaler (centre-left
Taylor Lundrigan

Delta Heat alumna wins Softball Canada Award

Taylor Lundrigan is this year’s recipient of Softball Canada's Claude Deschamps Memorial Award.

Taylor Lundrigan
Recently retired Sungod Skating Club coach Norma Grant was given a warm send off by family members

Long-time North Delta figure skating coach says goodbye

After nearly four decades on the ice, coach Norma Grant has bid Delta’s figure skating community a fond adieux.

Recently retired Sungod Skating Club coach Norma Grant was given a warm send off by family members
Milton Lim and Andrea Yu perform in King of the Yees

Family and cultural identity at the heart of King of the Yees

Delta actor Raugi Yu performs in King of the Yees, which runs from Oct. 14 to 22 at the Gateway Theatre (6500 Gilbert Road, Richmond).

Milton Lim and Andrea Yu perform in King of the Yees
Delta Councillor Bruce McDonald accepts the 2016 Open for Business Award at the Union of British Columbia Municipalities annual convention in Victoria on Sept. 26.

Delta wins business award at UBCM

The Corporation of Delta was one of five B.C. communities recognized by the B.C. Small Business Roundtable’s 2016 Open for Business Award.

Delta Councillor Bruce McDonald accepts the 2016 Open for Business Award at the Union of British Columbia Municipalities annual convention in Victoria on Sept. 26.
Violet Baxtor (centre) and her Team Kidney Kids cohorts (from left) Logan Booth

North Delta family walks for Kidney Disease

Violet Baxtor and her mom Shelley Quenneville will be part of this year’s Kidney Walk on Sept. 25 at Bear Creek Park.

Violet Baxtor (centre) and her Team Kidney Kids cohorts (from left) Logan Booth
Seaquam Secondary School's senior girls volleyball team.

Seaquam girls volleyball team headed to tournament in California

Seaquam's senior girls team is in the United States this weekend hoping to show our neighbours to the south a thing or two about volleyball.

Seaquam Secondary School's senior girls volleyball team.
Sample 'positive ticket' being handed our by Delta Police.

Delta Police give ‘positive tickets’ to safe kids

Starting on Sept. 6, the DPD will be targeting all school and playground zones to reward safe kids and remind drivers of 30km/h speed limit.

Sample 'positive ticket' being handed our by Delta Police.
Nolan McLeod (centre

Tsawwassen teen dedicated to helping others beat cancer

Eighteen-year-old Nolan McLeod is the B.C. ambassador for the 2016 Sears National Kids Cancer Ride.

Nolan McLeod (centre
Delta and Surrey residents voiced their thoughts about the impact climate change has had on their lives and what steps the federal government ought to take to fight it at a townhall meeting at Surrey's L.A. Matheson Secondary on Aug. 29.

Delta and Surrey MPs host climate change townhall

Local MPs Carla Qualtrough and Randeep Saral spoke with area residents to hear their concerns about climate change and ideas on how to fix.

Delta and Surrey residents voiced their thoughts about the impact climate change has had on their lives and what steps the federal government ought to take to fight it at a townhall meeting at Surrey's L.A. Matheson Secondary on Aug. 29.
North Delta Secondary graduate Kiran Johal needs a stem cell transplant to save her life.

Pop-up stem cell and blood donation clinic in Surrey benefits North Delta teen.

18-year-old North Delta Secondary graduate Kiran Johal hopes to find a stem cell donor at Wednesday's pop-up clinic at Guilford Town Centre.

North Delta Secondary graduate Kiran Johal needs a stem cell transplant to save her life.
North Delta Sunfire Senior A softball team

North Delta Sunfire softball team set to take on the Western Canadian Championship

After winning their first B.C. championship, North Delta's Sunfire softball team takes on the best of the west in Abbotsford Aug. 18-21.

North Delta Sunfire Senior A softball team
Justine Geboers and Jessie Weststrate of the South Delta Invaders softball team were among the Delta athletes

Delta athletes, coaches and officials prepare for BC Summer Games

Delta athletes, coaches and officials bound for the 2016 BC Summer Games recognized at event hosted by the Delta Sport Council.

Justine Geboers and Jessie Weststrate of the South Delta Invaders softball team were among the Delta athletes