Big News

(The Canadian Press)

B.C. VOTES 2020 MAP: Provincial election results, riding by riding

B.C. likely won’t know which party – NDP, Liberals or Greens – will be leading the province for weeks

Voters in Saanich North and the Islands, here lining up outside Sidney’s Mary Winspear Centre on the first day of advanced voting, are among the provincial leaders in getting in their votes early, with some 20 per cent (10,174) of eligible voters have already cast their ballots. (Wolf Depner photo)

It’s Election Day in B.C.: Here’s what you need to know to vote

B.C.’s snap election has already broken records for advance voter turnout, mail-in ballots

(counterclockwise from top-left) Candidates for Delta North Jet Sunner (BC Liberals) Neema Manral (BC Greens) and Ravi Kahlon (BC NDP) take part in a virtual all-candidates meeting hosted by Delta Residents Association director Christina Shyong on Saturday, Oct. 17, 2020. (Delta Residents Association/YouTube.com screenshot)

Health care, taxes, education discussed at final Delta North all-candidates meeting

Virtual meeting hosted by the Delta Residents Association on Oct. 17

(counterclockwise from top-left) Candidates for Delta North Jet Sunner (BC Liberals) Neema Manral (BC Greens) and Ravi Kahlon (BC NDP) take part in a virtual all-candidates meeting hosted by Delta Residents Association director Christina Shyong on Saturday, Oct. 17, 2020. (Delta Residents Association/YouTube.com screenshot)
Three people are running to represent the riding of Delta North in the B.C. Legislature: (from left) Ravi Kahlon (BC NDP), Neema Manral (BC Green Party) and Jet Sunner (BC Liberals). (Photos submitted)

Get to know the candidates for Delta North

We sent candidates a questionnaire to help voters learn more about them. Here’s what they had to say…

Three people are running to represent the riding of Delta North in the B.C. Legislature: (from left) Ravi Kahlon (BC NDP), Neema Manral (BC Green Party) and Jet Sunner (BC Liberals). (Photos submitted)
A mail-in ballot package for the 2020 B.C. provincial general election. (Liam Harrap photo)

Over 15,000 mail-in ballots in Delta could mean no clear winners on election night

About 18 per cent of voters in Delta North, 23 per cent of voters in Delta South, issued mail-in ballots

A mail-in ballot package for the 2020 B.C. provincial general election. (Liam Harrap photo)
Delta’s Organizing Against Racism and Hate Committee hosted a virtual all-candidates meeting on Oct. 6 to give candidates an opportunity to “talk about their own positions, as well as each party’s platform related to systemic issues of racism, hate and other injustices.” (James Smith photo)

VIDEO: Racism, policing discussed at Delta North all-candidates meeting

The virtual meeting was hosted by Delta’s Organizing Against Racism and Hate Committee on Oct. 6

Delta’s Organizing Against Racism and Hate Committee hosted a virtual all-candidates meeting on Oct. 6 to give candidates an opportunity to “talk about their own positions, as well as each party’s platform related to systemic issues of racism, hate and other injustices.” (James Smith photo)
Seven candidates are vying to represent Delta in the House of Commons. Top row, from left: Randy Anderson-Fennell (New Democratic Party), Amarit Bains (Independent), Tony Bennett (Independent) and Tanya Corbet (Conservative Party of Canada). Bottom row, from left: Craig DeCraene (Green Party of Canada), Angelina Ireland (People’s Party of Canada) and Carla Qualtrough (Liberal Party of Canada). (James Smith/photos submitted)

Delta MP candidate Q&As

The Reporter sent candidates five questions about some of the biggest issues for Delta residents

Seven candidates are vying to represent Delta in the House of Commons. Top row, from left: Randy Anderson-Fennell (New Democratic Party), Amarit Bains (Independent), Tony Bennett (Independent) and Tanya Corbet (Conservative Party of Canada). Bottom row, from left: Craig DeCraene (Green Party of Canada), Angelina Ireland (People’s Party of Canada) and Carla Qualtrough (Liberal Party of Canada). (James Smith/photos submitted)
Seven candidates are vying to represent Delta in the House of Commons. From left: Tony Bennett (Independent), Amarit Bains (Independent), Craig DeCraene (Green Party of Canada), Angelina Ireland (People’s Party of Canada), Tanya Corbet (Conservative Party of Canada), Carla Qualtrough (Liberal Party of Canada) and Randy Anderson-Fennell (New Democratic Party), pictured at an all-candidates meeting hosted by the Delta Chamber of Commerce at North Delta Secondary on Monday, Sept. 30, 2019. (James Smith photo)

Meet your candidates for Delta MP

Learn more about the seven people vying for your vote in this federal election, taking place Oct. 21

Seven candidates are vying to represent Delta in the House of Commons. From left: Tony Bennett (Independent), Amarit Bains (Independent), Craig DeCraene (Green Party of Canada), Angelina Ireland (People’s Party of Canada), Tanya Corbet (Conservative Party of Canada), Carla Qualtrough (Liberal Party of Canada) and Randy Anderson-Fennell (New Democratic Party), pictured at an all-candidates meeting hosted by the Delta Chamber of Commerce at North Delta Secondary on Monday, Sept. 30, 2019. (James Smith photo)
(Elections Canada photo)

UPDATE: Polls in Delta now closed in 2019 federal election

Which party will be chosen to form the next government?

(Elections Canada photo)
‘It’s heartbreaking’: Hundreds flock to White Rock pier to see storm’s aftermath

‘It’s heartbreaking’: Hundreds flock to White Rock pier to see storm’s aftermath

For some it was exciting to dig through the debris, but for many it was shocking and saddening to see the pier in two

‘It’s heartbreaking’: Hundreds flock to White Rock pier to see storm’s aftermath
Power outage? What power outage? Parents and grandparents say the show must go on in South Surrey on Dec. 20, and enjoy a Christmas concert by smartphone lights. (Photo: Twitter@jordantinney)

More than 11,000 still without power in Surrey

There are still power outages at several Surrey schools

Power outage? What power outage? Parents and grandparents say the show must go on in South Surrey on Dec. 20, and enjoy a Christmas concert by smartphone lights. (Photo: Twitter@jordantinney)
PHOTOS: White Rock pier crumbles under massive waves, winds

PHOTOS: White Rock pier crumbles under massive waves, winds

One person who was stranded on the structure had to be rescued by helicopter

PHOTOS: White Rock pier crumbles under massive waves, winds
(Tom Zillich/Twitter photo)

ELECTION DAY: Here’s where to vote in North Delta

Voters in 162 municipalities in B.C. set to elect mayor, council, school board and more

  • Oct 20, 2018
(Tom Zillich/Twitter photo)
ELECTION DAY: Delta councillor candidate Q&As

ELECTION DAY: Delta councillor candidate Q&As

The North Delta Reporter sent councillor candidates a list of eight questions to answer

  • Oct 20, 2018
ELECTION DAY: Delta councillor candidate Q&As
ELECTION DAY: Delta mayor candidate Q&As

ELECTION DAY: Delta mayor candidate Q&As

The North Delta Reporter sent mayoral candidates a list of eight questions to answer

  • Oct 20, 2018
ELECTION DAY: Delta mayor candidate Q&As
ELECTION DAY: Delta school trustee candidate Q&As

ELECTION DAY: Delta school trustee candidate Q&As

The North Delta Reporter sent school trustee candidates a list of six questions to answer

  • Oct 20, 2018
ELECTION DAY: Delta school trustee candidate Q&As
Delta city hall. (Grace Kennedy photo)

ELECTION DAY: 43 candidates running in Delta civic election

Voters head to the polls on Saturday, Oct. 20, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Delta city hall. (Grace Kennedy photo)
Bradley Ingersoll in bull riding at the Cloverdale Invitational Rodeo in Cloverdale, British Columbia, on May 20, 2018. (Ryan McLeod)

Stage set for Cloverdale Rodeo finals on Monday afternoon

Rodeo athletes will compete for more than $300,000 in prizes

Bradley Ingersoll in bull riding at the Cloverdale Invitational Rodeo in Cloverdale, British Columbia, on May 20, 2018. (Ryan McLeod)
Community members came out in the thousands to the country fair during its 130th year. (Samantha Anderson)

130 years of Cloverdale’s country fair

Cloverdale’s first community fair was held in September, 1888

Community members came out in the thousands to the country fair during its 130th year. (Samantha Anderson)