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Surrey students Fayhaa Kafi, left, and Vaishnavi Verma in video for the Speaker’s Idol competition held online May 10. (Youtube.com)

On Holocaust topic, top-5 finishes for Surrey students in Speaker’s Idol competition

Both of B.C.’s only contest finalists study at Surrey Academy of Innovative Learning

 

Trevor Meyer pops a wheelie in 49th Parallel Grocery while doing his grocery shopping in a scene from his winning BC Bike Race video. (Photo by Nick Clarke)

VIDEO: Clever training formula lands rider top prize in BC Bike Race video contest

Eat, ride, sleep and repeat brings humorous connotations

 

There’s a family of four red pandas at the Greater Vancouver Zoo, following the delivery of twin cubs – one girl, one boy – last June. They have now been named. (Greater Vancouver Zoo/Special to The Star)

Tens of thousands suggest names for Aldergrove’s red panda cubs

Among the newest residents at Greater Vancouver Zoo, Mei Mei and brother, Maple, are newly named

 

More than 100 community members showed up to Planet Ice in Maple Ridge on April 1 to watch the live announcement of who won the Kraft Hockeyville 2023 contest. (Brandon Tucker/The News)

B.C. arena loses Kraft Hockeyville 2023 contest

Planet Ice in Maple Ridge will still receive $25,000 as a runner-up

More than 100 community members showed up to Planet Ice in Maple Ridge on April 1 to watch the live announcement of who won the Kraft Hockeyville 2023 contest. (Brandon Tucker/The News)
Maple Ridge Mayor Dan Ruimy posed with Fin, the Vancouver Canucks mascot, for a Kraft Hockeyville promotional video at Planet Ice. (Brandon Tucker/The News)

PHOTOS: Vancouver Canucks mascot helps make killer contest video for B.C. arena

Voting for the Kraft Hockeyville contest starts on March 31

Maple Ridge Mayor Dan Ruimy posed with Fin, the Vancouver Canucks mascot, for a Kraft Hockeyville promotional video at Planet Ice. (Brandon Tucker/The News)
Planet Ice in Maple Ridge is the only B.C. arena to be a finalist in this year’s Kraft Hockeyville contest. (The News file)

B.C. arena named finalist in Kraft Hockeyville contest

Planet Ice is one of the four finalists competing for the $250,000 grand prize

Planet Ice in Maple Ridge is the only B.C. arena to be a finalist in this year’s Kraft Hockeyville contest. (The News file)
Renowned nature and wildlife artist Valerie Rogers works on a painting of a wolf in her Salmon Arm studio. (Photo contributed)

Renowned Salmon Arm wildlife artist puts her stamp on prestigious contest

Painting of spawning chinook wins Pacific Salmon Foundation competition

Renowned nature and wildlife artist Valerie Rogers works on a painting of a wolf in her Salmon Arm studio. (Photo contributed)
Where’s the best place to grab a burger in Cloverdale? The Cloverdale Reporter’s annual ‘Best of Cloverdale’ contest is looking to honour the best of what our community has to offer. (Dan Gold / Unsplash)

The ‘Best of Cloverdale’ contest returns Aug. 1

Voters can cast ballots once a day until Sept. 3; each entry is eligible to win a $250 gift card from Save-On-Foods

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Where’s the best place to grab a burger in Cloverdale? The Cloverdale Reporter’s annual ‘Best of Cloverdale’ contest is looking to honour the best of what our community has to offer. (Dan Gold / Unsplash)
2021 Wildlife in Focus first place winner Wild Settings. Photo credit: Steve Burgess

BC SPCA annual Wildlife-in-Focus photography contest ends soon

There’s still time to enter the BC SPCA’s annual Wildlife-in-Focus photography contest,…

  • Jul 7, 2022
2021 Wildlife in Focus first place winner Wild Settings. Photo credit: Steve Burgess
People take part the 2019 Spirit of the People Powwow at Chilliwack Secondary on Feb. 16, 2019. Youth are being asked “What does being Indigenous mean to you?” as the topic of the National Indigenous Peoples Day 2022 Writing and/or Art Contest. (Jenna Hauck/ Chilliwack Progress file)

Fraser Valley writing, art contest open to all Indigenous youth in B.C.

Youth asked ‘What does being Indigenous mean to you?’ as the topic contest

People take part the 2019 Spirit of the People Powwow at Chilliwack Secondary on Feb. 16, 2019. Youth are being asked “What does being Indigenous mean to you?” as the topic of the National Indigenous Peoples Day 2022 Writing and/or Art Contest. (Jenna Hauck/ Chilliwack Progress file)
Cloverdale’s Haley Vanderheide is seen at the recent Miss Teenage B.C. pageant held in Richmond. (Photo: submitted)

Lord Tweedsmuir student off to Miss Teenage Canada pageant

‘I want to use my platform to build a stronger sense of community amongst teens’

Cloverdale’s Haley Vanderheide is seen at the recent Miss Teenage B.C. pageant held in Richmond. (Photo: submitted)
Prize winners in the annual Peace Arch News/White Rock Rotary Club Essay Writing Contest are (left to right) third prize winner Naveen Sharma, first prize winner Cabrinha Clark and second prize winner Miranda Newell. (Paige Whittingham photo)

PAN-White Rock Rotary Club essay winners recognized

Earl Marriott students receive cash prizes for opinion pieces

Prize winners in the annual Peace Arch News/White Rock Rotary Club Essay Writing Contest are (left to right) third prize winner Naveen Sharma, first prize winner Cabrinha Clark and second prize winner Miranda Newell. (Paige Whittingham photo)
The Delta Police Department, in partnership with The Harmony Initiative Society and the Delta Police Foundation and with the support of Delta School District, is calling on local artists of all ages to participate in the 2022 “THIS is Where You Belong” calendar contest, running from Oct. 4-24. (Delta Police Department image)

Delta police and partners co-launch calendar contest

‘THIS is Where You Belong’ initiative, open Oct. 4-24, to encourage art that supports inclusion

The Delta Police Department, in partnership with The Harmony Initiative Society and the Delta Police Foundation and with the support of Delta School District, is calling on local artists of all ages to participate in the 2022 “THIS is Where You Belong” calendar contest, running from Oct. 4-24. (Delta Police Department image)
White Rock singer-songwriter Richard (Tichelman) has been named grand prize winner in the Virtual Jim Beam National Talent Search. Contributed photo

National title for White Rock pop musician Richard Tichelman

Jim Beam online talent search win boosts career momentum

White Rock singer-songwriter Richard (Tichelman) has been named grand prize winner in the Virtual Jim Beam National Talent Search. Contributed photo
Short-eared owl. (Greg Peterson photo)

BC SPCA invites amateur photographers to ‘go wild’ for annual contest

Deadline for Wildlife-In-Focus contest, open to anyone 14 and over, is July 26

Short-eared owl. (Greg Peterson photo)
Tyler Joe Miller in a promo photo.
Tyler Joe Miller in a promo photo.
Richard Tichelman is a B.C. finalist in the Jim Beam National Talent Search. Voting is open until July 10. (Contributed photo)

White Rock singer a finalist in national talent search

Opportunity still open to cast votes for pop artist Richard Tichelman

Richard Tichelman is a B.C. finalist in the Jim Beam National Talent Search. Voting is open until July 10. (Contributed photo)
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Surrey singer soars into Searchlight song contest’s top 10 with ‘It Doesn’t Matter’

Argel Monte de Ramos is among ‘popular vote’ finalists, with winner to be announced June 22

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Laura’s Coffee Corner is among member businesses participating in the South Surrey and White Rock Chamber of Commerce’s Eat Out & Win contest to support take-out and delivery service. (City of White Rock photo)
Laura’s Coffee Corner is among member businesses participating in the South Surrey and White Rock Chamber of Commerce’s Eat Out & Win contest to support take-out and delivery service. (City of White Rock photo)
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Surrey boy’s fishy drawing among winners in cracker company’s contest

‘Feed Imagination’ art showcased on Surrey billboard and also on website

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