Cancer survivors determined to make a difference

Kelowna-to-Delta Ride2Survive begins early Saturday morning

SD42 scholarships awarded by the ACT in Maple Ridge

Five graduating students from the school district were awarded the $1,000 scholarships.

Time to speak up about elder abuse

Chilliwack and Fraser Valley groups working together to create discussions on elder abuse

Maple Ridge father with cancer wins windows for family

Ian Cooper was only given six months to live and entered Centra Windows contest to provide for his family.

New executive director for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Fraser Valley

Corina Carroll brings wealth of experience to role

  • Jun 21st, 2017

Yoga for youth

Centered Within Yoga in Maple Ridge will be holding a fundraising event for Alisa’s Wish on June 24.

Father's Day fish release


Pitt Meadows Day


Pitt Meadows Day


Burrards BBQ


Langara fundraises for $25,000 journalism scholarship

Rob Dykstra Scholarship to go to best feature writer

Youth Wellness Centre in Maple Ridge receives generous donation

The local centre received a donation of $2,700 from Citizen’s Bridge Maple Ridge, a community initiative empowering youth.

Douglas Park site of National Aboriginal Day on Sunday

Day includes info tables, aboriginal vendors, free hot dogs, bannock sales and more

Wish come true for teen

Langley’s Ethan Chartier rewarded with his dream gaming and computer system through Make-A-Wish BC & Yukon

Wanted: hangman. No previous experienced required

It’s much closer to the way justice was served in British Columbia than you might think!

  • Jun 16th, 2017

Food for Dad on Father’s Day

Chef Dez on cooking ideas with Dad in mind

New online directory for community services launches in B.C.

The new website,, offers help on employment, mental health, housing and more

  • Jun 14th, 2017

In Education: The importance of physical activity.

Researchers at Dartmouth College found that 12 minutes of aerobic exercise increased attention scores among that school’s students.

  • Jun 10th, 2017

Sparking the flame for female firefighters

Lower Mainland camp introduces girls to the world of firefighting.

Hitting the ice to remember Ryan

Third annual Ryan Donaldson Memorial Hockey Tournament, featuring a burger and beer night open to the public, takes place this weekend at Langley Sportsplex

LookingBack: The last of the Menzies girls

The Last of the Menzies Girls

  • Jun 7th, 2017

UPDATED: Child-inspired motorcycle ride cruises through Langley, raising $26,500 for muscular dystrophy

The 11th annual Ride for Doug rode through the Fraser Valley this past weekend.

Maple Ridge students tops at Concours d’art Oratoire

Place in top three among thousands of participants