TransLink board hears latest complaints about HandyDart

Riders’ group says this week’s disruption is the third major one this year.

Dawson City’s ‘sour toe’ returned

The stolen Dawson City ‘sour toe’ was returned to its rightful owner in the Yukon

Ex-president of Pitt Meadows Community Foundation challenges board change

A directors’ meeting of former board members will be held July 18 to review ‘unapproved’ applications.

  • Jun 23rd, 2017

BC SPCA warns: A hot car is no place for your pet

Temperature in parked vehicle can reach over 38 degrees Celsius

  • Jun 23rd, 2017

High court clears way for Facebook lawsuit in B.C.

Deborah Douez alleges Facebook used her name and profile photo in ads endorsing a company she ‘liked’

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Maple Ridge tent city


Volunteer cooks for homeless.


Maple Ridge tent camp


Expect a heat wave this weekend: Environment Canada

The Lower Mainland could reach scorching temperatures up to 32 degrees.

Heat wave expected in Metro Vancouver

Temperatures are expected to hit at least 32 degrees Celsius away from the water.

  • Jun 23rd, 2017

VIDEO: Hide your picnic baskets, the bears are out

Conservation officers are expecting to see highest number of bears in recent years this summer

Elections BC prepares for possible snap election

Staff not expecting voters to head to the polls yet, but want to be ready

VIDEO: Throne speech piles on PST cut, other promises

NDP, Greens still preparing to defeat B.C. Liberals

VIDEO: Dog alive after overdosing on fentanyl: Maple Ridge vet

‘We really don’t care what you smoke, injest or inject, we care about your pet.’

Maple Ridge still in court to clear tent city

Two days set in Supreme Court to get order

Curling club slide to downtown possible

Downtown spot for Golden Ears Winter Club a long-term goal

Okanagan wineries sweep Lieutenant Governor’s Awards

Of the 486 wines submitted by 132 wineries for judging, just 12 reigned supreme

‘Aggressive’ behaviour towards Langley Township staff sparks policy review

Name calling, bullying of engineers reported at truck route public information session

VIDEO: B.C. Liberals elect speaker to begin historic session

Speaker to resign if government defeated by NDP and B.C. Greens

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.

Maple Ridge, Pitt Meadows schools approved for additional funding from ministry

The delayed announcement adds $8 million for new teachers to accommodate increased enrollment

  • Jun 22nd, 2017