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Municipal politicians from around the Lower Mainland were criticized for wasteful spending.
According to a medical coalition, Canadian children 13 and younger shouldn’t be exposed to marketing of unhealthy foods and beverages.
Election results from Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows and Maple Ridge-Mission
The CEED Centre Society owns a historic building on land it leases from the district in a beleaguered part of Port Haney.
Small animal rescues are bracing for influx of bunnies, since too many people still think that a real live bunny is a good Easter present.
Celebration at Jolly Coachman pub in Pitt Meadows.
Maple Ridge, with help from a federal grant, will spend more than half a million dollars to spiffy up the western baseball field in Hammond.
Former B.C. Premier and ex-MP Ujjal Dosanjh now thinks official apologies are wrong.
The Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows school board is facing a budget shortfall of as much as $6 million.
A day to right wrongs, to admit mistakes and pledge not to repeat them, a day to recognize that while we are different, we are the same.
A restorative justice process seeks to open the lines of communication between the offender, the victim, and their community.
Pitt residents raised the issue of noise well before the Golden Ears Bridge was constructed.
It has been more than two years, and the girl from the Pitt rave feels like her ordeal may never end.
Stores and banks will still accept pennies, but the latter will no longer issue them.
The median income for Canada's top earners is almost 10 times higher than the median income for the remaining 99 per cent.
Most other Lower Mainland municipalities have their own single collection system, including Pitt Meadows.
Cheryl Katnich says just because someone has a different political opinion that doesn't make it the wrong one.
Duck and goose hunting is permitted along the dikes in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows, as well as other areas, with proper licensing.
There are good reasons for Maple Ridge not to support the proposal by Pitt Meadows.
Editorial by The News on Health Canada's proposed changes to medical marijuana legislation