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In 1965, the district of Maple Ridge struck a centennial committee to make plans for the celebration of Canada's 100th anniversary.
For a generation, at least, outdoor skating has not been an option.
The first reference to “trick or treat” was in an Alberta newspaper in 1927.
Quilting came to England in the Middle Ages as crusaders brought it back as undercoats for metal armor.
Novel approach to garbage collection problem proposed in Gazette editorial.
On Aug. 8, 1984, museum moved into the former brickyard manager’s house.
Maple Ridge was first settled around the end of what was called ‘The little ice age.’
The move from Nanaimo to Sointula involved men desperate to leave underpaid and dangerous work in Lord Dunsmuir’s coal mines
A column by the Maple Ridge Historical Society
If you want to preserve history, now's the time to speak up as district develops heritage plan
Scanning your family photos – especially if you have inherited collections from your elders – is an enormous undertaking
A historical column by Val Patenaude, the curator of the Maple Ridge Museum
The garage opened in March 1931, coinciding with the completion of the highway.