Life

On Cooking: My Top 10 ‘secret’ ingredients

One humans have been cooking with this fuel for thousands of years.

  • Jul 15th, 2018

Okanagan hosts 4H clubs from across B.C.

Stock Show this weekend in Armstrong

Gardening: Annuals on the up-and-up

Growing hardy vines in containers has many drawbacks.

  • Jul 1st, 2018

On Cooking: Gourmet picnic ideas for Canada Day

Some assembly required.

  • Jun 30th, 2018

Legion Week celebrated across B.C.

Starting today, BC/Yukon Command of Royal Canadian Legion is hosting events in 65 communities

On Cooking Not a chore

Who made cooking negative anyway?

  • Jun 17th, 2018
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REPLAY: This week in B.C. in video
REPLAY: This week in B.C. in video
Here's a taste of the eclectic menus of the Calgary Stampede
Cineplex to deliver popcorn and movie snacks by Uber

Gardening: Raise a glass for dad

Beer in its numerous incarnations is one of the oldest manmade beverages.

  • Jun 17th, 2018

VIDEO: Goats get in downward dog at B.C. ranch

Yoga with Goats every Wednesday and Saturday in June

Looking Back: Transportation and our changing town cores

Lougheed Highway, completed in 1932, paved way for new modes of transportation through Maple Ridge.

  • Jun 6th, 2018

Gardening: Growing in a new direction

Ken and Elke Knechtel have been professionally gardening for almost 40 years.

  • Jun 3rd, 2018

Unicyclist starts his cross-Canada trip in Vancouver

Taylor Stark started his journey May 7

  • May 23rd, 2018

Video: B.C. canines crowned for saving owner’s life

One-year-later Matthew Smith is still recovering, in Campbell River

Surrounded by coastal serenity, tourists spontaneously tie the knot in Ucluelet

“I said, jokingly, to Justin, ‘Hey, you want to get married today?’ He said, ‘Yeah!’

Told he had two weeks to live, Langley man now enjoying new lease on life

Tim Roxburgh’s unusual experience has given him a unique perspective on end-of-life care in hospice

Making Pictures With Professional Photographer John Enman

Building a bridge in the Light the Portrait workshop

  • Oct 19th, 2017

Batten down the hatches winter is coming

When the nights get colder and frost starts appearing in the mornings it’s time to take action

VIDEO: ‘Parkinson’s stole my father’

In memory of Jack London, his family is taking part in SuperWalk fundraiser Sept. 10

Kwantlen First Nation share oral history on free walking tours

Tours will be held in Fort Langley and Maple Ridge through August and September

GARDENING: Great to be a Prairie kid, again

Saskatoon berries and chokecherries reign supreme.

  • Jul 30th, 2017