Christmas holiday

Sparke the Christmas Light’s mysterious backstory has been revealed after the creator Donald Shupe reached out to The News.

Do you remember Sparkle the Christmas Light?

Creator of popular 80s/90s light discusses item’s origin, wants to see it revived

 

Kimberley Wernicke shared this picture of her little helper, Tank. (Special to The News)

VIDEO: Furry friends getting festive

Thanks to News’ readers who shared their favourite holiday pet pics

 

Christmas light display, no date. Stock photo

British Columbians urged to prevent fires involving holiday decorations

Office of the Fire Commissioner has reported 113 Christmas-related fires in B.C. in the past decade

 

This display is located at 12435 Grace St., in Maple Ridge, near Blackstock. (Special to The News)

Sharing a little extra light and love this season

Tell us about your favourite Christmas displays in Pitt Meadows and Maple Ridge

  • Dec 10, 2020
This display is located at 12435 Grace St., in Maple Ridge, near Blackstock. (Special to The News)
The City of Maple Ridge has cancelled the Christmas Convoy. (Colleen Flanagan/THE NEWS)

Santa Claus won’t be coming to Maple Ridge this year

The city’s Christmas Convoy has been cancelled along with photographs at ValleyFair Mall

The City of Maple Ridge has cancelled the Christmas Convoy. (Colleen Flanagan/THE NEWS)
Lights decorate Spirit Square in Pitt Meadows. (City of Pitt Meadows/Special to The News)

Pitt Meadows to celebrate the holiday season in month-long event

Family-friendly event takes place throughout December

Lights decorate Spirit Square in Pitt Meadows. (City of Pitt Meadows/Special to The News)
Drew Harkness with Mopsy, one of more than 110 adoptable dogs and cats that LAPS is hoping to send home for Christmas this year. (Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance Times)

Langley shelter aims to find homes for every animal by Christmas

The I’ll Be Home For Christmas campaign seeks homes for more than 100 cats and dogs

Drew Harkness with Mopsy, one of more than 110 adoptable dogs and cats that LAPS is hoping to send home for Christmas this year. (Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance Times)