Skip to content
James Smith

James Smith

James Smith is the founding editor of the North Delta Reporter.
editor@northdeltareporter.com

Phone
604-575-5346
Email
editor@northdeltareporter.com

Recent Work by James

One in critical condition after targeted shooting in Delta

One in critical condition after targeted shooting in Delta

Police believe shooting in North Delta, vehicle fire in Surrey both related to B.C. gang conflict
VIDEO: B.C.’s Tristan Jarry makes NHL history with Penguins’ first-ever goalie goal

VIDEO: B.C.’s Tristan Jarry makes NHL history with Penguins’ first-ever goalie goal

‘It’s pretty neat,’ the netminder said after the game. ‘But honestly, the win means more.’
Massey Tunnel replacement procurement process moves to next phase

Massey Tunnel replacement procurement process moves to next phase

Province announces three teams to bid on design-build work; winner to named by spring 2024
B.C. approves major expansion to Delta port container terminal

B.C. approves major expansion to Delta port container terminal

Province sets out 16 binding conditions to “avoid, minimize or offset” potential adverse impacts
$2.1M Delta home seized in relation to 2020 drug bust

$2.1M Delta home seized in relation to 2020 drug bust

Tsawwassen home connected to Delta Police investigation dubbed ‘Project Rolling Thunder’
Caber, Canada’s 1st support dog for victims in court, dies in B.C. at age 15

Caber, Canada’s 1st support dog for victims in court, dies in B.C. at age 15

Canada’s first accredited Justice Facility Dog, Caber served the department for nine years
Highway 99 closed southbound after truck hits overpass in Delta

Highway 99 closed southbound after truck hits overpass in Delta

Southbound traffic is being diverted through Ladner; westbound on Highway 17A overpass also closed
Province issues request for qualifications to replace George Massey Tunnel

Province issues request for qualifications to replace George Massey Tunnel

The new eight-lane tunnel is expected to be operational by 2030 and cost an estimated $4.15 billion
Vandal again targets Pride flags at B.C. church

Vandal again targets Pride flags at B.C. church

Wednesday’s incident one day before Pride Month is at least the sixth at the church since 2019
B.C. youth send feds 90 cover letters for ‘good, green jobs’ to fight climate crisis

B.C. youth send feds 90 cover letters for ‘good, green jobs’ to fight climate crisis

Applications for non-existent ‘Youth Climate Corps’ delivered to employment minister’s office May 8
More work by James >