- Kay Meek Centre's annual fundraising gala featuring Canadian jazz singer Holly Cole, Friday May 31 at 7 p.m. Tickets: welcome reception and show, $129; VIP meet the artist, $159. Box office and info: kaymeekcentre.com
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Perhaps those who feel voting is a waste of time or that there are better things to do ought to be forced to visit the various gravesites that dot the world where Canadians fought and died for democracy.
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Live music, dance performances, arts and crafts vendors, food and other attractions will make Alexandra Festival a fun place to be Saturday, May 25.
Members of the talented Sardis Secondary Drumline have their eyes on Africa as they push to raise $10,000 for grandmothers caring for children orphaned by HIV/AIDS.
Duffers, you're invited to sign up for Mission Mayor Ted Adlem's second annual charity golf tournament. It's set for June 30 at the Cedar Ridge Golf Course.
Mission genealogists May 23, the Mission Genealogy Club meets at 7 p.m. in the Mission Library, 33247 Second Ave. Visitors and new members are always welcome. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 604-820-5523 for details.
Five major singers and teen idols from Taiwan and China visited Aberdeen Centre last week for Fairchild Radio's 20th anniversary special, Global Chinese Golden Chart North American concert. The concert took place last Friday night. Jason Kenney, Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism presented each star with a Certificate of Appreciation for promoting cultural exchange between Canada and Asia.
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"If there was ever any doubt that Stephen Harper's Conservatives bear zero resemblance to the long-ago reformers who railed against government corruption and pork barrel politics, the expense scandal that's engulfed Senator Mike Duffy has surely put it to rest."
The largest mosque in B.C. officially opened in Delta last weekend.
WHEN they immigrated to Canada from the Philippines more than a decade ago, it was a family connection that initially drew Alvin Koh Relleve and his wife to the area.
A large delegation from Moriguchi, Japan, is visiting New Westminster this week in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the two cities' sister city relationship.
The person at the helm when Trinity Western University began in 1961 has died.A memorial service is planned for June 1.
There is room in the pool for kids who want to try an Olympic sport this spring and summer.
Thousands are expected to attend the grand opening Saturday of one of Canada's biggest mosques in Delta.
The fifth annual Delta Rotary Youth Awards took place on Saturday, May 11 with a dinner and ceremony at the Delta Town and Country Inn.
It's 148,000 square feet of integrated health services and amenities to help develop all types of athletes - from the weekend warrior to the Olympic level - and it's finally taking appointments.