A moment of New Westminster's history will be immortalized in a postage stamp.
Ambleside Farmers' Market, Sundays, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. on 14th Street between Marine Drive and Bellevue Avenue, West Vancouver, will feature conventional and organic produce, vendors, crafters and more. For more information visit the website at artisanmarkets.ca or call 604-318-0487.
An opening reception for Reclamation, the latest art exhibition at Deep Cove's Artemis Gallery, was held Friday. A full house of art lovers were in attendance, interested in taking in the sights and sounds of the multimedia group show featuring sculptural works by Susan MacDonald and son Eric, photographs by North Shore News photographer Mike Wakefield and a soundscape by singer-songwriter J. Knutson. Reclamation turns an eye on our industrial legacy, and was inspired by North Vancouver's working waterfront, including the area's shipbuilding history. A Solstice Celebration of Art and Sound, featuring a performance by Knutson, is being held at the gallery Friday, June 21, from 7 to 9 p.m. The show will remain on display until July 1. Info: artemisgallery.ca.
The Langley Regional Airport began its life out of a mixture of national pride, hope for the future, and Depression-era joblessness.
For a small regional airport, the runways and airspace around Langley are pretty busy.
A new charter air service is pinning its hopes on Langley Regional Airport as its hub to access the Fraser Valley and the rest of B.C.
Chilliwack's public transit could be greatly improved on.
- Reclamation, an art exhibition crafted from our industrial legacy, featuring sculpture by Susan MacDonald and Eric MacDonald, photography by Mike Wakefield and a soundscape by J. Knutson, at Deep Cove's Artemis Gallery, June 14-July 1. Opening reception: Friday, June 14, 7-10 p.m. Solstice Celebration of Art and Sound: Friday, June 21, 7-9 p.m. Info: artemisgallery.ca.
Delta should send a clear message that enough is enough when it comes to port expansion at Roberts Bank, says Against Port Expansion's Roger Emsley.
The following are some of the calls of interest the Delta police responded to in the South Delta area between Tuesday, June 4 and Sunday, June 9: Tsawwassen
Port Metro Vancouver says it doesn't have any plans to turn Roberts Bank into a major West Coast export hub for Canadian crude oil and liquefied natural gas, but civic officials will be investigating the possibility nonetheless.
On Saturday, the Safer City team will host Road Safety Day in the south parking lot of Sears at Cottonwood Mall.
Adventures in Cooking Maybe a Little Bacon: Ambrosia Adventures will host a class with chef Karen Barnaby Friday, June 14, 6: 459: 30 p.m. at Y Franks store, 503 15th St., West Vancouver. Barnaby has put together a menu of dishes that include bacon. Fee: $74.50. Info: ambrosiaadventures.com or 604-218-2084.
A new TransLink report says that service to the South of the Fraser area is improving and costs per capita are going down.
The Agricultural Land Reserve remains a potential source of new industrial land, particularly those parcels that are unproductive or not in production, says a commercial brokerage firm that deals with industrial property.
Re: New SFPR unlikely to improve the experience for commuters, Community Comment, May 31
Delta council has decided to take part in an intermunicipal business licence program with Richmond, Surrey, Vancouver, New Westminster and Burnaby.
Delta is looking at entering into a pilot project that will allow construction companies to obtain a single business licence to work in several municipalities.
A decision this week by the federal government in choosing a design for its joint support ships means the $2.6 billion project is on track to be built in North Vancouver.