Being a police officer comes with a certain number of expectations - investigating tragedies, attending the scene of car accidents and interacting with criminals and victims. But Const. Arthur Wlodyka didn't expect he'd feel helpless while on the job.
Now that the applause has died down, and all the back-slapping, high-fiving and Laurel and Hardy handshakes has been given (Blazing Saddles), the real work begins. What the heck do you do with all the election signs?
We are students at High Hopes Preschool at Hawthorne Park in Ladner. All of us, as concerned citizens, are discussing Delta's recycling program.
Re: Tree removal has neighbours upset, May 10 I find it odd the reporter would write this very biased article without consulting with anyone from The Royal Oaks strata or our management company.
Delta can't save all its heritage structures, but more perhaps can be done to save as many as possible.
The Burnaby Teachers' Association may be crying foul over the school district's decision to lay off 75 teachers, but the district says these layoffs are just part of the system and have to happen every year.
A more modest vision for development at Ambleside's waterfront breezed through first reading at Monday's West Vancouver council meeting.
It was not without shock and disgust that I read Brent Richter's May 8 story chronicling the vulgar, hateful and ultimately racist comments of elected council member Rod Clark. I have been a resident of the North Shore for 25 years and consider it to be a beautiful environment with accepting political views on both sides of the Capilano River. Upon reading about Mr. Clark's comments, I can no longer hold this point of view of our community.
The City of New Westminster is no longer designating specific breeds of dogs as vicious or dangerous.
After four hours, a police negotiation with a distraught man in Langley City has been resolved without incident.A 27-year-old man, who Mounties described as potentially suicidal and potentially armed, surrendered to police.
Metro Vancouver’s Environment and Parks Committee gave a big “maybe” to the idea of auto racing in Langley’s Campbell Valley Regional Park on Thursday.The committee members, councillors from around the Lower Mainland, voted to defer making a decision on re-opening the Langley Speedway until they get more information.
A suspected gas leak has forced people out of Willowbrooks Shopping Centre Thursday morning.
Bradner May Day is 94 years old this year, and is better than ever.
Annie Chen visited the polling place at Langley Secondary School on Tuesday to watch volunteers do their work.
A Langley Mountie has won election as a provincial MLA.
Langley City will be looking for a new mayor now that Peter Fassbender has won the MLA seat in Surrey-Fleetwood.
Although things still felt surreal Wednesday morning after his victory in Abbotsford-Mission, new B.C. Liberal MLA Simon Gibson already had a couple of substantial projects in mind for his constituency.
Peter Fassbender may not live in Surrey, but the Langley mayor knows a thing or two about the City of Parks.
Two local councillors and one mayor made the jump to provincial politics during the 2013 B.C. election on Tuesday night, leaving many wondering what will become of their council positions.