Two talented singers are winners of this year's BC Junior Talent Search.
Abbotsford musician and conductor David Rushton will direct the 45-voice Gloria Dei Chorale, Canada West Chamber orchestra and soloists Andrea and Amaris in Vivaldi's "Gloria," as well as additional vocal duets with orchestra and joyful choral selections.
Nothing is sweeter than a song - or so it is said. There are certainly a lot of people who like to sing, and sing and blend in with others. Soundscape A Cappella Chorus was started by a collection of people who wanted not just to sing, but to sing in harmony - with each other, of course. Soundscape is now a 30-member mixed chorus (men and women) under the direction of Donya Metzger.
An Abbotsford woman is in stable condition after being hit by a bus and airlifted to hospital on Tuesday afternoon.
As the public conscience turns more and more toward leading a healthy lifestyle and increasingly away from commercial food sources, one South Surrey woman is hoping to see Surrey make changes that would allow for more residents to raise their own chickens.
If you look at winning percentage alone, the Langley Jr. Thunder is the top team in the B.C. Junior A Lacrosse League.
Teary-eyed students and teachers shared their stories with New Westminster school board trustees Tuesday evening, in hopes of convincing the board to look elsewhere to make cuts in order to balance the budget.
A combined New Westminster/Burnaby girls' team won the provincial zone u-15 basketball title at the Langley Events Centre on Sunday.
New Westminster moved into a three-way tie for second place in the B.C. Junior Lacrosse League with wins over Port Coquitlam and Delta last week.
West End elementary students won't be asked to put away their clarinets and saxophones just yet after the New Westminster school board voted unanimously to keep the band program at the board meeting May 21.
Spring has arrived over at the Burnaby and Region Allotment Gardens where a new crop of gardeners are eagerly awaiting plots.
Celebrating multiculturalism in New Westminster
The heat is on
"It's a beautiful day in this neighbourhood, a beautiful day for a neighbour. Would you be mine? Could you be mine?"
Earlier this year, a Canadian family discovered they were descended from King Richard III, whose skeletal remains were discovered under a parking lot in England.
New West celebrates Victoria Day tradition
Sapperton pensioners are reaching out to some younger folks in the community.
The Burnaby Lakers didn't get the start they wanted in the Western Lacrosse Association season opener.
Librarians' Choice: Spring into Summer, 7 to 8: 30 p.m. at the Burnaby Public Library, McGill branch, 4595 Albert St. Looking forward to warmer weather and lazy days with a good book? Burnaby librarians will present fast-paced reviews of fiction and nonfiction books for spring & summer reading. Admission is free but space is limited; register online at www.bpl. bc.ca/events, by calling 604 299-8955, or in person at the library.