Sixty five years and still going strong. As the town changes, Bruce's Country Market changes with it and Ryan McEachren said he is "excited" to be working at Bruce's.
The ocean has been overfished. The forests are being taken over by technology with many loggers losing their jobs.
Abbotsford Mission Times asked candidates in four local ridings to respond to the following: What do you see as the 2 - 3 most important issues in your riding? What would you do about it? We'll run the responses over four issues. This is Part 3. This riding has seven candidates. To see the remaining two candidates, turn to page A4. You can see all candidates profiles at www.abbotsfordtimes.com.
FOUR candidates in the West Vancouver-Sea to Sky riding answered questions from a small crowd of about 60 at an all-candidates meeting held at the Kay Meek Centre on Sunday.
Filmmaker Jocelyn Demers will be presenting his new documentary on sustainable beekeeping at the Tsawwassen Library next week.
In a creative effort to encourage multigenerational meal preparation, the B.C. Ministry of Health and the B.C. Dairy Foundation are co-sponsoring a video contest this spring and Burnaby residents are invited to participate.
The Delta/Richmond chapter of the Council of Canadians will host filmmaker Twyla Roscovich for a showing of her groundbreaking new production: Salmon Confidential. The film documents the government cover up of what's killing B.C.'s wild salmon.
The more I learn about the dairy industry, the less I want it promoted in our schools.
Re: Fisheries changes motivated by oil and pipelines, says MP, Times, April 4.
Recent letters by anti-salmon farming activists taking issue with my earlier letter again miss the point.
In response to Michele Davies' March 28 letter, Ask Your MP to Vote for Bill Banning Shark Fin Import, regarding Bill C-380, I congratulate Fin Donnelly for raising awareness of an important issue in the sustainability of fisheries. I admire MPs who force important public debate about such issues.
Regarding Grant Warkentin's "Enough of the scary salmon tales," Chilliwack Times, April 2, what stands out to me is that Mr. Warkentin attacks Eddie Gardner rather than Mr. Gardner's arguments.
When the Conservative government says last year's changes to the fisheries and navigable waters acts are about helping farmers utilize their land, it's nothing but a smokescreen, according to NDP MP Fin Donnelly.
Re: Be Our Guest column " Why Chilliwack has a chapter of the Salmon Feedlot Boycott" in the March 28 edition of the Chilliwack Times.
I am often asked, "Eddie what's the big deal with farmed Atlantic salmon and why are you promoting a boycott of farmed salmon here in Chilliwack?"
I am a newcomer to the B.C. wild salmon crisis. I recently viewed a free documentary by Twyla Roscovich www.Salmon Confidential. ca which started me thinking about my mother.
Langley Rotarians are helping to create a buzz down in the Caribbean, contributing to a project to create a honey industry in Haiti.
In our research we have come across wonderful descriptions of local houses that give us much more than a simple account of a building. One such story from the local 1882 and 1890 papers provides us with great colour.
Mayor Lois Jackson unveiled an interpretive sign yesterday morning to recognize Delta's once-thriving oyster industry.