Former land developer Tarsem Singh Gill, 58, pleaded guilty to two counts of fraud on May 3 in connection with a $40-million mortgage fraud that involved dozens of Lower Mainland home purchases.
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.
After four hours of negotiations, police discussions with a distraught man in Langley City Thursday night ended without incident.
The Optimist-Spirit of Fraser Valley junior dragon boat team enjoyed success at last weekend's FCRCC Junior Regatta at False Creek in Vancouver.
THOMAS Dignum is among the Lower Mainland residents going to bat for the B.C. Children's Hospital Foundation next weekend at a fundraising slo-pitch tournament.
RESIDENTS in Moodyville are not welcoming the news that Port Metro Vancouver and BC Hydro are set to install high-voltage transmission lines down St. Davids Avenue.
It’s changed names, moved locations and undergone a major expansion, but its role as a centre for faith in the community has remained unchanged for 100 years.
The Delta Music Makers are celebrating their 30th anniversary with a free concert in Ladner next Saturday.
PoCo council is backing the Cat & Fiddle Pub's push to extend its hours, despite hearing residents express concerns over noise and other issues. The pub's owner, meanwhile, says the business addresses concerns whenever it hears of them.
AS pundits and journalists autopsy the unexpected big win by the B.C. Liberals in the 2013 election, the North Shore's candidates are reflecting on hard-fought campaigns and looking to the future.
The launch of Force Field: 77 Women Poets of British Columbia, edited by Susan Musgrave, will be held Sunday, May 19 at 2 p.m. at the Seymour Art Gallery. Free. Info: mothertonguepublishing. com or seymourartgallery.com.
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DIRECTOR Gareth Edwards' reboot of the Godzilla franchise turned part of Cypress Mountain into San Francisco Bay Area Park last week during location shooting on the North Shore.
Capilano University Textile Arts Grad Show: The graduating class from the university's textile arts program showcase their work in this show, which opened Thursday and continues to June 8 at CityScape Community Art Space, 335 Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver. Students explore a range of approaches and techniques to textile arts. The works in the exhibition range from silk-screening, printing and various surface treatments with dyes and stitched designs, to woven, felted and knitted pieces. On Saturday, May 18 at 2 p.m. artists will be at the gallery to discuss the works in the exhibition as well as the techniques and thought processes used in their creation. For an online catalogue designed by students, visit grad2013.textileartscapu. com.
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Sunday's downpour didn't dampen the spirits of those taking part in a baseball tournament in Langley, honouring Sheila Engh's memory
Walnut Grove's Shawn Meehan has been chasing the music "high" since his teens.
The Trinity Western track and field team bolstered an already strong pole vaulting team with the signing of Nathan Dunford, who is the reigning 2A Washington State High School pole vault champion.
After 18 years as a popular MLA for Abbotsford, independent candidate John van Dongen was ousted Tuesday night by political rookie Darryl Plecas, a University of the Fraser Valley criminologist.