It was a trip of a lifetime for a group of local young soccer players.
The quiet little town of Squamish has many attractions: rock-climbing, kite-surfing and para-sail-ing, hiking, sailing, fishing - pretty much any of the outdoor activities featured in the MEC catalogue. It's a little slice of Beautiful B.C., just a short drive from the city.
A few weeks ago, Asta Kovanen rolled out a bolt of silk in a little park near St. Georges Avenue and East 10th Street and began pounding flower petals onto the fabric.
A North Vancouver con man who tried to derail a fraud investigation against him by posing as a police officer to foreign banking officials has managed to get four convictions of impersonation overturned by the B.C. Court of Appeal.
Audiences in Abbotsford will soon have the rare opportunity to experience the voice of B.C.-born and raised Ben Heppner, recognized as the finest dramatic tenor before the public today.
One form of her art has been displayed in prestigious venues from Windsor Castle, Hatfield House, Scone Palace, and Sherborne Castle to dozens of well-recognized shops and galleries throughout England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales.
The United Churches of Langley has a brand new Sauter grand piano and wanted to share that new addition with the community. A concert series was the answer, with the second installment on Saturday.
Students at the University of the Fraser Valley's Chilliwack campus at Canada Education Park might well be doing better on tests and assignments because of their school's award-winning building design.
Local residents will join an international march on Saturday at Mill Lake to protest the biotech and chemical giant Monsanto and its influence on food crops.
A fundraiser on Friday night in Vancouver's Gastown is being organized to benefit Cythera House, a Maple Ridge shelter for women and children fleeing abuse.
Given the number of real injustices and outrages in the world, it's probably wrong of me to flip out about grammar and word usage.
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.
WHEN they immigrated to Canada from the Philippines more than a decade ago, it was a family connection that initially drew Alvin Koh Relleve and his wife to the area.
After two years on the sidelines, South Surrey's Sarah Hunter is back on the court and climbing in the rankings for wheelchair tennis.
Life Before the Taser by Douglas Barker and Amanda in England: The Missing Novel by Darlene Foster
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.
If the weather is decent from May 23 to 25, this year's version of Surrey Children's Festival could hit the 18,000 attendance mark over the three days.
CLOVERDALE COWBOY COOK-OFF BBQ COMPETITION AND RIB FEST
Modern tap dancing is no longer just about bow ties and jazz hands on Broadway.