Chilliwack filmmaker Nicolas Teichrob is back in town with another extreme, adventure sport film, but this time it comes with a message.
Coquitlam's Sandra Walter has made quick time in the Canada Cup cross-country mountain biking series so far.
A Maple Ridge family woke up last Monday morning to the startling sight of a black bear opening up the doors to the family truck.
Re: The Province May 24, Abbotsford being in the running for the "most boring city"
Seaside volleyball teams struck gold four times at national tournaments this month.
The complete overhaul of bylaws surrounding two of the city's most contentious issues were put off until 2014, as White Rock city staff is too overloaded to give the bylaws the attention they deserve.
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A week after council asked staff to revisit the current ban on skateboarding and similar methods of locomotion, the City of White Rock has taken measures to deter boarders from cruising down Everall Street.
IT'S business as usual for District of North Vancouver longboarders after a contentious council debate ended with an endorsement of the status quo Monday.
Re: "Skateboard ban shows divide among age groups," the Now, April 30.
A skateboarder was taken to hospital with serious injuries after being hit by a car in the Evans Road roundabout Friday afternoon.
A section of the Albion Fairgrounds will be transformed into a temporary BMX track for this weekend's Ridge Meadows Home Show.
A current ban on skateboarding, longboarding and other rolling activities in White Rock may be on the way out following Monday's council meeting.
Re: "U.S. border fee proposal a toll too far," editorial, Friday, April 26.
With an Olympic experience already under his belt, Coquitlam's Tory Nyhaug has added a UCI BMX Supercross World Cup podium finish to his list of accomplishments.
The first Toonie Race of the year was a muddy success.
NORTH Shore mountain biking legend Alison Sydor wasn't always a legend.
Re: "White Rock ban on skateboards deemed 'folly,'" the Now, April 2.
Ryan DeCenzo has come a long way since he first set foot on a skateboard some 11 years ago.