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Today I had the absolute pleasure of helping an 89-year-old wheelchair-bound Second World War veteran to vote. While we waited the half hour for the wheelchair-capable taxi, I learned about his life. Ray joined the RCAF in 1939 at 18-years-old and learned to fly bombers so well that he survived 22 missions. After the war he became a pharmacist and worked for a large chain of pharmacies.
Organizers of Spring Cleaning for your Mind, Body and Soul are grateful to the community for its "amazing support."
Thank you, thank you, thank you to Gordy Robinson for his column on property tax being almost the sole source of revenue for Maple Ridge [Time to revamp archaic bylaws, May 7 Just Saying, TIMES]. It seems like a small, vocal group keeps Maple Ridge in the dark ages.
A winning routine, which included Maple Ridge's Faith Phillips, took the BC Aquasonics Senior National Stream Team to silver in Quebec.
There’s a huge push towards taking care of our planet and eco-friendly products are on the rise.
"Rose is a rose is a rose is a rose" is a typical quote from Gertrude Stein, who was famous for her love of word play and experimental language.
The school is hosting a Global Issues Week, which kicked off Tuesday and runs until May 1 at the school's library, where students will hear from a diverse mix of people, including a Holocaust survivor, a First Nations slam poet and a woman who overcame an eating disorder.
Two exhibits at the Burnaby Public Library McGill are closing soon.
A contingent from the Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps Fraser is taking part in an adventure of a lifetime.
Re: Coal dust raises questions, Letters, The Record, April 3.
It's been 80 years since Holodomor - the great famine-genocide imposed on the Ukrainian people in 1932-33 by Stalin's regime.
A diorama of a motor battalion in The Royal Westminster Regiment Museum aims to give visitors a sense of the awesome power of the Westies.
A Second World War veteran is thrilled to be receiving a medal - five decades after serving overseas.
Local author, social activist and retired music teacher Sharon MacGougan will be hosting a public reading of her new book The Mayan Mysteries, her first fiction novel.
Women Of Aviation Worldwide Week takes place from March 4 to 10.
I am getting tired of hearing that Justin Trudeau has no experience. I think he has plenty.
March 9, visit the Langley Airport to help commemorate International Women's Day. Meet women who are flying for fun or a career at the Canadian Museum of Flight, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. at Langley Airport, Hangar #3, 5333 216th St., Langley. Learn about opportunities in aviation, tour the control tower and visit the museum to learn more about the contributions women have made to Canadian aviation. Visit www.womenofaviationweek.org.
Over the next few weeks, the resignation of Pope Benedict and the election of his successor will be a recur-rent topic in the news worldwide.