A few days ago, I heard on the TV weather cast that Manitoba had just experienced its coldest winter in more than 100 years. Also, the meteorologists tell us that we had a record heat/or cold 40 or 50 years back, etc.
St. Barnabas Church is hoping it's flooded with folks for its upcoming trivia night fundraiser.
The clients of the Caring Place need footwear after a wet winter.
Homeless youths in Langley now have somewhere to shelter from the storm, literally.
IT was a quiet Sunday for what should have been a busy day of fresh powder on Mt. Seymour.
Packing up the bags for an escape from the cold weather? Or planning ahead for destinations later this year?
Drivers on the Port Mann Bridge won't have to worry about ice bombs much longer.
Through the end of 2012 and into 2013 we have experienced black ice conditions maybe six or nine times within the City of Langley.
A minivan collided with a school bus Monday morning. Though jostled, no children were hurt.
I was on my way home from work in the afternoon of Dec. 18, the day of the first snowfall, when I slipped and fell on the pavement by Queens Avenue, on the street across from Ready Set Grow Daycare.
Most weather forecasts for Monday morning in Burnaby only warned about sub-zero temperatures.
Most weather forecasts for Monday morning in New Westminster only warned about sub-zero temperatures.
It wasn't that much snow, but cold and ice caused some traffic chaos around Langley on Monday morning during the early commute.
Keep a safe distance between you and the vehicle in front of you in case you have to brake suddenly on a slippery surface.
Residents of Abbotsford are reminded to shovel the sidewalks and footpaths bordering their house no later than 12 noon the day following a snowfall.
The Port Mann Bridge appears to be the newest white elephant for taxpayers. Will drivers go back to using the bridge, given ice bombs, black ice and - who knows what's next? Maybe faulty billing to credit cards and misreading of licence plates?
"There is nothing else in municipal politics that attracts concern and angst like parking."
It turned out to be a particularly treacherous commute for users of the Port Mann Bridge Thursday morning, as icy conditions led to several crashes on the new span.
Extreme weather shelter programs in Abbotsford and Mission that provide temporary refuge for the homeless have been up and running for some time, long before the snow and sub zero temperatures hit on New Year's Eve.