Fraser Valley

Tributes continue for Maple Ridge man killed in accident

Tributes continue to pour in for Aiden Serr, the popular Maple Ridge man who lost his life in a tragic car accident last week.<p>Beverley Martin met and …

Maple Ridge

Procession and funeral for Const. John Davidson - Surrey Now-Leader

The incident occurred in Fleetwood on Saturday night<p>Travelling this weekend? Check the forecasts before hitting the road<p>A volunteer search party was …

Lower Mainland

Coquihalla closed both directions near Merritt

14-year-old girl hit on Burnett Street at Lougheed Highway<p>Thousands march in procession to memorial<p>Grand prize of $20,000 for lucky winner<p>Community …

Lower Mainland

REPLAY: B.C. this week in video

Thousands of first responders and citizens have gathered in Abbotsford today to honour fallen officer Const. John Davidson. <b>See more ></b><p>Volunteers use …

Okanagan

Friendship benches donated to two Maple Ridge schools

Two rainbow coloured benches will not only brighten the halls of two schools in Maple Ridge this year, but will also serve as a space for students …

Maple Ridge

‘Camp Next’ combines soccer skills and leadership lessons - Surrey Now-Leader

Soccer is one of the most inclusive sports in the world.<p>Even though that’s the case, sometimes it takes some close-to-home interest to get people …

Soccer

Heavy rains, winds hit B.C.’s south coast

Pouring rains and heavy winds continue to pound B.C.’s south coast on Sunday.<p>Environment Canada issued warnings for a slew of communities across the …

Weather

Remembering Louis Riel

In one corner of historic Fort Langley on Saturday, visitors were taking unsteady aim with bows and arrows at targets from behind a roped-off safety …

Métis

Lights to turn blue ahead of funeral for fallen Abbotsford police officer - Surrey Now-Leader

You may notice buildings and landmarks glowing blue Saturday night.<p>The blue lights are to honour Abbotsford Police Const. John Davidson, who was …

Policing

Rainfall warning for Metro Vancouver | The Province

A rainfall warning is in effect for Metro Vancouver, with up to 80 millimetres of rain expected in some areas Saturday night.<p>Environment Canada says …

Canadian News

Stabbing at North Delta Walmart - Surrey Now-Leader

Plane lost power during take-off<p>Society reports an increase number of unemployed youth in South Surrey/White Rock<p>Last month, he suited up for Team BC …

Walmart

Heavy downpours expected in parts of Metro Vancouver

A rainfall warning is in effect for parts of the Lower Mainland, with heavy downpours expected Saturday evening.<p>Up to 80 mm of rain are expected to …

British Columbia

Another Friday night fire in Maple Ridge

Maple Ridge firefighters were busy with a fire for the second straight Friday night.<p>At approximately 9:45 p.m. they were called to a fully involved …

Maple Ridge

Pitt Meadows gets new art gallery

The new facility got rave reviews when the City of Pitt Meadows hosted the grand opening of its first public art gallery on Saturday.<p>The new gallery, …

Lower Mainland

Police investigate string of overnight fires in North Delta

Police are investigating a string of fires lit in North Delta overnight.<p>The Delta Fire Department and Delta Police responded to three separate fires …

Lower Mainland

Flames win their third straight

With two more victories this week, the Ridge Meadows Flames are now on a three-game winning streak.<p>On Friday night in their home barn, the Cam Neely …

Maple Ridge

Tips for keeping your personal data safe, from the experts

With millions of apps, it seems everywhere you look on your smartphone, your information is being requested.<p>Email addresses, credit card information, …

Maple Ridge

Class sizes dropped from among the worst in B.C.

Class sizes are smaller in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows, but there are still some crowded classrooms.<p>The Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows School Board …

Education

Murray returns as Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows School Board chair

Mike Murray is back as the chair of the Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows School Board, and said there is a far more positive tone in the school district for …

Education

In Education: The great art shake out

Last month, on Oct. 19, more than 890,000 people in B.C. practiced their earthquake procedure during the Great ShakeOut.<p>Residents of B.C. are often …

Earthquakes

MacDuff: Memories at the kitchen table

It was tradition to attend the Remembrance Day service with my mom, and since her passing I am proud that my kids continue to attend the service with …

Veterans Affairs (Canada)

B.C. rainfall, snowfall warnings issued by Environment Canada

Strong weather system will bring up to 90 millimetres of rain to parts of the South Coast<p>A strong weather system moving across the province is …

Weather

Sales increase in Canada ahead of tougher mortgage rules in January 2018

Housing sales in Canada edged upwards month on month in Canada between September and October while prices also increased, the latest index …

Real Estate

No. 7-ranked Cascades wrap up weekend sweep vs. Avalanche

By <br>Women's Volleyball 0<p>The Cascades celebrated a three-set win over College of the Rockies on Sunday at Abbotsford Senior.<p>The University of the …

Canadian University Sports

Cascades turn aside Wesmen’s comeback effort, prevail 67-59

By <br>Men's Basketball 0<p>For the second straight night, the Winnipeg Wesmen made the UFV Cascades sweat down the stretch, but this time the Cascades …

Canadian University Sports

First Nations woman says B.C. healthcare failed her – again

<i>Tina House</i> <i><br>APTN News</i><br>It’s been just over two months since Mary Stewart, 55, was taken to a Chilliwack Hospital after saying she was hit by a semi-truck.<p>…

Lower Mainland

Third-quarter outburst powers Wesmen past Cascades

By <br>Women's Basketball 0<p>A big third quarter was the difference as the Winnipeg Wesmen defeated the University of the Fraser Valley women’s basketball …

Canadian University Sports

Maple Ridge churches asked to help the homeless

Rob Thiessen has seen it work, a plan that helps the homeless by getting them off the street, at least for a short time, by giving them a good meal …

Maple Ridge

COLUMN: Technology gives me hope my father will walk again - Surrey Now-Leader

As Michael Coss described re-training himself how to eat, how to brush his teeth, and how to brush his hair after a traumatic brain injury, I had …

Opinion: Increase irrigated land area to attain food security in B.C.

Home to two-thirds of British Columbians, the mighty Fraser River is the lifeblood of a vast watershed that stretches from the Rockies to the …

British Columbia