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Edith Bell (Zoe Harmandian) embraces her mother Lydia Rich (Suzanne Harmandian) upon returning home from Europe with her fiance after the war. (Grace Kennedy photo)

Delta actors bring WWI to life at Ladner’s Kirkland House

The re-enactment was in honour of the 100th anniversary of armistice and its effect on Deltans

Edith Bell (Zoe Harmandian) embraces her mother Lydia Rich (Suzanne Harmandian) upon returning home from Europe with her fiance after the war. (Grace Kennedy photo)
Const. Ken Usipiuk of the Delta Police Department vehicle inspection unit writes a ticket during the commercial vehicle enforcement blitz Sept. 25-27. (Delta Police Department photo)

Inspection blitz takes 150 commercial trucks off Delta roads

The three-day inspection looked at more than 350 vehicles, and less than 40 had no problems

Const. Ken Usipiuk of the Delta Police Department vehicle inspection unit writes a ticket during the commercial vehicle enforcement blitz Sept. 25-27. (Delta Police Department photo)
One of the bear cubs being taken care of by Critter Care this winter. (Contributed photo)

Cloverdale art fundraisers to support three bear cubs

Critter Care raising funds for three bear cubs spending the winter at Langley facility

One of the bear cubs being taken care of by Critter Care this winter. (Contributed photo)
(From left to right) Delta mayoral candidates Moneca Kolvyn, George Harvie, Sylvia Bishop and Jim Cessford at the Little House Society for an all-candidates meeting Oct. 2. (Grace Kennedy photo)

Delta mayoral candidates talk mental health, addiction at all-candidates meeting

Two of the four candidates in attendance on Tuesday want to bring a recovery facility to Delta

(From left to right) Delta mayoral candidates Moneca Kolvyn, George Harvie, Sylvia Bishop and Jim Cessford at the Little House Society for an all-candidates meeting Oct. 2. (Grace Kennedy photo)
Boxes flew at the 2017 Thanks for Giving night as people sorted the donated food items. (Grace Kennedy photo)

Delview students gearing up for North Delta’s 26th annual Thanks for Giving

The annual food drive brought in more then 26,000 non-perishable food items last year

Boxes flew at the 2017 Thanks for Giving night as people sorted the donated food items. (Grace Kennedy photo)
Deltassist executive director Julie Chadwick, Deltassist president Brad Sherwin and Delta North MLA Ravi Kahlon cutting the ribbon to the new “Paradise in the Parking Lot” community garden at Deltassist on Sept. 26, 2018. (Grace Kennedy photo)

Deltassist’s North Delta therapy gardens now a reality

The community gardens will enhance Deltassist’s food security and therapeutic horticulture programs

Deltassist executive director Julie Chadwick, Deltassist president Brad Sherwin and Delta North MLA Ravi Kahlon cutting the ribbon to the new “Paradise in the Parking Lot” community garden at Deltassist on Sept. 26, 2018. (Grace Kennedy photo)
Suresh Murarka being presented with Deltassist’s Karen Johnson Volunteer of the Year award at the organization’s annual general meeting on Sept. 26. (Grace Kennedy photo)

Deltassist tax volunteer honoured for his dedication to others

Suresh Murarka received the award for helping Delta residents in need with their income taxes

Suresh Murarka being presented with Deltassist’s Karen Johnson Volunteer of the Year award at the organization’s annual general meeting on Sept. 26. (Grace Kennedy photo)
(Bence Boros/Unsplash photo)

‘Cloverfest’ returns with beer, wine to Cloverdale for second year

The craft beer and wine festival will be taking place in Shannon Hall on Oct. 13

(Bence Boros/Unsplash photo)
Delta School District headquarters in Ladner. (Grace Kennedy photo)

Teacher shortage causes $5-million surplus in Delta School District budget

The 2017-2018 budget predicted a $2M shortfall, but classroom changes meant there were unspent funds

Delta School District headquarters in Ladner. (Grace Kennedy photo)
North Delta-raised Jonathan Winsby will be performing in The Snapshots Collective’s production of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street this October. (Grace Kennedy photo)

North Delta actor to perform in Vancouver production of Sweeney Todd

Back from Broadway, Jonathan Winsby home to act in the gruesome tale of murder and meat pie

North Delta-raised Jonathan Winsby will be performing in The Snapshots Collective’s production of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street this October. (Grace Kennedy photo)
Delta council candidates waiting for their turn to sit at the main table during the first public all-candidates meeting of the municipal election. (Grace Kennedy photo)

Nearly all 26 Delta council hopefuls at first public all-candidates meeting

The 23 mayor and council candidates answered questions on housing, environment, transit and more

Delta council candidates waiting for their turn to sit at the main table during the first public all-candidates meeting of the municipal election. (Grace Kennedy photo)
Chalmer’s Elementary students sit in the gym to participate in the Orange Shirt Day assembly on Sept. 28, 2018. (Grace Kennedy photo)

Delta schools remember Indigenous history, suffering on Orange Shirt Day

Chalmers Elementary students learnt about residential schools during their Orange Shirt Day assembly

Chalmer’s Elementary students sit in the gym to participate in the Orange Shirt Day assembly on Sept. 28, 2018. (Grace Kennedy photo)
(Delta Fire Department)

North Delta restaurant fire closes Scott Road Friday morning

The road between 94 Ave and 92 Ave re-opened around 7:30 a.m.

(Delta Fire Department)
The Cloverdale Community Association shared its thoughts on what some of the top election issues are for the Cloverdale and Clayton communities. (Grace Kennedy photo)

Cloverdale Community Association outlines key election issues

The association says crime, transit and development are important issues for Cloverdale residents

The Cloverdale Community Association shared its thoughts on what some of the top election issues are for the Cloverdale and Clayton communities. (Grace Kennedy photo)
Jarnail Singh speaking with a visitor about his work during the opening for his exhibit in the George Mackie Library on Sept. 22, 2018. (Grace Kennedy photo)

North Delta library featuring local artist in new exhibit

Internationally-renowned artist Jarnail Singh will have his art on display until Nov. 22

Jarnail Singh speaking with a visitor about his work during the opening for his exhibit in the George Mackie Library on Sept. 22, 2018. (Grace Kennedy photo)
The first two weeks of school at Salish Secondary haven’t been a slow start, principal Sheila Hammond says. (Grace Kennedy photo)

Clayton’s Salish Secondary seeing community spirit in first weeks

The new high school welcomed its first set of students on Sept. 4

The first two weeks of school at Salish Secondary haven’t been a slow start, principal Sheila Hammond says. (Grace Kennedy photo)
Seaquam Secondary teacher Michael Iachetta, standing in front of the rain garden the school’s green club created in 2013. (Grace Kennedy photo)

North Delta teacher nominated for provincial award

Seaquam Secondary’s Michael Iachetta has been nominated for his work on social equity in schools

Seaquam Secondary teacher Michael Iachetta, standing in front of the rain garden the school’s green club created in 2013. (Grace Kennedy photo)
A North Delta home that was damaged by the July 5 townhouse in Surrey. (Grace Kennedy photo)

City offering relief for North Delta residents affected by Surrey townhouse fire

Delta will waive fees and expedite permits for those rebuilding from the July 5 blaze

A North Delta home that was damaged by the July 5 townhouse in Surrey. (Grace Kennedy photo)
Councillors Jeannie Kanakos (left) and Sylvia Bishop (right) during the council discussion of Kanakos’ whistle-blower policy. (Delta council live-stream screenshot)

Delta to craft whistle-blower policy

The policy is meant to increase public trust and create support for staff in questionable situations

Councillors Jeannie Kanakos (left) and Sylvia Bishop (right) during the council discussion of Kanakos’ whistle-blower policy. (Delta council live-stream screenshot)
Artist Eileen Fong working on one of her art pieces during the 2018 Studio Stomp. (Grace Kennedy photo)

VIDEO: North Delta Studio Stomp back for sixth year

The annual art event has local artists opening their studios to the public this weekend

Artist Eileen Fong working on one of her art pieces during the 2018 Studio Stomp. (Grace Kennedy photo)