Martin Van Den Hemel

Millions of dressers

IKEA recalls chests, dressers over tip-over hazard

Six children in the U.S. have died since 1989; customers can get refund or wall anchor kit

Millions of dressers
A Surrey couple has been awarded $4.8 million by the B.C. Supreme Court for a 2009 crash on a Manitoba highway.

UPDATE: Surrey man still struggles after tractor-trailer crash in 2009

Judge orders Volvo to pay $5M, rules manufacturer was negligent in electrical component installation

A Surrey couple has been awarded $4.8 million by the B.C. Supreme Court for a 2009 crash on a Manitoba highway.
B.C. wildfire officials on alert as ‘volatile’ conditions expected by long weekend

B.C. wildfire officials on alert as ‘volatile’ conditions expected by long weekend

North, Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island to rapidly dry out over next few weeks, officials say

B.C. wildfire officials on alert as ‘volatile’ conditions expected by long weekend
Blind advocacy group’s bid for safe drug labelling in B.C. gets boost

Blind advocacy group’s bid for safe drug labelling in B.C. gets boost

Human rights complaint seeks better prescription medication labelling

Blind advocacy group’s bid for safe drug labelling in B.C. gets boost
Richmond Mounties responded to a stabbing shortly after noon on Wednesday in the 5000 block of Williams Road.

UPDATE: Surrey man charged after serious stabbing in Richmond

Victim stabbed on Williams Road following earlier verbal altercation

Richmond Mounties responded to a stabbing shortly after noon on Wednesday in the 5000 block of Williams Road.
A $120 million

$120M Playland redevelopment could double annual revenues

Attendance could jump 50 per cent, but admission could rise 40 per cent

A $120 million
Jorda Maisey

Mission, Cloverdale among 10 hottest real estate markets in Fraser Valley

No real estate slowdown for Fraser Valley after strong May and record-breaking April

Jorda Maisey
Delta Mayor Lois Jackson helped announce a new interchange along Highway 91 on Wednesday.

New interchange coming to Delta to cut Alex Fraser Bridge congestion

Construction to begin on $30M interchange at Hwy 91 and 72 Avenue this fall

Delta Mayor Lois Jackson helped announce a new interchange along Highway 91 on Wednesday.
New distracted driving scopes allow police to spot offenders 1.2 kilometres away.

B.C.’s distracted driving penalty jumps to $543 June 1

$888 for a second offence and possible review by Superintendent of Motor Vehicles

New distracted driving scopes allow police to spot offenders 1.2 kilometres away.
School districts across the province will share in $25 million in administrative savings.

$25 million in savings to be doled out to schools, Surrey gets $3.1 million

Education Minister Mike Bernier makes announcement of funding in Surrey

School districts across the province will share in $25 million in administrative savings.
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Boys sports sandals recalled for fall hazard

Health Canada issues recall on sandals sold at Real Canadian Superstore, Extra Foods, no frills, Your Independent Grocer

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Doug Zaklan of Zaklan Heritage Farm and partner Gemma McNeill.

Strawberries are in already, and farmers frustrated

Warm weather means early fruits and veggies, but Lower Mainland farmers face water challenges

Doug Zaklan of Zaklan Heritage Farm and partner Gemma McNeill.
Splashdown Park is set to close forever this fall.

Splashdown waterslide park closing after 30-plus years

With lease up after this year, and aging infrastructure, Tsawwassen facility’s days are numbered

Splashdown Park is set to close forever this fall.
Members of the bronze-medal winning Canadian soccer team arrived to a big crowd at Vancouver International Airport Monday.

Canadian Olympic women’s soccer team members, Olympians land at YVR

Christine Sinclair and members of the bronze medal winning Canadian Women’s Soccer Team were among those who landed at YVR.

Members of the bronze-medal winning Canadian soccer team arrived to a big crowd at Vancouver International Airport Monday.

Time, tech right for electronic voting

The timing has never been more right for online voting.

John Cummins is looking to become the next leader of the B.C. Conservative Party.

John Cummins is running for B.C. Conservative leadership

Former Delta-Richmond East MP John Cummins announces candidacy

John Cummins is looking to become the next leader of the B.C. Conservative Party.
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