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James Smith

James Smith

James Smith is the founding editor of the North Delta Reporter.
editor@northdeltareporter.com

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604-575-5346
Email
editor@northdeltareporter.com

Recent Work by James

Inspections find 58 commercial vehicles in Delta 'unfit for service'

Inspections find 58 commercial vehicles in Delta 'unfit for service'

Two-day blitz finds more than half of trucks inspected had violations
BC Conservatives nominate Raj Veauli in Delta North

BC Conservatives nominate Raj Veauli in Delta North

Veauli is billed as a respected leader in both business and community circles
North Delta Secondary student awarded prestigious $45K scholarship

North Delta Secondary student awarded prestigious $45K scholarship

The Cmolik Foundation is supporting Joseph Maku as he pursues his bachelor of kinesiology at the University of British Columbia
New mural at North Delta school reflects 'community heritage'

New mural at North Delta school reflects 'community heritage'

Art was designed and painted by local artist and parent Garry Brookes
Greater density on the horizon as Delta adopts new OCP

Greater density on the horizon as Delta adopts new OCP

Delta council gave final approval to the new Official Community Plan on July 8 as the city tries to meet its provincial housing target
High-flying fun as Boundary Bay Airshow returns to Delta Saturday

High-flying fun as Boundary Bay Airshow returns to Delta Saturday

Free family-friendly event gets underway at noon this Saturday (July 13)
Program for Delta youth with extra needs funded for another year

Program for Delta youth with extra needs funded for another year

Global Container Terminals donated $32,000 to support Reach Society's TEEN Social Saturday program
Two North Delta students awarded BC Transplant scholarships

Two North Delta students awarded BC Transplant scholarships

North Delta Secondary's Kimran Bopara, Sands Secondary's Narmaya Sternberg among youths chosen to receive $1,500
East Delta Hall gifted to city with an eye toward protected heritage status

East Delta Hall gifted to city with an eye toward protected heritage status

McKee Athletic Association donated the property with the request that council adopt a bylaw recognizing the hall's heritage status
North Delta students shine at national YRE competition

North Delta students shine at national YRE competition

Two teams will now see their entries represent Canada in the international contest later this year
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