Wednesday Mar 5
Journal of Commerce
Photo Gallery: 2014 BC Wood Design Awards in BC
This year's ceremony was the tenth anniversary of the awards, presented by Wood WORKS! BC.
Port Metro Vancouver trucker assaulted amidst labour dispute
Temperatures have reached a boiling point in the ongoing dispute over cargo pick up and delivery delays at Port Metro Vancouver.
Nanaimo Daily News
Scooter driver dies, elderly pedestrian hurt in separate Metro Vancouver crashes
A 55-year-old Metro Vancouver woman is dead and an elderly man in Delta, B.C., is recovering from serious injuries after both were hit by vehicles in separate accidents less than 12 hours apart.
Milwaukee Courier Online
Aviation record holder now among world's youngest commercial airlines pilot
Eight years ago, a December 11, 2006 Electronic Drum posting reports that our then 14 year-old helicopter and airplane pilot successfully landed a Robinson R44 helicopter at 11:05 A.M. PST at the Compton/Woodley airport, making him the youngest African American pilot to fly a helicopter round trip internationally thus netting him at that time a ... (more)
Hotspot update: Back to Drayton Harbor, Blaine, Washington
In "Hotspots Near You" in our December 2012 issue, author and naturalist Anne Murray described a wonderful place in the Pacific Northwest: Drayton Harbor , in Blaine, Washington.
Journal of Commerce
Ladner leisure centre wall collapse
The City of Delta, B.C. has hired an engineering firm to conduct a building envelope assessment at the Ladner Leisure Centre, after an outer wall of the structure collapsed last week.
Schulties crafting her culinary skills
Chef Mary-Jo Schulties sets a couple of lunch specials under a heating lamp at Harwood's Dining Room inside Temple Gardens Mineral Spa Resort on Wednesday.
Autistic hiker found as winter storm swept South Coast B.C.
North Shore Rescue, headquarters pictured above, was called after a 22-year-old autistic hiker was reported missing in Deep Cove Sunday.
Photo gallery: Beauty and contradictions in our landscapes
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Windset Farms earns "best grower" title in Berlin
Windset Farms chief executive officer Steven Newell accepts the award for "Best Tomato Grower in the World" in Berlin on Feb. 7. The Delta, British Columbia, greenhouse operation was among 50 tomato growers from around the world that entered the contest sponsored by Netherlands-based HortiBiz in conjunction with Fruit Logistica 2014, according to a ... (more)