Students in Southpointe Academy's Citizenship Club are looking to raise money for Canuck Place with a community parking lot sale next weekend.
An open letter to the school trustees of New Westminster:
West End elementary students won't be asked to put away their clarinets and saxophones just yet after the New Westminster school board voted unanimously to keep the band program at the May 21 board meeting.
Many hands make for light work when it comes to "juicing up" funding for local literacy initiatives.
Students at the University of the Fraser Valley's Chilliwack campus at Canada Education Park might well be doing better on tests and assignments because of their school's award-winning building design.
Re: "District updates inclusion policy review," News, April 9.
Newly elected MLA Jane Shin is still missing in action, leaving Liberals and members of the Korean community with many unanswered questions about her credentials.
Librarian cuts are not devastating [Librarian cuts devastating, May 17 Letters, TIMES].
An evening of comedy by Amir K. with host Reza Peyk at Centennial Theatre, Sunday, May 26 at 8 p.m. Tickets $45/$35/$25. For more information visit centennialtheatre.com.
We are students at High Hopes Preschool at Hawthorne Park in Ladner. All of us, as concerned citizens, are discussing Delta's recycling program.
THE executioner's axe is on hold for a number of Capilano University programs - but only for a month.
They are typically divided politically, but two local school trustees agree there needs to be more funding for public education, and it should have been a bigger issue in the recent election.
Heritage buildings are not just local landmarks, they represent history, while adding character to neighbourhoods.
Better breathers May 16, the Mission Sumas Abbotsford Better Breathers Club meets from 10 a.m. to noon at the Cascade Community Church, 35190 DeLair Rd., Abbotsford. Share information, education and support with others living with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and/or asthma.
Your article [Board keeps high school libraries open, April 28, TIMES] is misleading, and does not acknowledge the cuts to secondary school libraries.
Todd Hauptman [Polak's campaign manager quits, May 9, Langley Advance] was a teen and possibly politically out of touch when Mary Polak chaired Surrey School Board. An issue arose in 1997 that ran to at least 2002. She was chair when the board voted 4-2 to censor its teachers.
NORTH Vancouver City Library has launched a new program to help preschoolers get ready for learning.
The 1st Tsawwassen Guides recently completed an international service project to collect used prescription eyeglasses for donation to Third World countries.
Re: DTA wants to put an end to public education cuts, letter to the editor, April 26