Tsawwassen author Matt McCoy will be signing copies of his new novel tomorrow at Albany Books.
TEDxRenfrewCollingwood is looking for scientists, designers, philosophers, inventors, educators, entrepreneurs, poets or anyone else with an idea or story worth sharing. This is an independently organized TED event, where speakers will share stories just waiting to be told. The TED group welcomes everyone to apply to speak on the stage and present their talk. Anyone interested in speaking at this event can apply at tedxrenfrewcollingwood.com/speakers.
Want to take the library with you on your smartphone? Check out the New Westminster Public Library's eLibrary page at www.nwpl.ca/your_library/ elibrary.php for some mobile options.
I am ashamed to admit it - but as the Mike Duffy, Pamela Wallin, expense scandal story simmers on social media and fills newspaper pages - I have gained a new appreciation for good cops who feel tarnished by bad cops.
I am ashamed to admit it - but as the Mike Duffy, Pamela Wallin, expense scandal story simmers on social media, and fills newspaper pages - I have gained a new appreciation for good cops who feel tarnished by bad cops.
I would wholeheartedly agree that democracy is a good thing [Democracy a good thing, May 21 Our View, TIMES], but would just as strongly disagree that what we just witnessed was an exercise in democracy.
Cloverdale resident Matthew Stowe is $100,000 richer after cooking his way to a Top Chef Canada title.
Dora the Explorer will return to Surrey's Bell Performing Arts Centre on Oct. 12.
Although the Olympia bar/restaurant in Whalley has become known as a solid live-music venue (Peak Performance Project-winning hip-hopper Kyprios headlines there Saturday night, June 15), Dennis Litonjua and business partner Art Factora have added comedy to the calendar.
In response to Mr. Banov [Librarians not needed at all, May 21 Letters, TIMES]:
Two lucky TIMES readers will each win a CD by Campbell + Green.
Canada's prostitution laws are currently up for debate and from everything I'm reading in various newspapers and online blogs, it seems there are two sides to this argument.
Fans of celebrity chef Bob Blumer weren't surprised to see him Monday night sporting a helmet with a pig's head impaled on a large spike, or later, witness him challenge an audience member while dressed as a Mexican wrestler.
Candice James, poet laureate for the city of New Westminster, will be at the mike at the next Poetic Justice event this Sunday, June 16 to read from her latest book, Shorelines - A Book of Villanelles, which was released this month.
BLUES singer Melissa Bel planned on going to university after high school, but when she told her vocal coach about her plans, he had other ideas.
Organizers of Surrey International Marathon will officially kick off the 16-week countdown to the second annual event with a free, family event at Central City Plaza Friday, June 21.
The month of June is National Aboriginal History Month with National Aboriginal Day on June 21. This is a day for all Canadians to celebrate the cultures and contributions to Canada of First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples.
THE FOLLOWING is a selection of volunteer opportunities from various community organizations, made available through Volunteer North Shore, a service of North Shore Community Resources Society.
Blueridge Good Neighbour Day will take place Sunday, June 9, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at Blueridge elementary, 2650 Bronte Ave., North Vancouver. There will be food, entertainment, children's and teen's activities, a silent auction, information about community resources, a parade and more. Info: blueridgeca.org.