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New emergency supports for province’s most vulnerable

Vancouver: To ensure B.C.'s most vulnerable - including people on income or disability assistance and low-income seniors - do not encounter additional barriers during...

Save-On-Foods partners with Girl Guides of Canada to sell cookies at...

Langley: Save-On-Foods is sending boxes of Girl Guides of Canada’s famous chocolate and vanilla sandwich cookies to all 175 of its Save-On-Foods and Urban Fare...

Safety guidelines issued by Riverside Funeral Home

Due to COVID-19 Pandemic Five Rivers Management Services Society’s executive board have decided that the safety and security of families, our community members and...

Licence renewals and payment deferrals now available during pandemic

British Columbians can now extend their expiring driver’s licence remotely, as ICBC adapts driver licensing measures to assist customers to stay home and follow...

Policing services in Delta during COVID-19

Delta Police wish to reassure the public that while they may see some changes to policing services during the coming weeks, a robust plan...

Prime Minister announces more support for workers and businesses through Canada’s...

Ottawa: The Government of Canada is taking strong and quick action to protect our economy, and the health, safety, and jobs of all Canadians...

Party for the Planet returns to Surrey Civic Plaza to celebrate...

Surrey: Party for the Planet, presented by TD, returns to Surrey Civic Plaza on Saturday April 18, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. This...

Minister Schulte announces investments of over $9 million for seniors across...

Surrey: Seniors helped build the Canada we know and love today. But many face barriers that leave them feeling lonely, isolated and disconnected from...

RCMP to stop providing security for Prince Harry and Meghan: minister

Canada will stop providing security for Prince Harry and his wife Meghan in coming weeks as the couple formally renounces their royal privileges, the...

CRA has not forgotten the paper filer

Ottawa: Each year almost 90% of Canadian taxpayers choose to file their personal income taxes using electronic methods. However, we have heard from some...

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