Picture this: it’s a bright summer day and you’re walking past the tennis courts in your neighbourhood. Suddenly you see a blur of colours from the corner of your eye as somebody dives for the ball and, with a loud and satisfying “thwok”, returns it
The heat rising off the fields at Westham Island Herb Farm carries the rich smell of fertile soil amid the wafting fragrance of summer flowers. The resident donkey’s eyelids droop in the midday heat as a woman and her daughter pay him a visit. The
After a busy lifetime of independence and self-reliance it can be a shock to aging seniors to suddenly find themselves unable to do basic things like visiting friends or going grocery shopping. That problem can be compounded by a lack of reliable transportation, either because
If you missed the 1940s or 50s due to the pesky problem of not being born yet, there’s no need to fear. They’re coming back in style in Ladner on Aug. 21 with the 12th Annual Quilt Walk and Car Show. This extraordinary event features
When the Ottawa Redblacks visit your B.C. Lions in October you may just find a good reason to cheer for the visitors. That’s because one of the newest members of the Canadian Football League’s (CFL) Redblacks is 22-year-old Kevin Jackson, a former South Delta Ram.
School’s out for summer, as the Alice Cooper song goes, but that doesn’t mean all learning has to stop during the holidays. In fact, many school teachers recommend reading in July and August to prevent “summer slide” as the lessons you learned all year slip
When “Molly” arrived at the Delta Community Animal Shelter eleven months ago the nearly two-year-old German Shepherd had never known any other life than that of a backyard guard dog. She had a foul yeast smell, severely infected ears, hair loss in various parts of