Jim McGregor

The challenge of meeting a looming deadline

To my readers — you’ll just have to take whatever you get this week.

Guys try hard to make the right adjustments

In days gone by, we never passed a stranded motorist.

The fun of chasing down unusual cars

Langley Good Times Cruise-In takes place Saturday. It's a great time to talk cars and relive memories.

Ice bucket challenge could lead to cure for ALS

Fundraiser took off, thanks to the internet and YouTube. It's a worthwhile challenge.

Quiet reading spot at Campbell Valley Regional Park proves to be popular

A visit to Campbell Valley Regional Park shows how popular a location it is for many activities.

Getting around to it, after 21 years or so

It's been a summer to catch up on a variety of jobs that have been put off for a number of reasons.

Young entrepreneurs run a simple operation

It only takes a minute to pause at a lemonade stand. The smiles alone are worth the stop.

Sleep coaching is not close to rocket science

Here's some tips from a coach which won't even cost you anything.

Success without stress

I watched a lot of sports last week — Blue Jays, Lions,…

Keeping your cool

Some points to ponder while you seek relief from the heat in front of the fan

‘Best before’ dates have multiple applications

Our 'best before' dates can still be ahead of us if we determine we still have a purpose.

Getting at the root of a fast-growing problem

Ivy choking a healthy tree compared to influences that can impede our lives.

Cooking for the community can be a lot of fun

Multi-tasking is important when taking part in community events.

Changed layout in grocery store leads to some confusion

It's hard to find what you are looking for when the store layout changes.

Fathers and mentors make a big difference in our lives

All of us who did or didn’t have Dads at home can also recall someone else who made a difference in our lives.

Brandon Gabriel of the Kwantlen First Nation will be participating in the entire 1,300 km Spirit of the Coast canoe trek, which began Sunday with a ceremonial sendoff in Fort Langley. The purpose of the event is to bring awareness of the ecology and culture of the B.C. coast and of the various proposals to add to the number of oil tankers traversing it, if export plans proceed.

Witness to a canoe journey highlighting fragility and importance of B.C. coast

Jim McGregor writes about what he witnessed at start of epic canoe voyage.

Brandon Gabriel of the Kwantlen First Nation will be participating in the entire 1,300 km Spirit of the Coast canoe trek, which began Sunday with a ceremonial sendoff in Fort Langley. The purpose of the event is to bring awareness of the ecology and culture of the B.C. coast and of the various proposals to add to the number of oil tankers traversing it, if export plans proceed.

Doing my best to avoid confrontation

As a "mature" citizen, does columnist Jim McGregor have a choice?

Pickleball sport chair Ross Priebe prepares to serve up a great experience for the Langley 2014 Senior Games, which take place Sept. 9 to 13 in both Langley City and Langley Township.

Pickleball a growing sport which will be highlighted at Langley 2014 Seniors Games

Sport was invented in Washington state in 1965. It is rapidly growing in popularity.

Pickleball sport chair Ross Priebe prepares to serve up a great experience for the Langley 2014 Senior Games, which take place Sept. 9 to 13 in both Langley City and Langley Township.

Walk for Brighter Futures makes a difference for the hard of hearing

This year's event takes place on Saturday at Campbell Valley Regional Park.

Many important lessons learned during recess

Many lessons were learned during school days, outside the classroom at recess.