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Jaime Seip at the weekend rally. (THE NEWS/files)                                Jaime Seip at the weekend rally. (THE NEWS/files)

600 volunteers sign up to recall Maple Ridge MLAs over housing problems

Organizer urges province to reconsider position on Burnett modulars

Jaime Seip at the weekend rally. (THE NEWS/files)                                Jaime Seip at the weekend rally. (THE NEWS/files)
(Contributed)                                Max and Jayden Brewer.

Young boys find ancient stone tool at B.C. lake

Lower water line unearths artifact, likely from Katzie

(Contributed)                                Max and Jayden Brewer.
Maple Ridge mayor under fire after saying homeless ‘raping and pillaging’ city

Maple Ridge mayor under fire after saying homeless ‘raping and pillaging’ city

Mike Morden says words in video were ‘an expression of frustration’

Maple Ridge mayor under fire after saying homeless ‘raping and pillaging’ city
The 1966 road trip is a series of Transportation Ministry photographs, taken every 80 feet, turned into a video.

VIDEO: Travelling the Lougheed Highway circa 1966

Transportation Ministry film offers a nostalgic road trip

The 1966 road trip is a series of Transportation Ministry photographs, taken every 80 feet, turned into a video.
Gloria Zerbinos (right) with her mother Pangiota in 2012. (File)

B.C. woman, already serving time for mom’s murder, sentenced for killing inmate

Gloria Zerbinos of Surrey had been in prison awaiting trial for stabbing her mother to death

Gloria Zerbinos (right) with her mother Pangiota in 2012. (File)
Rally against homeless housing in downtown Maple Ridge

Rally against homeless housing in downtown Maple Ridge

Mayor says council will stand with residents who oppose modular housing

Rally against homeless housing in downtown Maple Ridge
The Pitt Meadows fire seen from across the Fraser River. (Ashley Wadhwani/Black Press)

Firefighters battling smoky blaze in Pitt Meadows

Wooldridge Road closed to the public

The Pitt Meadows fire seen from across the Fraser River. (Ashley Wadhwani/Black Press)
A year later, B.C. cab driver who was beaten with tire iron still can’t get support

A year later, B.C. cab driver who was beaten with tire iron still can’t get support

Had teeth knocked out, left unconsious on Golden Ears Bridge

A year later, B.C. cab driver who was beaten with tire iron still can’t get support
Dead Canada geese found floating in a ditch in Pitt Meadows. (Contributed)

30 dead Canada geese found floating in B.C. ditch

Conservation officers are investigating after the birds were spotted in Pitt Meadows

Dead Canada geese found floating in a ditch in Pitt Meadows. (Contributed)
Anti-abortion groups plants 10,000 flags in Maple Ridge

Anti-abortion groups plants 10,000 flags in Maple Ridge

We Need a Law calls for restrictions on abortions in Canada

Anti-abortion groups plants 10,000 flags in Maple Ridge
Firefighters inspect the camp on Saturday afternoon. (Neil Corbett/THE NEWS)

UPDATE: Maple Ridge homeless camp evacuation proceeds without incident

Advocates say camp residents should be allowed to return to site after safety inspections

Firefighters inspect the camp on Saturday afternoon. (Neil Corbett/THE NEWS)
Leaders at Anita Place tent city say they will comply with an evacuation order (Neil Corbett/Maple Ridge News)

Maple Ridge homeless camp residents bracing to be evacuated

Fire safety evacuation order issued Friday after three fires in two days

Leaders at Anita Place tent city say they will comply with an evacuation order (Neil Corbett/Maple Ridge News)
Prison guards at Fraser Regional Correctional Centre in Maple Ridge (Neil Corbett/Maple Ridge News)

Guards protest firing of fellow officers charged with assault at B.C. prison

Corrections officers demonstrated in Maple Ridge on Friday afternoon

Prison guards at Fraser Regional Correctional Centre in Maple Ridge (Neil Corbett/Maple Ridge News)
‘Tom’ Nghiem Vo of Maple Ridge has suffered acid burns to most of his face and one eye. (Contributed)

B.C. couple attacked with acid, slashed with knife in Vietnam

Warning, graphic images: Man has burns on 80 per cent of his body, slashed with knife

‘Tom’ Nghiem Vo of Maple Ridge has suffered acid burns to most of his face and one eye. (Contributed)
(Contributed)                                Jim and Tula Gonczol on their wedding day 26 years ago.

B.C. man known as ‘Papa Jimmy’ dies making daily trek to his wife

Maple Ridge 85-year-old made visits to New West for 12 years

(Contributed)                                Jim and Tula Gonczol on their wedding day 26 years ago.
(Contributed)                                Jim and Tula Gonczol on their wedding day 26 years ago.

B.C. man known as ‘Papa Jimmy’ dies making daily trek to his wife

Maple Ridge 85-year-old made visits to New West for 12 years

(Contributed)                                Jim and Tula Gonczol on their wedding day 26 years ago.
Former Pitt Meadows mayor John Becker. (THE NEWS/files)

New citations against former Pitt Meadows mayor by Law Society of B.C.

New allegations of professional misconduct by John Becker

Former Pitt Meadows mayor John Becker. (THE NEWS/files)
Noah Trulsen with his mother Lorraine. (Facebook photo)

Scholarship to remember Maple Ridge man who died playing hockey

Second bursary to memorialize Noah Trulsen

Noah Trulsen with his mother Lorraine. (Facebook photo)
Items seized by Ridge Meadows RCMP in an operation last month. (Contributed)

Man accused of identity theft has lengthy criminal record

Shawn Bradley Gillam shot at a police officer during chase in 2008

Items seized by Ridge Meadows RCMP in an operation last month. (Contributed)
Sebastian Fralic, supervisor at Ridge Meadows Recycling puts donated items of clothing, shoes and a stuffed animal into a Salvation Army bin at the depot Thursday morning. The bins are behind locked gate with security during off hours, but don’t have a chute and are easy to get out of if someone were to climb in. (Colleen Flanagan/THE NEWS)

Maple Ridge groups find ways to make clothing bins safer

The bins are being retrofitted or pulled off the street

Sebastian Fralic, supervisor at Ridge Meadows Recycling puts donated items of clothing, shoes and a stuffed animal into a Salvation Army bin at the depot Thursday morning. The bins are behind locked gate with security during off hours, but don’t have a chute and are easy to get out of if someone were to climb in. (Colleen Flanagan/THE NEWS)