Phil Melnychuk

TransLink adds a train, just for Canada Day

West Coast Express leaves Mission at 11 a.m., stops in Maple Ridge

Modular, mobile homes can solve Maple Ridge homeless camp

Two-stage process described at Anita Place Tent City

VIDEO: Maple Ridge tent city lawyers suing province

Pivot Legal says people in Maple Ridge camp have nowhere to go

Maple Ridge backs down from court action to clear camp

Two-day hearing in Supreme Court cancelled

Video: Maple Ridge ‘tent city’ quieter than provincial campground, pastor finds

Members of Open Door Church say Maple Ridge, and beyond, must to address homelessness.

Video: Maple Ridge ‘tent city’ quieter than provincial campground, pastor finds

Members of Open Door Church say Maple Ridge, and beyond, must to address homelessness.

Delay granted for Maple Ridge on tent city

Maple Ridge wants to remove Anita Place Tent City in downtown

Police respond to call of bear chased by remote control car

But neither bear, car nor kids were there when cops showed up

Even if you have no home, you still have to eat

Maple Ridge resident slaves over stove to provide hot food to campers

Pitt Meadows mayor getting tired of threats, accusations

Supports Maple Ridge mayor

Alliance sets up new tent camp in Maple Ridge

Treed property in Maple Ridge planned to be a park

Clark talking tough on timber in Maple Ridge mill

But NDP say Clark slow on issue after U.S. duties suddenly slapped on lumber

Summer Games in Maple Ridge in 2020 and a new Karina Leblanc soccer field

One of four future sites announced on Friday.

Maple Ridge’s slow West Coast train into the future

21 years later, commuter rail service still has five trains.

Cost of payday loans to drop in B.C.

Maximum allowable charge for a payday loan in B.C. will drop from $23 to $17 for every $100 borrowed.

Maple Ridge heading to court over pot shop

Pursuing an injunction in the B.C. Supreme Court to shut down Weeds Glass and Gifts store operation.

Maple Ridge eco development manager seeks Abbotsford seat

Mayor Ernie Daykin doesn’t seek any conflict between day job and council work

Commercial boats ready to chase sockeye in Fraser

This year will be the best since the healthy sockeye run of 2010.