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Many local citizens have since been inspired by Scot Magri's determination to restore the Katzie Slough.
Private consultants earlier warned that building the dam up instead of out was dangerous.
We need trustees with the guts to go to the wall for public education, even if it means offending their task masters in Victoria.
Teachers bargaining for a system that produces future scientists, doctors, lawyers
When you watch salmon fry dart through pools you want to perform a good deed.
Closing the stop would have made life harder on truckers.
The Ministry of Transportation has threatened to close the rest stop on Lougheed Highway.
How to “win the battle” against labouring coast moles.
There are 1,400 fewer special education specialists since 2002.
Today, government decisions don’t reflect our will as well as a clap-o-meter.
John Kelly says the Crown Corporation deserved praise for right-of-way clearing practices in the 1980s and 1990s.
Scott Magri’s favorite spot was a quiet, shaded pool at the foot of Hammond Road.
The failure of upper levels of government to take responsibility for streams makes local action imperative.
Funeral services for the Maple Ridge physician were packed, writes columnist Jack Emerberly
“Youth in our Community” celebrates youth contributions, encourages more to help shape a self-reliant town less dependent on fossil fuels.
A weekly column by Jack Emberly, a retired teacher, local author and environmentalist from Maple Ridge.
Moments alone beside a stream also offers enlightenment and peace to anyone who honours the instinct to revere nature
I needed 32 square feet of vapour seal for a wall that was bare for years. I couldn’t buy a small amount.
A column by Jack Emberly published weekly in the Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows News
Safety is an issue when answers are near impossible to come by from those in charge