Tracy Holmes

Aaron Bedard is one of the plaintiffs in the Equitas Society’s class-action lawsuit. (File photo)

Court strikes injured veterans’ disability pensions claim

Equitas fight ‘far from over’

Aaron Bedard is one of the plaintiffs in the Equitas Society’s class-action lawsuit. (File photo)
Trudeau mania, Scheer enthusiasm in B.C. this week

Trudeau mania, Scheer enthusiasm in B.C. this week

Prime minister, Conservative leader drop in on Surrey, White Rock

Trudeau mania, Scheer enthusiasm in B.C. this week
Ziyana Moledina has raised $3,000 over the past three years to help build a home for five siblings in Syria whose parents were killed in the war. Two-thirds of that came from a hot chocolate stand on Oct. 31. (Tracy Holmes photo)

B.C. girl raises $3,000 for Syrian children with annual hot-chocolate brew

Sweet fundraiser aims to help sibling quintet

Ziyana Moledina has raised $3,000 over the past three years to help build a home for five siblings in Syria whose parents were killed in the war. Two-thirds of that came from a hot chocolate stand on Oct. 31. (Tracy Holmes photo)
Longtime friends Kate Hunter, Lily Cox and Georgia Springate were recognized by Surrey council Monday for their efforts in August to help two distressed swimmers. (City of Surrey photo)
Longtime friends Kate Hunter, Lily Cox and Georgia Springate were recognized by Surrey council Monday for their efforts in August to help two distressed swimmers. (City of Surrey photo)
Tracy Holmes photo                                Yuriy Makogonsky in front of his restaurant.                                Yuriy Makogonsky, owner of Moby Dick Fish & Chips, in the parking lot across from his Marine Drive business, where he tried to stop an impaired driver from hitting the road. (Tracy Holmes photo)

B.C. restaurateur tries to keep impaired driver from road

Patron could barely stand, says owner of White Rock waterfront eatery

Tracy Holmes photo                                Yuriy Makogonsky in front of his restaurant.                                Yuriy Makogonsky, owner of Moby Dick Fish & Chips, in the parking lot across from his Marine Drive business, where he tried to stop an impaired driver from hitting the road. (Tracy Holmes photo)
New Westminster fire Chief Tim Armstrong salutes during the 9-11 memorial service this morning at Peace Arch Park. (Tracy Holmes photo)

First responders gather at the Peace Arch to remember 9/11’s fallen

New York City tragedy ‘brought out the best in human spirit’

New Westminster fire Chief Tim Armstrong salutes during the 9-11 memorial service this morning at Peace Arch Park. (Tracy Holmes photo)
Longtime friends and avid swimmers Georgia Springate, Kate Hunter and Lily Cox came to the rescue of two people who found themselves in trouble after jumping off the Crescent Beach pier Aug. 19. (Tracy Holmes photo)

Girls, 11, rescue pair in water

Longtime South Surrey friends avert potential tragedies

Longtime friends and avid swimmers Georgia Springate, Kate Hunter and Lily Cox came to the rescue of two people who found themselves in trouble after jumping off the Crescent Beach pier Aug. 19. (Tracy Holmes photo)
Candles and flowers mark a vigil at the site in Barcelona where Rock’s Ian Wilson (shown in inset with his wife Valerie) and 12 others were killed last week.

Daughter of man killed in Barcelona vows terrorists ‘failed’

Fiona Wilson grateful for ‘extraordinary kindness’ shown in wake of last week’s attack in Spain

Candles and flowers mark a vigil at the site in Barcelona where Rock’s Ian Wilson (shown in inset with his wife Valerie) and 12 others were killed last week.
White Rock couple Ian and Valerie Wilson were victims in last Thursday’s terror attack in Barcelona. A fundraiser to help the family recover – Ian was killed; Valerie was injured – has raised more than $12,000 so far. (Contributed photo)

Fundraiser for Barcelona terror-attack B.C. victims’ family raises $12,000 so far

Canadian Ian Moore Wilson was killed in the Aug. 17 attack, which also injured his wife

White Rock couple Ian and Valerie Wilson were victims in last Thursday’s terror attack in Barcelona. A fundraiser to help the family recover – Ian was killed; Valerie was injured – has raised more than $12,000 so far. (Contributed photo)
White Rock’s Ian Moore Wilson, pictured with his wife of 53 years, Valerie, was among victims of last Thursday’s terror attacks in Spain. (Contributed photo)

Death of B.C. man in Barcelona terror attack ‘leaves immense void’

Ian Moore Wilson was with wife of 53 years when van plowed through crowd in Barcelona

White Rock’s Ian Moore Wilson, pictured with his wife of 53 years, Valerie, was among victims of last Thursday’s terror attacks in Spain. (Contributed photo)