Phil Melnychuk

More people signing up for compulsory vaccines

Maple Ridge mom says public tired of hearing about measles

Names keep adding to vaccine petition started by B.C. mom

Maple Ridge mom started campaign to make vaccination a condition of attending school

Maple Ridge mom calls for mandatory measles shots

Petition asks premier to make vaccines a requirement

B.C. residents extradited to India to face charges in ‘honour killing’

Charges stem from 2000 after death of Pitt Meadows student Jassi Sidhu

Cougar chills out on residential B.C. deck

Lounges on patio before being chased off by conservation officers

B.C. pair denied stay of extradition for honour killing in India

Two facing charges in India from 2000

B.C. residents accused in ‘honour killing’ appeal extradition to India

Two face conspiracy to commit murder charge of Pitt Meadows student in 2000

More court before Dutch man charged in Amanda Todd case is extradited here

Appeals must be dealt with in Europe, before charges faced in B.C.

B.C. tent city ‘devastated’ after flash flood

Maple Ridge mayor says that residents shouldn’t have to return to their flooded tents

Cougar kills pregnant goat in B.C. suburb

Conservation officers called late Monday in Maple Ridge

Hot cars stopped for speeding on the way to B.C. racetrack

Lamborghini, McLaren impounded by Ridge Meadows RCMP

B.C. city wants pot banned from ALR

Mayor and council are concerned about conversion from growing food to making marijuana

B.C. lawyer facing two child porn charges

Appears next in provincial court July 24

B.C. naturopath ordered to pay $20,000 over improper injections

Allan Strauss of Maple Ridge also surrendered his licence for four years

Update: Ten-year-old boy shot in Maple Ridge, police seeking witnesses

Boy was found with a gunshot wound Thursday afternoon, condition remains unknown

B.C. ambulance carrying injured cyclist stuck half an hour waiting for train

Regulations say crossings have to be cleared immediately for emergency vehicles

B.C. residents against housing for homeless camp out in protest

Campers want BC Housing to consult on temporary supportive housing

Volunteer pilots, donors gives hope wings

Charity helps people in Canada’s wilderness get to medical help

B.C. prison guard treated after suspected fentanyl exposure

Three haz mat crews on their way to Alouette Correctional Centre

Mom, kitten bobcat visit B.C. backyard

Stopped and said hello Sunday, then disappeared into forest