Sarah Grochowski

Aldergrove resident Wendy Gould lost her husband George last year in January after he battled cancer, and a superbug he may have contracted from an endoscopy at Vancouver General Hospital. Gould said her “life was ripped away from her,” holding a picture of the two on their wedding day in 2010. (Canadian Press photo)

B.C. widow sues health authority after ‘untreatable’ superbug killed husband

New Public Agency Health report puts Canadian death toll at 5,400 in 2018

Aldergrove resident Wendy Gould lost her husband George last year in January after he battled cancer, and a superbug he may have contracted from an endoscopy at Vancouver General Hospital. Gould said her “life was ripped away from her,” holding a picture of the two on their wedding day in 2010. (Canadian Press photo)
The tank was loaded onto a CN Rail car in Dartmouth, N.S. on Oct. 30 and arrived in Surrey, B.C. on the morning of Nov. 10 – the day before Remembrance Day.

Last remaining Centurion tank from the Korean War makes its journey ‘home’ to B.C.

Tank arrives in B.C. the day before Remembrance Day after a more than 4,500-kilometre transfer

The tank was loaded onto a CN Rail car in Dartmouth, N.S. on Oct. 30 and arrived in Surrey, B.C. on the morning of Nov. 10 – the day before Remembrance Day.
Boy, 12, in critical condition after B.C. hit-and-run

Boy, 12, in critical condition after B.C. hit-and-run

One of two Friday hit-and-runs the driver is believed to be part of, Langley police say

Boy, 12, in critical condition after B.C. hit-and-run
Aldergrove resident Eric Mai Lhot has employed the herd to clear his three-acre hobby farm, which is currently unusable due to years of blackerry bush and vegetation overgrowth. (Sarah Grochowski)

VIDEO: B.C. farm rents out goats to mow lawns

‘These guys get in places that machines can’t’: farm proprietor Sonya Steiner

Aldergrove resident Eric Mai Lhot has employed the herd to clear his three-acre hobby farm, which is currently unusable due to years of blackerry bush and vegetation overgrowth. (Sarah Grochowski)
Mother cow Hermoine and her calf Hagrid, the same age as the one killed, pictured together in their adjacent pen a week after the brutual attack. (Sarah Grochowski photo)

VIDEO: Five-day-old calf stabbed with arrow and stolen, B.C. farmer says

Surveillance footage shows two people stabbing the animal and loading it into an SUV in Langley

Mother cow Hermoine and her calf Hagrid, the same age as the one killed, pictured together in their adjacent pen a week after the brutual attack. (Sarah Grochowski photo)
Two Black Bear cubs were added to the zoo population last year (File)

VIDEO: Bear won’t be euthanized after biting toddler at B.C. zoo

Two-year-old girl flown to hospital after black bear bites her arm at Greater Vancouver Zoo

Two Black Bear cubs were added to the zoo population last year (File)
At least one person was rushed to hospital by Air Ambulance after a deck collapsed during a wedding celebration in Aldergrove on Friday afternoon.

Two in critical condition, several still in hospital after Langley deck collapse

Close relative Satwant Garcha makes daily trips to visit those injured at the wedding

At least one person was rushed to hospital by Air Ambulance after a deck collapsed during a wedding celebration in Aldergrove on Friday afternoon.
Matt Reisig’s condition has now stabilized, according to doctors. (Submitted photo)

B.C. father paralyzed after apparent flu has regained some movement, recovery continues

Matt Reisig has begun to slowly regain movement in parts of his body.

Matt Reisig’s condition has now stabilized, according to doctors. (Submitted photo)
Nerve damage from a rare and crippling disease, guillain-barre syndrome, inhibits Matthew Reisig from being able to carry out motor functions. (Submitted photo)

B.C. father fights for his life after flu turns into paralyzing condition

Reisig has lost all motor skills with the exception of slight head, shoulder and face movements.

Nerve damage from a rare and crippling disease, guillain-barre syndrome, inhibits Matthew Reisig from being able to carry out motor functions. (Submitted photo)