Glenda Luymes, The Vancouver Sun

Glenda Luymes

The Vancouver Sun

British Columbia, Canada

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Recent articles by Glenda:

Delta paves the way for ride-hailing

Mayors' Council on Regional Transportation to consider regional licensing process for ride-hailing companies on Thursday → Read More

Full SkyTrain shutdown planned for Tuesday morning

Unionized SkyTrain workers have issued 72-hour strike notice → Read More

Surrey residents to have a say on belt-tightening budget

The transition from RCMP to a Surrey municipal police force will mean belt-tightening in several areas → Read More

White Rock offers apology to Semiahmoo First Nation for lost artifacts

"The goal was to make amends, to acknowledge the hurts and begin the process of healing" — White Rock Coun. Helen Fathers → Read More

Catholic Archdiocese of Vancouver aware of 36 cases of sexual abuse since 1950s

The numbers were made public - a first for a Catholic diocese in Canada - after the Archdiocese of Vancouver appointed a committee to address what it called "the worldwide crisis" of sexual abuse by priests → Read More

A Hallmark Christmas in Abbotsford

An Abbotsford community where more than 20 Hallmark Christmas movies have been filmed is hosting a Christmas home tour for charity → Read More

Vancouver collects $40 million in empty homes tax revenue

“For those who choose to keep their properties unoccupied, we appreciate their contributions to the funds that are supporting various, much-needed affordable housing initiatives across the city," says Vancouver Mayor Kennedy Stewart. → Read More

'Small is beautiful' farm workshop planned in Langley

The key to success for farmers on small parcels is to build both the farm and the appetite for local food. → Read More

'Why are we being charged so much?' Comparing gas prices across B.C. causes confusion

Residents in Powell River, Squamish and Chilliwack question why pump prices are lower in neighbouring communities → Read More

'Something needs to change': B.C. jail violence alarms outnumbered guards

Correctional officers' union says 124 provincial prison guards were assaulted on the job in B.C. in 2018, including 11 at the women's prison in Maple Ridge → Read More

Growing number of snowshoers targeted at avalanche awareness event

“We’re not trying to scare people from the mountains; we want them to be aware, so they can make good decisions” — AJ Maheu, avalanche forecaster with North Shore Rescue → Read More

Vancouver woman trapped by 100-year-old fallen elm wants city to remove dangerous trees

Jacqueline Fefer is questioning why a possibly rotten elm wasn’t detected by park board staff and replaced with a safer tree → Read More

B.C. farmers support beefed up trespassing laws to deter animal-rights activists

But activist groups say more accountability and transparency are needed to protect livestock. → Read More

Science World event encourages girls to explore, expand ambitions

The goal is to see more women represented in STEAM professions traditionally dominated by men → Read More

Volunteer divers clean up Sasamat Lake

Garbage found on the bottom of Sasamat Lake on Saturday included 220 beer cans, 126 beer bottles, 22 pairs of sunglasses, seven cell phones and a couple swimsuits. → Read More

Abbotsford development touts trails and parks to attract residents

Leaving some land undeveloped has been a good move for developer. → Read More

Conservatives take back Pitt Meadows—Maple Ridge

Two traditionally blue ridings north of the Fraser River returned to the Conservatives on Monday night → Read More

B.C. universities move to ban cash payments for tuition

RCMP officer Peter German said he received reports of students paying cash for tuition and then withdrawing to receive a refund by cheque. → Read More

Society urges kids to 'sponsor a storm drain' to keep plastic from waterways

"We were amazed and horrified at the volume of plastics deposited into our streams" - Stream of Dreams' Krystal Brennan → Read More

Advance polls open over Thanksgiving weekend

Advance polling stations give voters “options,” says Elections Canada → Read More