Lois Jackson was elected in November 1999 to become Delta's second female Mayor replacing the first female mayor Beth Johnson. She was re-elected in a close contest in the 2005 elections to a third term as mayor.
As mayor Lois Jackson opposed a treaty with the Tsawwassen First Nation for fear it would result in Delta losing its agricultural land.
In December 2005 she was elected chair of the Greater Vancouver Regional District board, of which she had been a member for the previous nine years.
Vancouver Coun. Peter Ladner spent the week of the Union of B.C. Municipalities convention lobbying for support to challenge current chairwoman Lois Jackson this December
TOURIST ON A TWO-WHEELER A DETOUR ON A RAINY DIRT ROAD IN VERMONT ONLY ADDS TO THE BEAUTY OF FALL'S SPLENDOR BY BICYCLE BY DARRYL CAMPAGNA STAFF WRITER.(LIFE & LEISURE)
Sep 25, 1997; SALISBURY, Vt. -- A light is on inside the old house, but there's no other sign of life on this quiet piece of property, settled...