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Unifor is opening doors for working people

Workers in Canada are set for a big boost. Two of Canada's largest unions unite this Labour Day weekend to create Unifor, the biggest private sector union in Canadian history.

Culture enthusiasts make city a creative hub

It can be tough to be a writer - it can be solitary, demanding, the kind of life where it's easy to feel unrecognized and unappreciated.

Darcy wants answers on Burnaby Hospital; New Westminster MLA wants information on B.C. gov't's plan for the Burnaby Hospital redevelopment

The Liberal government is stalling on a new Burnaby Hospital, according to the NDP's health critic.
Photos: Mosaic to honour immigrants

Photos: Mosaic to honour immigrants

Photos: Pride to be bigger and better

Photos: Pride to be bigger and better

Measure of a Man comes alive at reading

Local author JJ Lee's stage play, The Measure of a Man, will come to life in a staged reading at the New Westminster Public Library this Friday, June 28 at 7 p.m., presented by Vancouver Asian Canadian Theatre.

New West youth ballet dancing for Disney

Royal City Youth Ballet is sending about 40 dancers to perform at Disney resort

Power of music explored at library

Recently, science has turned its attention to the study of music and how it affects our emotions and our brains.

Mental health fundraiser to honour Simko

It's been one year since well-known local music producer Todd Simko passed away. All his life, Simko loved to play guitar, and he found success as a musician with the band Pure, and later as a producer for several other artists.

Classic thriller to close season

The Vagabond Players are closing their theatre season with a thriller this year.