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Maritime Museum of B.C. credits Prince Phillip as instrumental in its creation

Maritime Museum of B.C. credits Prince Phillip as instrumental in its creation

New West residents invited to attend grand opening of health contact centre

New West residents invited to attend grand opening of health contact centre

Facility includes a safe consumption site
Watch how this Metro Vancouver company makes respirator masks (VIDEO)

Watch how this Metro Vancouver company makes respirator masks (VIDEO)

They produce over eight million masks a month.
New West school trustees vote to abolish police liaison program

New West school trustees vote to abolish police liaison program

New Westminster Police Department's child and youth liaison officers will no longer work in schools after concerns over the impact on BIPOC students and staff. A final vote is coming April 27.
Anonymous Instagram page exposing alleged sexual predators on Vancouver Island (VIDEO)

Anonymous Instagram page exposing alleged sexual predators on Vancouver Island (VIDEO)

The creator of an anonymous Instagram account hopes to bring justice to sexual assault survivors by providing a safe space for them to share their stories and educate others.
Canada ranked #1 country in the world

Canada ranked #1 country in the world

Joni Mitchell, Avril Lavigne and Drake are mentioned as "just a few" of Canada's influential musicians. 
New West takes action after construction fence falls on mom and daughter

New West takes action after construction fence falls on mom and daughter

Gust of wind blew down fencing on Sixth Avenue
Gardening goodies up for grabs at Plant A Row – Grow a Row drive-thru event

Gardening goodies up for grabs at Plant A Row – Grow a Row drive-thru event

Donations also being accepted at April 25 event
B.C. father with terminal cancer has gift of 'absolutely magical' wedding

B.C. father with terminal cancer has gift of 'absolutely magical' wedding

Josh had stage four stomach cancer diagnosed in May 2018 and was told at the time he likely wouldn’t live until Christmas.
'Dying from shame': North Shore dad advocates for policy change after losing son to B.C.'s opioid crisis

'Dying from shame': North Shore dad advocates for policy change after losing son to B.C.'s opioid crisis

'In his name, and for all the other children we have lost, we need to change our attitude to addiction and mental health in order to save lives, families, and communities.'