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Letter: New West noise 'so loud you can't even hear your own TV'

Letter: New West noise 'so loud you can't even hear your own TV'

This letter writer questions why noise level in the Belmont Street area appears to get "worse and worse" each year.
Metro Vancouver sewage plant looks to neutralize acidic oceans, remove CO2

Metro Vancouver sewage plant looks to neutralize acidic oceans, remove CO2

Canadian company looks to dump crushed rock into Burrard Inlet to speed up geologic processes, remove carbon dioxide from ocean
BBB: Need-to-know tips to fly safely on your summer vacation

BBB: Need-to-know tips to fly safely on your summer vacation

Book flights early, pack light and carry a list of emergency contacts are some tips the Better Business Bureau suggests for summer travelers.
Column: B.C. watershed security will require a billion-dollar investment

Column: B.C. watershed security will require a billion-dollar investment

By helping nature heal itself, we can mitigate wildfires, droughts and floods.
Westburnco reservoir site in New West: “I think pickleball.”

Westburnco reservoir site in New West: “I think pickleball.”

New Westminster to renew its license to use Westburnco water reservoir lands in Massey Heights
After 113 years, Royal B.C. Museum hands back chief's seat to coastal First Nation

After 113 years, Royal B.C. Museum hands back chief's seat to coastal First Nation

The massive hand-carved seat was made by Captain Richard Carpenter and was used in potlatch ceremonies before it came into the museum’s possession in 1911.
This roadway on the New West-Coquitlam border is one of the region's most dangerous

This roadway on the New West-Coquitlam border is one of the region's most dangerous

ICBC recorded 277 crashes last year, including 113 with at least one casualty, at or around Brunette Avenue and Highway 1.
Redefining success: Millennial entrepreneurs and work-life balance

Redefining success: Millennial entrepreneurs and work-life balance

Gone are the days when success was defined by staying at one job for decades and steadily climbing the corporate ladder.
Blessing ceremony celebrates restoration of Centennial Totem Pole in New West

Blessing ceremony celebrates restoration of Centennial Totem Pole in New West

Artist restores New Westminster totem pole carved in 1967 by Kwakwaka’wakw artists – including his father.
Police identify 25-year-old victim in targeted Surrey shooting

Police identify 25-year-old victim in targeted Surrey shooting

Police say Jatindeep Singh had no criminal record