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What did you learn today?

I've written of what my children have come to expect with each ride to school. Since my now 19-year-old son was in preschool, I have asked my kids to complete three essential tasks each day: learn something new, help someone else and have fun.

Project opens in city

Housing facility to be run by local aid society
Royal City 'jewel' returns to life

Royal City 'jewel' returns to life

Spotlight on 'Sapp'

The New Westminster Historical Society is shining the spotlight on Sapperton this month. The society's Nov. 16 presentation will focus on the second part of a presentation about Sapperton.

Douglas College programs moving

Popular programs heading to Coquitlam campus as local campus overflows
A neighbourhood success story

A neighbourhood success story

If the immigrant story is one of sacrifice, persistence and adaptation for a better life, Raul Senties, owner of Ole Ole Mexican Deli on 12th Street, is the embodiment of the immigrant spirit.

Remember our history

A recent conversation about Remembrance Day and the sites of the cenotaph in New Westminster led to a discussion about locations in the city that have direct military connections.

Calendar of Events

-FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11 Codependents Anonymous, Freedom Group, 12-step program for people who want healthier, more functional relationships with themselves and others. 7: 30 p.m. at Royal Columbian Hospital, Sherbrooke Centre at 260 Sherbrooke St.

Keeping your kids safe on the road

There's nothing quite like the words "road trip" to bring back plenty of childhood memories.

Candidate wants to see a 'boutique city'

New Westminster should focus on becoming a boutique city, says mayoral candidate Vance McFadyen. "We have proven we are not a city that supports malls. It has been proven.