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Smell the roses

Summertime living: Yann Vachon, holding daughter Veronica, and Vera Dizer enjoy the blooms at Queen's Park recently.

Holidays come early to help food bank event

Moonrakers Neighbourhood Pub has helped put some food on the shelves of the local food bank.

Event includes work from New Westminster students

Diane Moran is hoping some of the kids, parents and teachers she's worked with over the years in creating art in Burnaby and New Westminster will come out for a special exhibit that includes some of their work.

Saying thanks to the Royal City

Westminster House hosts annual community cleanup event on Sept. 10
PHOTOS: Taking the tastebuds for a romp

PHOTOS: Taking the tastebuds for a romp

PHOTOS: The dog days of summer - literally

PHOTOS: The dog days of summer - literally

Going to the dogs in the Royal City

Doggy Fun Day is aiming to provide a day of funfilled activities for dogs and their owners and to raise funds for a group that helps animals in need.

Eva's memory continues in annual event

A lawn bowling tournament held as a tribute to Eva Markvoort raised $60,000 for Cystic Fibrosis Canada.

Read and win with library's summer program

You can still read your way to win. The New Westminster Public Library's summer reading program for adults, A Taste of Reading, has been extended until Aug. 31. The program has been running since July 2.

Capt. William Irving was a force in city history

In 1872, New Westminster was struggling to recover from both the loss of the capital status to Victoria in 1868 and, like many other communities, the decline in the economic benefits of the Fraser River gold rush.
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