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Tillicum Toastmasters, effective communication skills are one key to success and happiness.

On hand for 'best moment of her life'

Jennifer Sutherland is a labour and delivery registered nurse who has been working at Royal Columbian Hospital for the past 13 years. The Record caught up with Sutherland to find out what it's like in the perinatal services department.

Eat, garden, and be merry

A culinary tradition in the Royal City, entertainment options, a gardening workshop and a children's event are among the offerings taking place in New Westminster this weekend.

Group invites families to help celebrate spring in New West

The New Westminster Early and Middle Childhood Development Committee is inviting local families to celebrate spring. The committee is hosting a Celebration of Spring event for families with children one to 12 years of age.

Pink Shirt founder visits city schools

The young man behind the worldwide Pink Shirt Day movement is visiting two New Westminster schools on Friday. Travis Price and his friends organized a high-school protest to wear pink in sympathy with a Grade 9 boy who was being bullied.

Markets shortlist 'ONE Prize' community grants

Donald's Market and River Market have managed to shortlist finalists - from 36 submissions - for this year's ONE Prize, a grant program for community and educational projects.

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Monday, April 22 Codependents Anonymous Freedom Group, a 12-step program for men and women who want healthier more functional relationships with themselves and others. Meets 7:30 p.m., Royal Columbian Hospital, 330 East Columbia St.

Jane's walk could be off and running

Mary Wilson believes the Jane's Walks event has "got legs" and could evolve into something much bigger.

Audiobooks a click away

Admittedly, I am lazy but addicted to reading. Audiobooks are the perfect solution for me; nothing can encourage me to take the time to complete my chores quite like the opportunity to hear what happens next in my latest novel.

Fiction meets fact on historical tour

For more than 40 years, we have been weaving together pieces of information into various forms of presentations, one of these being a tour.