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Seed catalogues reveal trends, interests

It's fascinating how changes in gardening attitudes and milestones in plant breeding are reflected in this year's seed catalogue vegetable offerings.

Get laughs

Getting old is nothing to laugh at and yet laughing at aging can make the inevitable so much easier. Stop by the New Westminster Public Library for a few books and a curative chuckle. In Kick Up Your Heels .
Newcomers enrich 150-year-old church

Newcomers enrich 150-year-old church

City's Presbyterian Church celebrating 150th anniversary

Tips for procrastinators

I think of the Chinese New Year as another crack at New Year's resolutions for those who procrastinate. This includes all of us because after all, we all put something off.

A snapshot in time

Today we ask you to use your imagination as we are going to talk about a photograph. The photo in question, identified as Steveston, B.C., is about five-by-seven inches in size, mounted on a typical backing and marked with the date July 19, 1909.

Local honoured

New Westminster native Chelsea Stamp-Vincent is one of eight recipients of the B.C. Rehab Gert Vorsteher Memorial Award.

River advocate's job is a 'perfect fit'

The idea of Fraser River Discovery Centre was born in 1986 and the society formed in 1989.

Beat winter blahs

I'm certain I can't be the only one who finds themselves looking at the listless strawberries (can fruit be listless?) in the grocery store and longing for spring and summer.

What makes CSAs unique?

Community supported agriculture or community shared agriculture, commonly referred to as CSA, is a program where the farmer and the consumers come together directly, providing local fresh food to the supporters and a level of security that allows the

Planting a dream in the urban soil

Sustainable model of farming brings together growers and consumers