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Extreme heat is about to hit New West. Here's what you need to do.

Extreme heat is about to hit New West. Here's what you need to do.

City of New Westminster has issued an extreme heat advisory, asking residents to stay hydrated, keep cool and check in on elders and others who may be vulnerable
Still need your COVID vaccine? Walk-in neighbourhood clinics offer first doses in New West

Still need your COVID vaccine? Walk-in neighbourhood clinics offer first doses in New West

If you live in New Westminster and you haven’t had your first jab yet, this one’s for you
New West braces for record-smashing heat this weekend

New West braces for record-smashing heat this weekend

June 27 and 28 promise to be back-to-back scorchers of a kind rarely seen in New Westminster history – and not since 1895
New West school district wants $200M for new schools, land and expansion plans

New West school district wants $200M for new schools, land and expansion plans

A middle school expansion, a new middle school, two new elementary schools and an alternate program site are all on the wish list for the New Westminster school board
New West revamps Canada Day 2021

New West revamps Canada Day 2021

July 1 planned as a Day of Reflection in New Westminster.
Survey says: 83% of parents support police liaison officers in New West schools

Survey says: 83% of parents support police liaison officers in New West schools

'What the parent population sees is their voices and concerns not being heard,' says parent rep
New West’s new aquatic and community centre gets Indigenous name meaning “Sea Otter House”

New West’s new aquatic and community centre gets Indigenous name meaning “Sea Otter House”

təməsew̓txʷ Aquatic and Community Centre approved as facility’s new name
Two NWSS grads earn $40,000 Beedie Luminaries scholarships

Two NWSS grads earn $40,000 Beedie Luminaries scholarships

Armen Bagdasarov and Zhaoyu Wang are among 112 winners from around B.C. for the 2021 scholarships
Indigenous Cities project works to counter erasure of history

Indigenous Cities project works to counter erasure of history

Ronnie Dean Harris takes listeners to Sapperton Landing for a recounting of the story of what happened when Indigenous chiefs met with the governor in May of 1864
People You Should Know in New West: Elliott Slinn

People You Should Know in New West: Elliott Slinn

New West poet and musician hopes to inspire people of all ages