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Canadian parents among least likely to prevent cyberbullying, survey finds

Canadian parents among least likely to prevent cyberbullying, survey finds

Canadian children are being cyberbullied just as much as youth in other countries. But their parents are lacking in taking preventative measures to lower these numbers, according to a new poll.
This New West show has people wondering: is it art or science?

This New West show has people wondering: is it art or science?

If you thought physics was dry, New Media Gallery’s Indivisible show in New Westminster might change your opinion. A group of four artists have turned cosmic particles and radio waves into interesting artwork. Here's how differently a scientist and an art expert saw it.
Prescription eyewear too expensive for many British Columbians, poll shows

Prescription eyewear too expensive for many British Columbians, poll shows

33 per cent of British Columbians haven't visited the optometrist in the last three years.
Looking for maternity care in New West, Tri-Cities? Check it out

Looking for maternity care in New West, Tri-Cities? Check it out

A new online directory is making the search for maternity care a little easier for New Westminster and Tri-Cities residents.
Pattullo Bridge lane closures postponed from this week

Pattullo Bridge lane closures postponed from this week

Northbound lanes had been set to close on Friday night, but the Government of B.C. is postponing the work.
What to expect at New West’s drag storytime?

What to expect at New West’s drag storytime?

Drag queens Karmella Barr and Beardney Spears will read out from books that explore social issues in a child-friendly way at New Westminster Public Library’s storytime event on Aug. 11.
British Columbians pampering pets with AC, says BC Hydro

British Columbians pampering pets with AC, says BC Hydro

BC Hydro data shows AC use increased by about 50 per cent over the past decade.
Man arrested after charging New Westminster police officer with hatchet

Man arrested after charging New Westminster police officer with hatchet

Charges are being recommended.
Pandemic car-buying spree threatens B.C. climate targets

Pandemic car-buying spree threatens B.C. climate targets

As some cities find a way to avoid a surge in car ownership, they offer lessons for others — and hope that B.C.'s transportation sector can still fight rising greenhouse gas emissions.
'The gap is large': B.C.'s small towns illuminate urban-rural divide in EV infrastructure

'The gap is large': B.C.'s small towns illuminate urban-rural divide in EV infrastructure

There's an infrastructure gap that's slowing down the adoption of electric vehicles across B.C. Here's what three small towns — urban and rural — are doing to close it.