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BCTF issues Sept. 6 strike notice, New Westminster union head offers reaction

As students get ready to head back to classes next Tuesday, teachers are ramping up the pressure on the provincial government as they try to collectively bargain a new contract. On Wednesday morning, the B.C.

Burnaby Hall of Fame coach passes away

Donald William Berry passed away peacefully in White Rock on Aug. 20. Born in Moose Jaw, Sask. on Dec. 11, 1928, Don was reunited with his beloved, devoted wife, Margaret.

New Westminster resolves water clarity issues at outdoor pool

Swimmers at Moody Park Pool can now enjoy a full day of swimming without taking a break.
PHOTO GALLERY 1: Naturally New Westminster

PHOTO GALLERY 1: Naturally New Westminster

New Westminster's River Market to host downtown Vancouver restaurant

A little bit of Vancouver's Chinatown is coming to the River Market at New Westminster Quay this fall. The owners of Wild Rice Modern Chinese announced last week that they will be opening a second location at the River Market in mid- to late-October.

New plan for Forseth

Former MP Paul Forseth is backing off from TEAM Burnaby's civic slate to seek the provincial Conservative nomination for New Westminster. "My political friends in TEAM Burnaby had invited me to run for city council in Burnaby, and I said I would.

New Westminster uses 'Con Air' to send offender home

New Westminster Police have sent a local man via "Con Air" to Calgary where he has been wanted by police since 2003.
Locals mourn for Layton

Locals mourn for Layton

Book of condolence will be available for signatures until Friday, Sept. 2

Coyote sightings on he rise in Royal City

The Record's readers have been spotting plenty of coyotes in recent weeks as this year's young venture out to find their own territory. "We've been getting lots of phone calls - mainly from the Queen's Park area. That's pretty typical.

New Westminster staff find orange snake

If you're missing a four-foot long orange and white corn snake in New Westminster, the authorities would like a word with you.