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Sally Ann gets Christmas

For Capt. Dave Macpherson of the New Westminster Salvation Army Citadel, Christmas came late on the afternoon of Dec. 28.

New Westminster Teachers' Union president defends math teacher accused of giving out low grades

The president of the New Westminster Teacher's Union has come out and staunchly defended the math teacher at the centre of a brewing storm.

City man tackles robber

'I took a run at him, and we ended up hitting a pillar'

Keep those sidewalks clear

The City of New Westminster is reminding property owners that ice and snow need to be removed from sidewalks by 10 a.m. of the day after a snowfall.

District will review math teacher's grading

Parents say teacher fails 70 per cent of students

Nurses gearing up for contract talks

Union says concerns around safe staffing levels highlighted by recent "hallway care" incidents

New Westminster teachers' union head offers thoughts on new proposal to end labour dispute

New Westminster Teachers' Union president Grant Osborne calls it a "significant movement on behalf of teachers to try and get a negotiated settlement.

New Westminster school district to spend next two weeks meeting with parents concerned about low grades

Local parents who are concerned with their children's low grades in a Fundamentals of Math 11 class at New Westminster Secondary School will now have the next two weeks to share their concerns with district administrators. According to a Jan.

New Westminster's new chamber executive excited over city's potential

The Record recently had a sit-down with Cori-Lynn Germiquet, new executive director of the New Westminster Chamber of Commerce. Germiquet replaced David Brennan who retired in December after running the chamber for 10 years.

B.C teachers seeking modest pay increase in three-year deal

The province's teachers are willing to settle for a modest pay increase costing approximately $300 million over three years, but that still may not be enough as they try to negotiate a new collective bargaining agreement with the B.C.