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Youth show coming

Royal City children will have the opportunity to catch a unique production being put on this summer by the Burnaby Arts Council's summer theatre program.

Elizabeth Fry project on hold for now

New Westminster city council has officially rescinded readings of bylaws that were part of a controversial proposal in Sapperton. The Elizabeth Fry Society had applied to city hall to redevelop 273 and 275 Sherbrooke St.

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New Westminster ready to show its pride

New Westminster ready to show its pride

Ask any number of members of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community what pride is about, and you'll probably get just as many different answers - activism, standing out, fitting in, reflection or celebration.

Pancake breakfast and more in city

1 Get out and support a church that offers all kinds of community services. The Lions Club of New Westminster is holding its annual pancake breakfast on Saturday, July 16 from 9 to 11 a.m. at St. Barnabas Church, 1010 Fifth Ave.

Cemeteries have many stories to tell

Cemetery tours provide an array of far-reaching information about those buried there, possible historical connections in an individual's story, information about the monuments, the evolution of the burial ground's landscape, the overall history of th

Summerfest set for this weekend

Royal City residents are invited to bring their swimsuits and a picnic blanket to Grimston Park for the second annual Summerfest celebration that's taking place this weekend.

Piano prodigy plays in New West church

A young pianist who was given the chance to move to the US to continue his studies will be back in B.C. in August, with a local performance slated for Aug. 20.

NWSS grad writes his own future

In our final in a series of profiles about the Class of 2011, meet Julian Legere

Bridge repairs on track

Southern Railway of B.C. is aiming to resume shipping goods across the crippled rail bridge between Queensborough and the rail yards next to New Westminster Quay by the end of the month.