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New Westminster invites community to Westminster Pier Park official opening

New Westminster invites community to Westminster Pier Park official opening

Spencer students remember

Spencer students remember

Spencer students remember

Transportation Safety Board still working on report into June 2011 New Westminster bridge and barge crash

It's coming up on the first anniversary of a gravel barge running into the Queensborough rail bridge and the final safety report on the incident still isn't ready.

Condos set for Brewery District

Wesgroup Properties is ready to embark on some residential construction at the Brewery District.

Population aging, but adapting

We're getting older and living longer. There were 5,825 people aged 100 years or older in Canada last year, according to recent data from the last census. The number of centenarians increased 25.7 per cent between 2006 and 2011.

Top 5 for city events

We're continuing with our popular feature - our staff's Top 5 (Or More) Things To Do This Weekend. This issue, we have free workshops on managing stress and culture shock, a poker game fundraiser for the Salmonbellies and a charity luncheon.

No winners or losers on Sports Day

Too much fun and not enough game, one parent says

Input to be sought on anti-homophobia policy

The board of education plans to seek public input on an anti-homophobia policy the New Westminster school district is considering.

Justice Institute honours Michael J. Fox

One of Burnaby's favourite sons, actor Michael J. Fox, has earned another prestigious honour. Fox received his honorary degree from the New Westminster-based Justice Institute of British Columbia on May 31.

Spencer won't get second immersion class

Parents, teachers say local school is already overcrowded