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Candidates campaign hard as e-day nears

New Westminster Voters Have A Wide Selection Of Choices Saturday

School land exchange gets ministry approval

Planning for three new schools in New Westminster passed a significant milestone this week as Minister of Education George Abbott gave approval to the land exchanges at the former Saint Mary's Hospital and New Westminster Secondary School/Mercer Stad

Get the facts on flu

Learn the facts on influenza to help prevent spread

Flu clinics offer up vaccines in the city

Health experts say some people may not feel impact, but pass virus on to others

Shelter euthanizes three more cats

City working to contain outbreak of infectious virus

New Westminster's Royal City Jewellers celebrity tie auction back

It's not every man (or woman) who can say they're walking around with a piece of Hollywood, sports or music memorabilia on their necks. But your chance has come.

New Westminster man cycling to the Arctic Ocean and back

It's more than 8,000 kilometres from Sapperton to Tuktoyaktuk, N.W.T. and back, but New Westminster resident Brek Boughton and his "Surly Big Dummy" bicycle plan to make the trip in three months.

New Westminster Realtor makes a theatre experience out of pre-sales

Inside the tent flapping in the wind at the corner of Sixth and Welsh streets is an innovative new way to market condo pre-sales that could change the way Realtors sell yet-to-be-built units.

New Westminster Realtors warming the backs of the city's needy

A little warmth goes a long way in the damp winter months, especially for those living on the streets. It's in that spirit that Realtors at Park Georgia Realty and RE/MAX Advantage Realty are joining in the 17th annual Realtors Care Blanket Drive.

Candidates spar over CFIB spending report

Study places New Westminster in the middle of the pack