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Labour movement sets sights on youth

The revolution will not be televised, but it could be planned on Facebook. Unions are becoming more aware that involving young members in the labour movement means speaking to them on their own level, and that includes using social media.

City resolves water issues at outdoor pool

Moody Park Pool's ongoing clarity issues have now been fixed

'The lesson is you'd better be honest with the voters'

Local politicians respond to HST referendum results

New Westminster's Blockbuster video store to close

New Westminster will likely soon be losing its Blockbuster store as the company's receiver has announced it will shut down its remaining 253 Canadian stores.

Judy Darcy wins provincial NDP nomination for New Westminster

With NDP leader Adrian Dix in attendance at the CAW Hall on 12th Street, Judy Darcy won the nomination to become the NDP candidate for New Westminster in the next provincial election.

Local New Democrats honour Layton

Longtime New Westminster resident Chuck Puchmayr is among the many Canadians who are mourning the death of federal NDP leader Jack Layton. The former city councillor and New Westminster MLA is a longtime New Democrat.

Hells Angels trigger review of festivals

Motorcycle club's participation in 12th Street Music Fest raises concerns

Found: Lost 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.
PHOTOS: Vancouver police launch website targeting Stanley Cup rioters

PHOTOS: Vancouver police launch website targeting Stanley Cup rioters

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.