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Extreme weather shelter opens after cold snap

The Salvation Army has been operating its extreme weather shelter for several days because of the recent cold spell. Capt. Dave Macpherson of the Salvation Army said its been operating the program since Dec. 2.
Preemie born at RCH weighed just two pounds

Preemie born at RCH weighed just two pounds

Photos & Video: Train delivers joy to neighbourhood

Photos & Video: Train delivers joy to neighbourhood

25 New Westminster school district employees made more than $100,000

205 school district employees made more than $75,000 in last fiscal year

New Westminster residents asked to keep emergency department for emergencies

The Fraser Health Authority is reminding residents: the holidays are a busy time in emergency departments and they should be left for just that - emergencies.
Players, Felions drop in

Players, Felions drop in

The Grey Cup made a special visit to New Westminster on Tuesday. The Grey Cup - which was won by the hometown B.C. Lions in a 34-23 victory over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on Nov. 27 - was at the Union Gospel Mission on Dec. 13.

A very small bundle of joy

Baby born at 28 weeks depends on critical care equipment at RCH

Richard McBride students donate $597 to Honour House in New Westminster

Students at Richard McBride Elementary donated $597 to Honour House as part of their annual penny drive fundraising campaign. The donation represents some of the money raised at the school from September 2010 to May 2011.

New Westminster police ask for public's guidance

New Westminster Police Service is reaching out to the public to help set the force's goals and priorities for the coming years.

New Westminster' JIBC president to retire

After serving more than 11 years as president of New Westminster's Justice Institute of B.C., Jack McGee has announced he will retire in the new year.
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