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New Westminster police not being investigated for racism

The Office of the Police Complaints Commissioner will not be pursuing an investigation of the New Westminster Police Service on accusations of racism.

College enrolment hits a new high

The number of people signing up for classes at Douglas College in New Westminster is going up and up, as the post-secondary school has hit a new enrolment record for the second year in a row.

Woodlands: The good and the bad

City man reunites with long-lost friend from Woodlands School

City wants to talk more to residents' groups

The City of New Westminster wants to open the lines of communication with the city's 11 residents' associations.

Woodlands: A timeline of change

- The institution opened in May 1878 as the Provincial Asylum for the Insane and housed anyone with a mental illness. Its name was changed to the Public Hospital for the Insane in 1897. - At the turn of the century, its capacity was 310 people.

Four-way race emerges for mayor's seat

Vance McFadyen and Francois Nantel fill the ballot

New Westminster activist chained to door for six days

New Westminster immigrant activist and city council candidate Paul Mulangu is now six days into an outdoor hunger strike to protest closure of the Centre of Integration for African Immigrants.

New Westminster IGA robbed

New Westminster police responded to robbery in Columbia Square Sunday night, but the suspects are still at large. According to Sgt. Gary Weishaar, police responded to the Marketplace IGA around 8:30 p.m. after a report of a robbery in progress.

Lori Watt won't seek re-election as New Westminster school trustee

Three-term New Westminster school trustee Lori Watt announced Friday afternoon that she won't be seeking a fourth term in office. Watt sent a message to The Record from Los Angeles, where was on vacation, with notice of her intentions.
New Westminster decor shop a barometer for changing city

New Westminster decor shop a barometer for changing city

When the industry you work in begins to shrink and move away, you can try to change with it, or follow it wherever it goes, or you can be like Joanne Leblanc and use your industry skills in a new business entirely.
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