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New Westminster police investigate pepper spraying incident on bus

New Westminster police are looking for a man who's alleged to have pepper sprayed a bus driver and two transit passengers on Sunday night. The incident occurred at approximately 9:46 p.m.

Harbour made the city

One of the most important reasons for the selection of New Westminster as the colonial capital was its harbour potential.

What's on this weekend

Whether you're feeling crafty, sporty or communityminded, there's something to your liking in the city this weekend. We're continuing with our popular feature - our staff's Top 5 (Or More) Things To Do This Weekend.

FORSETH SETS SIGHTS ON PREZ JOB

Former New Westminster MP Paul Forseth is throwing his hat into the provincial political ring in a big way. Forseth announced on Twitter Thursday that he will be running for the party president job for the B.C. Conservatives at its Sept.

Extra bounty is a boon for city food bank

The Plant a Row/Grow a Row program has been enjoying a surge in donations in recent weeks as the warm weather improves growing conditions.
Shelby makes history for the Hyacks

Shelby makes history for the Hyacks

Here's a hint for football players who line up opposite No. 87 on the varsity New Westminster Hyacks football team: Fear the ponytail. No.

Calendar of Events

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 NWSS Hyack Football, Homecoming 2012, Mercer Stadium. Alumni RSVP and more info, 604-525-8081.

Join the Fox run Sunday

The Terry Fox Run is heading downtown in 2012. After being held in Queen's Park for many years, the New Westminster run is relocating to the Quay. This year's run takes place on Sunday, Sept. 16.

Postal code V6A drops in on V3M

The New Westminster Public Library is excited to be participating in the Postal Code Readings. Writers from postal code V6A will visit V3M, New Westminster Public Library's postal code, on Tuesday, Sept. 18 at 7 p.m.

Try some Poetic Justice

Poetic Justice, a poetry reading series with New Westminster Poet Laureate Candice James, continues this month at the Heritage Grill, in the back room. A three-bill afternoon on Sunday, Sept. 16 from 3 to 5 p.m.