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MP fights shark fin soup

New Westminster-Coquitlam MP Fin Donnelly has launched a petition campaign calling on the federal government to ban the import of shark fins to Canada.

Police nab multiple drunk drivers in city

New Westminster police pulled several drunk drivers off the roads Wednesday night, but it didn't have anything to do with increased enforcement. Police nabbed four drivers around the city between 7 p.m. and 4: 30 a.m.

New Westminster's Wild Rice finally open

After months of teasing and speculation, Wild Rice has opened its doors at the River Market. The chic Vancouver restaurant got its second location opened Nov. 19. "Things are going nicely. The weekends are quite busy.

New Westminster school district to begin development of anti-homophobia policy

The New Westminster school district will be taking a pro-active approach to developing an anti-homophobia policy, said school superintendent John Woudzia.

New Westminster lawyer part of Rally in Ribbon & Robes protest against provincial legal aid cuts

Cuts to the legal aid system in B.C. were the focus of four rallies held simultaneously on Wednesday afternoon. At 1 p.m.

New Westminster School District notifies parents to 3 new stranger run-ins

The New Westminster School District is again alerting parents to some recent suspicious run-ins between strangers and students. Al Balanuik, assistant superintendent, sent a letter home to parents on Nov.

New Westminster police nab four DWIs in one night

New Westminster police pulled several drunk drivers off the roads Wednesday night, but it didn't have anything to do with increased enforcement. Police nabbed four drivers around the city between 7 p.m. and 4:30 a.m.

New Westminster police station to be raffled off

Hope you like gingerbread

School marks a century

Herbert Spencer Elementary School is celebrating its 100th birthday, and principal Tracy Fulton wants some help from alumni.

Sold out in minutes

They were put up for sale and gone before the coffee could get cold. Pilothouse Real Estate says it sold all 75 of the units in Tridecca Developments' 258, a 16-storey condo tower on Sixth Street, in record time Saturday.