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How to honour troops on November 11

Devoting a few minutes of silence on Remembrance Day can seem like a lifetime when you have meetings to attend, items to check off the "to do" list, and emails to type.

Moscrop makes it to Tier II post season

The Moscrop Panthers made it into the playoffs with a 50-14 win over Eric Hamber in Tier II varsity football last Friday.

VIDEO: New Westminster's Columbia theatre ready for its close-up

It's been 84 years since the curtains first went up at The Columbia theatre and now the New Westminster icon is ready for its debut following a massive renovation.

Student walkout 'not school sanctioned'

Unclear whether 150 students were protesting conditions at aging school building or lack of progress in teachers' bargaining

Tribunal clears police

Woman claimed she was discriminated against on the basis of a mental disability

What's up this weekend?

We're continuing with our popular feature - our staff's Top 5 (Or More) Things To Do This Weekend.

Does historic site need more respectful use?

Site of off-leash dog park is being studied as part of city's reconciliation process with Chinese community

I am the guy to do it ...'

If anyone thinks Wayne Wright has run out of ideas or passion, think again. Wright, who has served as New Westminster's mayor since 2002, is seeking a fourth term in the Nov. 19 civic election.

Shooting victim in stable condition

New Westminster police say the man shot in Halloween night's targeted shooting in Victoria Hill is in stable condition as he remains in a medically induced coma.

Tomatoes, free parking - and other tidbits

Bob Osterman is doing his part for the environment - sign by sign. Osterman has been reusing the same election signs for many years rather than buying new signs. "I am recycling my election signs," he laughed.