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Photos: Anvils (eventually) fired to mark Victoria Day in Queen's park

Photos: Anvils (eventually) fired to mark Victoria Day in Queen's park

Changes this year included six new members – including its first three women.
Great Blue Heron returns to the wild after rehabilitation

Great Blue Heron returns to the wild after rehabilitation

Wildlife Rescue calls for public support during busy spring season.
Rainbow Chorus of New Westminster celebrating love and diversity

Rainbow Chorus of New Westminster celebrating love and diversity

True Colours: This New Westminster choir will be singing with Pride at its June 9 concert - and you're invited.
Sweater season: A documentary about the iconic Cowichan knitwear is up for a screen award

Sweater season: A documentary about the iconic Cowichan knitwear is up for a screen award

The Cowichan Sweater: Our Knitted Legacy has been nominated for the Best Documentary Program award at this year’s Canadian Screen Awards
Sunday Night Read: 'Weathered Wings'

Sunday Night Read: 'Weathered Wings'

This short story series submission is from Madison Hackman of Port Coquitlam.
Minter: Beans, beans are good for you — and easy to plant

Minter: Beans, beans are good for you — and easy to plant

Beans are light feeders, so all you need is enriched soil with quality compost and not much else, says master gardener Brian Minter. 
New West residents reminded of the need to stay safe in the sun

New West residents reminded of the need to stay safe in the sun

New Westminster proclaims May as Melanoma and Skin Cancer Awareness Month.
New West resident Mary Trentadue recognized by BC Achievement Foundation

New West resident Mary Trentadue recognized by BC Achievement Foundation

Former New Westminster city councillor’s “legacy” includes advocating for arts and childcare, improving housing policies and supporting local women-owned businesses.
New Douglas College program the first in B.C. to meet kinesiology standards

New Douglas College program the first in B.C. to meet kinesiology standards

The New Westminster post-secondary school says the diploma will align with requirements set by B.C.'s governing body for kinesiologists.
BBB: In the market for a piano? Don't get played by scammers

BBB: In the market for a piano? Don't get played by scammers

Take a second look, don't fall for emotional stories and don't be pressured to pay quickly are some of the Better Business Bureau's tips to avoid big purchase scams.