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Serious COVID-19 infections keep rising across B.C.

Serious COVID-19 infections keep rising across B.C.

Nine more die from COVID-19; hospitalizations highest since May.
Enrolment keeps climbing at New Westminster schools

Enrolment keeps climbing at New Westminster schools

Rapid growth is putting the squeeze on facility space, especially in the central part of the city
Letters: We need to hold Trudeau accountable for real climate action

Letters: We need to hold Trudeau accountable for real climate action

A Just Transition Act needs to put people, not corporations first as Canada transitions away from fossil fuels
B.C. politicos calling for renewed vision of Fraser River estuary management

B.C. politicos calling for renewed vision of Fraser River estuary management

New West councillor among those championing FREMP 2.0
Letter: We need a Just Transition Act to tackle the climate crisis

Letter: We need a Just Transition Act to tackle the climate crisis

Providing good, green jobs and transitioning away from fossil fuels requires serious action now
Letter:  Federal NDP have the power to make change. Now they need to use it.

Letter: Federal NDP have the power to make change. Now they need to use it.

The ball is in the court of Jagmeet Singh and Peter Julian
New Westminster saw 56 new cases of COVID-19 last week

New Westminster saw 56 new cases of COVID-19 last week

That number shows a slight upward trend over the past month, when the city plateaued at between 45 and 50 cases weekly
Hybrid meetings and delegation signup are in - but "outdated terms" are out at New West council meetings

Hybrid meetings and delegation signup are in - but "outdated terms" are out at New West council meetings

Changes coming to New West council meetings, reports
B.C. COVID-19 hospitalizations at new high since May

B.C. COVID-19 hospitalizations at new high since May

Four more pandemic-related deaths bring province's COVID-19 death toll to 2,033
COVID vaccination rates stall in New Westminster

COVID vaccination rates stall in New Westminster

New West remains among B.C.'s leaders, with 86% of the eligible population fully vaccinated. But that number isn't climbing.