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New Westminster marks fifth anniversary of public health emergency

New Westminster marks fifth anniversary of public health emergency

Flags flying at half-mast today
Greater Vancouver Food Bank sees surge in donations amid COVID-19

Greater Vancouver Food Bank sees surge in donations amid COVID-19

The food bank has been distributing over 200,000 pounds more nutritious food each month compared to previous years
New West school trustees vote to abolish police liaison program

New West school trustees vote to abolish police liaison program

New Westminster Police Department's child and youth liaison officers will no longer work in schools after concerns over the impact on BIPOC students and staff. A final vote is coming April 27.
'It will change my life': $1-million lotto win will help this B.C. woman buy her dream home

'It will change my life': $1-million lotto win will help this B.C. woman buy her dream home

“It’s really exciting and I’m very grateful to be a winner,” says B.C.'s newest millionaire
Burnaby-New West residents get access to mobile phone repair service

Burnaby-New West residents get access to mobile phone repair service

The repair service on wheels is offered by Mobile Klinik, Canada’s leading device repair retailer
New West approves pilot project allowing alcohol consumption in six parks

New West approves pilot project allowing alcohol consumption in six parks

People will be able to drink alcohol in designated areas of parks
B.C.'s daily tally of new COVID-19 cases dips to low not seen since April 1

B.C.'s daily tally of new COVID-19 cases dips to low not seen since April 1

Man faces several charges in connection with New West shooting

Man faces several charges in connection with New West shooting

Shooting was targeted but not gang-related
TransLink under fire over service cuts, fare hikes

TransLink under fire over service cuts, fare hikes

Members of Vancouver City council and the Vancouver Parks Board have called on TransLink to rescind a recently approved fare increase and end bus stop cancellations
Metro Vancouver police investigating alleged racist comments aimed at 9-year-old girl

Metro Vancouver police investigating alleged racist comments aimed at 9-year-old girl

The remarks occurred while she was with her family at a grocery store