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Operation Red Nose returning to Burnaby, New Westminster for 2021 holiday season

Operation Red Nose returning to Burnaby, New Westminster for 2021 holiday season

Campaign will officially launch Nov. 2
Canada Games Pool in New West to remain closed until Oct. 31 – at least

Canada Games Pool in New West to remain closed until Oct. 31 – at least

City playing the “waiting game” for parts needed to make the repairs
New West school board awaiting provincial direction on mandatory vaccination

New West school board awaiting provincial direction on mandatory vaccination

Trustees agree time is of the essence but say acting in advance of B.C. guidance could cause more problems than it solves
Update: One class in isolation at Qayqayt as school COVID cases climb in New Westminster

Update: One class in isolation at Qayqayt as school COVID cases climb in New Westminster

In School District 40, École Qayqayt Elementary School has been the hardest hit by COVID cases so far in 2021/22
B.C. sees falling COVID-19 cases, as 28 die on weekend

B.C. sees falling COVID-19 cases, as 28 die on weekend

New infections on the weekend were down 22% from previous week's daily average.
Jam-packed week of events in New West for Homelessness Action Week

Jam-packed week of events in New West for Homelessness Action Week

Opportunities for folks to get help - and to help others
UPDATE: SkyTrain service resumed for New Westminster, 22nd Street

UPDATE: SkyTrain service resumed for New Westminster, 22nd Street

TransLink says service is now back to normal after a medical emergency at New Westminster station this morning
Opinion: Old-growth logging protests illuminate the change in B.C.'s NDP

Opinion: Old-growth logging protests illuminate the change in B.C.'s NDP

Fairy Creek is no Clayoquot Sound War of the Woods. Here's why.
City of New Westminster and Massey Theatre seal the deal on theatre operations

City of New Westminster and Massey Theatre seal the deal on theatre operations

What's happening at city hall
B.C.'s COVID-19 death toll passes 2,000

B.C.'s COVID-19 death toll passes 2,000

Another five deaths in past day push provincial pandemic death toll to 2,001.