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A single-family New Westminster home under $1M? Yes, it exists

A single-family New Westminster home under $1M? Yes, it exists

A slower real estate market means prices are coming down in New West — though "affordability" may still be a long way off.
New West crime: What did the statistics show for November and December 2022?

New West crime: What did the statistics show for November and December 2022?

Sexual assaults, thefts and collisions among the incidents that went up in 2022
Attorney wins 2023 January Marie Lapuz Youth Leadership Award

Attorney wins 2023 January Marie Lapuz Youth Leadership Award

The annual awards for LGBTQ+ leadership are named in honour of a New West resident who was killed in 2012.
New West police seeking witnesses to Jan. 17 attempted robbery and assault

New West police seeking witnesses to Jan. 17 attempted robbery and assault

A man in distress poured milk on his face in a convenience store after being assaulted with pepper spray
What's happening this weekend in New West? Our top picks for January 27 to 29

What's happening this weekend in New West? Our top picks for January 27 to 29

Be it guitar, piano or the ancient Persian instrument santur — this weekend brings you the chance to listen to them all
This unique piece of New Westminster history has been sold

This unique piece of New Westminster history has been sold

This cute cottage is one of eight known examples of these Edwardian ready-made homes still standing in New West.
Victim stabbed several times in 'unprovoked' attack in downtown New West

Victim stabbed several times in 'unprovoked' attack in downtown New West

New Westminster police applied tourniquet to victim who was stabbed and robbed near the Shops at New West parkade
Burnaby choreographer earns 2023 OVATION! Award

Burnaby choreographer earns 2023 OVATION! Award

Here's who else from Burnaby and New West was nominated for the annual celebration of Metro Vancouver's musical theatre scene.
Snow way! New West could see some flakes this week

Snow way! New West could see some flakes this week

But it'll be more slush and less Snowmageddon.
Keith Baldrey: Government money can’t solve forest industry woes

Keith Baldrey: Government money can’t solve forest industry woes

Premier announces multimillion-dollar funding for B.C. mills, but shrinking timber supply is main driver of sector’s slide.
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