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Port Coquitlam teen focuses pandemic anxiety by fundraising 'surrogacy hands' for premature babies

Port Coquitlam teen focuses pandemic anxiety by fundraising 'surrogacy hands' for premature babies

A Port Coquitlam teen is using her passion for painting rocks to bring comfort to premature babies at the NICU at Royal Columbian Hospital, where she herself spent the first three months of her life.
Tens of thousands without power after Tuesday night windstorm

Tens of thousands without power after Tuesday night windstorm

Winds gusting at over 90 km/h knocked out power to residents across the Lower Mainland
Active COVID-19 cases in B.C. keep falling, as new vaccinations slow down

Active COVID-19 cases in B.C. keep falling, as new vaccinations slow down

Only 2,392 new vaccinations have been provided in the past two days, according to the government
Engagement on affordable housing project in New West heads online Jan. 20

Engagement on affordable housing project in New West heads online Jan. 20

City exploring ways it could potentially support the project
Police continue 'aggressive plan' to target Lower Mainland criminals following deadly shootings

Police continue 'aggressive plan' to target Lower Mainland criminals following deadly shootings

Individuals who pose the highest risk because of criminal activity top the list
Next phase of Royal Columbian Hospital redevelopment proceeds in New West

Next phase of Royal Columbian Hospital redevelopment proceeds in New West

Demolition of some hospital buildings underway
UPDATE: New West police seize replica gun during traffic stop

UPDATE: New West police seize replica gun during traffic stop

Can you tell the difference between the replica and the real gun?
More than 1,000 have died from COVID-19 in B.C., including 22 over the weekend

More than 1,000 have died from COVID-19 in B.C., including 22 over the weekend

Number of those actively infected with the virus has fallen to lowest level since November 10
McBride, Howay families invited to offer input on school catchment changes

McBride, Howay families invited to offer input on school catchment changes

New Westminster school district looking at ways to increase enrolment at F.W. Howay and reduce pressure on the growing Richard McBride
New West council rejects homeowner’s tree-cutting request

New West council rejects homeowner’s tree-cutting request

City wants more in-depth assessment done before reconsidering request