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Indigenous artists share creative arts, stories in New West

Indigenous artists share creative arts, stories in New West

The Arts Council of New Westminster continues its Expressions of Reclamation series at Queen's Park next weekend.
Happy 10th Anniversary: A look back at Westminster Pier Park

Happy 10th Anniversary: A look back at Westminster Pier Park

A devastating fire, a toxic blob and a zipline proposal are just some of the ways Pier Park has captured headlines in the past decade
SFU prof sentenced to 30-days' jail for Burnaby TMX tree-sit protest

SFU prof sentenced to 30-days' jail for Burnaby TMX tree-sit protest

A B.C. Supreme Court judge called Dr. Tim Takaro's violation of a court injunction keeping people from Trans Mountain Pipeline worksites 'serious' and said a jail sentence was the only way to deter others from ignoring court orders.
Westminster Pier Park celebrates 10th anniversary on June 17

Westminster Pier Park celebrates 10th anniversary on June 17

“We all sensed we were going to be building something special”
New West to recognize World Elder Abuse Awareness Day on June 15

New West to recognize World Elder Abuse Awareness Day on June 15

BC Seniors Advocate’s report shows "significant" increase in cases of seniors’ abuse and neglect 
New West fire department’s “Dirty Dozen” eager to get to work

New West fire department’s “Dirty Dozen” eager to get to work

Firefighter recruits grateful for “a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity”
Police watchdog launches probe into officers from eight B.C. departments

Police watchdog launches probe into officers from eight B.C. departments

Officers from departments in Abbotsford, Vancouver, New Westminster, Delta, Surrey, Saanich and Victoria, along with Metro Vancouver Transit Police, are being investigated, says the Office of the Police Complaint Commissioner.
Poetry in the Park returns to Queen's Park for 2022

Poetry in the Park returns to Queen's Park for 2022

New Westminster poets and poetry lovers can gather at the bandshell every Wednesday starting July 6.
SFU prof should get 30-days' jail for Burnaby TMX tree-sit protest: Crown

SFU prof should get 30-days' jail for Burnaby TMX tree-sit protest: Crown

Dr. Tim Takaro pleaded guilty to criminal contempt for violating a court order at a Trans Mountain worksite in November but he won't learn his sentence until Wednesday.
Old New Westminster Secondary School demolition set to begin

Old New Westminster Secondary School demolition set to begin

You won't see walls coming down any time soon, though — remediation of hazardous materials could take months.