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Photos: New Westminster bids farewell to Queen Elizabeth II

Photos: New Westminster bids farewell to Queen Elizabeth II

Memorial service draws crowds to the lawn at Queen's Park.
New jazz music series premiering at Anvil Theatre in New West

New jazz music series premiering at Anvil Theatre in New West

A Juno-winning jazz musician has joined forces with Piva Modern Italian restaurant to put on new jazz music series – and to perform
Three die of suspected illicit drug toxicity in New West in July

Three die of suspected illicit drug toxicity in New West in July

BC Coroners Service says 15 people are suspected to have died of illicit drug toxicity deaths in New Westminster between January and July
Two New West residents honoured for their bravery by the Governor General of Canada

Two New West residents honoured for their bravery by the Governor General of Canada

New Westminster residents Mark Tuura and Dr. Emilie Stevens share their stories of courage — those that made them deserving of one of Canada’s most prestigious civilian honour, the Decoration for Bravery, this year.
101-year-old New West resident among folks to honour Queen Elizabeth

101-year-old New West resident among folks to honour Queen Elizabeth

A service in honour of the Queen will take place in Queen’s Park on Sunday, Sept. 18
South Asian street food chain Noodlebox will open in New West next month

South Asian street food chain Noodlebox will open in New West next month

Just as the temperatures begin to dip, a new restaurant serving up steaming boxes of wok-cooked noodles comes to New Westminster.
New Westminster hosts day camps for Monday, Sept. 19

New Westminster hosts day camps for Monday, Sept. 19

If you were one of the parents left in the lurch by the closure of schools, check this out.
B.C. needs to get serious about COVID-19 in schools: coalition

B.C. needs to get serious about COVID-19 in schools: coalition

Protect Our Province B.C. is calling on the government to take a "SMART" approach to the 2022/23 school year.
1,000 B.C. kids hospitalized, thousands left with long COVID

1,000 B.C. kids hospitalized, thousands left with long COVID

"If it was something else sending 600 kids to the hospital in eight months, wouldn’t we be worried?"
Election Roundup: All-candidates meetings galore — and more

Election Roundup: All-candidates meetings galore — and more

What's happening with campaign office openings, name changes, and questionnaires for candidates?