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Theresa McManus

Theresa McManus

Theresa McManus is a reporter for the New Westminster Record.

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tmcmanus@newwestrecord.ca

Recent Work by Theresa

You Wear it Well aims to make Grad 2023 memorable for 200+ students

You Wear it Well aims to make Grad 2023 memorable for 200+ students

Can you help? Hair stylists are still needed for Boutique Day 2023
NWPD seeks a 6.51% budget increase – a drop from its earlier request

NWPD seeks a 6.51% budget increase – a drop from its earlier request

The New Westminster Police Department is proposing a $27,850,000 budget in 2023 – down from the $29.6-million budget presented in November
Former “spy” was a beacon of happiness during her 101 years

Former “spy” was a beacon of happiness during her 101 years

Remembering Eileen Glavin: “I just think she really was this beacon of happiness and kindness that was quite infectious.”
Parenting program aims to support New West families

Parenting program aims to support New West families

What's happening Around Town? Tips and support part of parenting program
Queensborough issues on city council’s radar

Queensborough issues on city council’s radar

New West council talks traffic, parks, ditches and buses in Queensborough
Photos: Hyack kicks off ambassador program at President's Tea

Photos: Hyack kicks off ambassador program at President's Tea

These seven young women have a busy year ahead of them as part of the Hyack ambassador leadership program
Who did the Salmonbellies pick up in the 2023 WLA junior draft?

Who did the Salmonbellies pick up in the 2023 WLA junior draft?

Three former Junior A Bellies find a home with the Senior A Salmonbellies
No money for rebranding City of New Westminster in 2023 budget

No money for rebranding City of New Westminster in 2023 budget

Ruby Campbell: “At this point, there is no money allocated in the budget for rebranding.”
PechaKucha New West celebrates a milestone

PechaKucha New West celebrates a milestone

What's happening Around Town? PechaKucha New West turns 10
More paramedics to be trained at Justice Institute of British Columbia

More paramedics to be trained at Justice Institute of British Columbia

BC government says it's "critical" that folks know help is on the way when they call 911.
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