New Westminster Record
Chor Leoni welcomes young Metro Vancouver singers for MYVoice
Is there a young tenor, baritone or bass in your house looking for an outlet for choral singing? Young singers interested in being part of a male-voice choir are invited to take part in Chor Leoni’s...
New West’s former fire chief tops in remuneration in 2021
Five city employees received more than $200,000 in pay – including one topping the $300,000 mark
New disclosure rules aim to protect B.C. investors from shady pitches
Promotions of companies with a connection to British Columbia would become more transparent under new rules proposed by the British Columbia Securities Commission (BCSC)
B.C. Ombudsperson urges caution on COVID-19 vaccine passports
New guidance document released
ICBC says different set of rebate cheques mailed out next week
Starting next week, ICBC says it will begin moving forward with issuing millions of Enhanced Care refunds to eligible customers
New Westminster wins Biggest Leap Award for cycling initiatives
HUB Cycling recognizes Streets for People initiative
Smoke from Westminster Pier Park fire called 'highly toxic'
A "devastating fire" is still burning at New Westminster’s award-winning Westminster Pier Park and could be burning for days, according to the local fire department. "This smoke is highly toxic, so...
Daily health checks will be required for all B.C. students in September
Any students or staff members showing COVID-19-like symptoms will be required to stay home
End of an era as longtime New West jewelry store set to close
Cartwright Jewelers is inviting folks to “come by and share a memory and say goodbye” as a local institution prepares to close its doors. While owner Susan Cartwright-Coates has considered it a...
New West condo owners launch petition in response to insurance crisis
Soaring insurance premiums are causing panic among some condo owners. Asifa Lalji, who owns a condo in Anchor Pointe at the Quay, said her strata had been anticipating increases to their insurance...