One local resident is being recognized for his dedication to the health and well being of the Fraser River and the community.
Re: City says Chief Skugaid has to ship out, The Record, April 12.
The City of New Westminster wants Chief Skugaid to ship out from its berth on the waterfront.
Some local folks are grateful for the generosity of the Elks Club of New Westminster.
New Westminster's waterfront has visibly changed over the years: The Fraser River Discovery Centre, the new riverfront Pier Park, Sapperton's Landing Park - it's a far cry from the barricaded creosote-smelling docks of yesterday. But despite this revitalization, SFU associate professor Peter Hall is investing three years of his professional career to document just how little the waterfront's essence has changed.
The Bring Back Play Funmobile tour is back in action.
David Cobb has moved a "national treasure" to a new home on New Westminster's waterfront but isn't sure it will be greeted with the respect he believes it deserves.
Wednesday, March 6...Travel show at the library, Gaudi's famous architecture in Barcelona is highlighted with the New Westminster Public Library takes an armchair tip to Spain.
Re: Chief Skugaid cut adrift by Larco, The Record, Feb. 22.
This year has already featured news of the 150-year anniversary of The Royal Westminster Regiment and the antecedent groups that make up its history.
Family Day and Valentine's Day are behind us, but that doesn't mean February's fun has come to an end. We're continuing with our popular feature, The Record's Top Five (or More) Things to Do This Weekend:
A marina process that sank a decade ago because of community opposition could potentially resurface.
It's been a long time coming but this Monday, Feb. 11, the province of B.C. will follow in the footsteps of several of its provincial cousins in celebrating a Family Day holiday.
It's time to celebrate British Columbia's first official long weekend in February, when the inaugural Family Day takes place on Monday, Feb. 11. Here are our offerings for the Feb. 8 to 11 long weekend:
River Market is celebrating all things Canadian at its first Great Canadian Winter Festival.
Whether you're interested having a fun night out, getting the kids moving, or learning about volunteer or travel opportunities, we've got some ideas for you. We're continuing with our popular feature, The Record's Top Five (or More) Things to Do this weekend. Here are our staff's suggestions for the Jan. 25 to 27 weekend.
Fraser River Discovery Centre is offering a number of theme days to kick off 2013, following a series of successful kids' events in December.
New Westminster's chief administrative officer has received the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal.
Take a break from the hustle and bustle of the holiday season to reflect, relax and, most of all, have fun with friends and family.