Mike Mostrenko is an emergency room physician who has been working at Royal Columbian Hospital for more than 15 years. The Record caught up with Mostrenko to find out what it's like in the ER.
Loblaws grocery supplier is voluntarily recalling its President's Choice brand of white grape juice because of undeclared sulphites in the drink.
Three men were arrested on the 900 block of 12th Street for possession of marijuana on Thursday afternoon, which is near the medicinal marijuana dispensary, N.I.C.E.
Only $20 worth of cables was stolen from underground lines, but Telus is out $50,000 to restore the wires and the lost service time.
It's an action-packed weekend in the Royal City with a parade, a home tour and entertainment galore among the offerings. We're continuing with our popular feature, The Record's Top Five (or More) Things to Do This Weekend and offer the following suggestions for the May 24 to 26 weekend.
Burnaby's Dino Milacic is hoping to celebrate his 40th birthday with his first race win of the season in June.
Simon Fraser University middle distance runner Helen Crofts was named the West region female track athlete of the year by the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.
Artists are getting a chance to show their wares, demonstrate their skills and build their self-esteem in New Westminster.
A new twist has been added to one of the Royal City's oldest traditions.
Junior long pole Matt MacGrotty helped Bryant University get to a program-first NCAA national Division I field lacrosse championship tournament last week.
Stefan Milosevic led a Hyack Swim Club wave of record-setting efforts at the 39th annual Hyack Festival Youth Cup last weekend.
A fascinating exercise to carry out about a particular piece of property includes finding out what the area surrounding the site was like over time.
On Saturday, May 25, the fun doesn't stop after the Hyack parade. Uptown Live is happening uptown around Sixth Street and Sixth Avenue, and everyone is invited. Enjoy music, food, family activities, and the City of New Westminster Family Fun Zone. City departments, including the New Westminster Public Library, will be there to inform and entertain. You'll find the city's Fun Zone on Belmont Street.
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Re: I'd say the results are good for the province and not good for New Westminster, The Record, May 15.
The great thing about political punditry is the ability to be right and wrong at the same time and get away with it, which is why the pundits who were no better at predicting the outcome of the B.C. election shouldn't be expected to be any better at interpreting the results.
An open letter to the school trustees of New Westminster:
As a city, New Westminster hovers between a sense of reverence for the past and plans for the future.
The march is on to find a cure for cystic fibrosis, a fatal disease of the lungs and digestive system for which there is no cure.